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Ignored by visitors, this colorful city is the largest Maya city in this country with a majority of its inhabitants being Kaqchikel Maya or K'iche May. Colorfully dressed, the mean are in woolen aprons over cowboy shirts and embroidered pants, while the women wear red based striped clothes. Morning mass on Sunday is a beautiful sight as visitors can see the Cofrades or the elders of the Maya religious communities, walk in their grand ceremonial attire through the streets. The weather is cold and the currency used is the Guatemalan Quetzal.
This has been a trader's ground for many centuries. A colorful day as Maya women in hand woven skirts and embroidered huipiles descend in the plaza near the cathedral. The market is outdoors as well, depending on the availability of space, it is common to see traders spread their vegetables out on the footpaths. Inside the market, women are making tortillas, there are big balls of moist corn dough that are kept ready for cooking on the grill. White, yellow or blue corn tortillas are served with masa.
A bustling market, it will be difficult to move around and tourists are not common here. Admire the handwoven baskets, vegetables, meat, colorful drinks packed in plastic bags and the traditional hand embroidered material. The cortes or refagos are hand woven materials that are sold in meters. Women use this material for their traditional dresses, beautiful handiwork! A myriad of of patterns, colors and styles as each village has its own color scheme and design, this was created by the Spanish colonists to distinguish each village.
Lake Atitlan is a natural wonder with azure waters set against the phenomenal volcanoes of Toliman, San Pedro and Atitlan that tower on the south of this lake. These volcanic peaks are rich in pine and wide leaf forests, offering shelter to fauna and flora.
Lake Atitlan is located in a crater and owes its existence to volcanic activity millions of years ago. It is 26 kilometers long and 18 kilometers wide with a depth of meters. The villages around the lake are charming and they can be visited on boat from Panajachel, take a tour of these villages and admire the gayly dressed folks of the village with the men also wearing traditional clothes in bright colors.