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Street Food in Guatemala - Compilation of Antigua Street Foods

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Street Food in Guatemala - Compilation of Antigua Street Foods

Street foods filmed at Parque la Merced in Antigua in Guatemala. A good street food market consists of two things: great street food and friendly people. This guatemaltecan food market has both.

Street Food in Guatemala Compilation of Antigua Street Foods

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AMAZING Guatemalan STREET FOOD + Antigua Walking Tour | Antigua, Guatemala

On my third day in Guatemala in partnership with the Real Intercontinental Guatemala we explored Antigua's main attractions and we ate some amazing Guatemalan street food!

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We started our exploration of Antigua by walking through the historical center of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Antigua. We first saw La Carmen Convent ruins, then we went to La Perla to have a quick espresso and then we visited La Merced Church.

From there we made our way across the city and stopped at Santa Catalina Arch which is the icon of Antigua. It's a a 15 century arch built to help the nuns cross from the convent to a school. Next up we saw the Antigua Cathedral ruins. It was destroyed during an earthquake in the year 1773.

We then made a quick stop at La Casa del Ron and tried some amazing Zacapa rums. We tried Zacapa 23, Zacapa Negro and we tried a Colonial rum which is an artisan rum made by the Zacapa brand.

To end the night we headed to the public laundry square and there, there is a lady selling amazing Guatemalan street food. I tried four different things:
-Chuchitos
-Alot del Elote
-Rellenitos de Platano
-Tostada de Ensalada de Pollo

Each thing was amazing and I highly recommend visiting that lady when you head to Antigua. She gets there around 5:30pm.

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AUTHENTIC Guatemalan STREET FOOD + Attractions | Guatemala City, Guatemala

On my fifth day in Guatemala in partnership with the Real Intercontinental Guatemala we explored Guatemala City and tried some of the most authentic Guatemalan street food!

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Today we head out on a Guatemala City tour where we visit all the top attractions and we eat really authentic Guatemalan street food that you can only dream of.

Our first stop is the Guatemalan Typography Map where you can see what the country looks like with mountains, volcanoes and low lands. Next we head to Zone 1 (the historical center) and visit the central park. There we tried some fresh goat milk, saw the national palace, metropolitan cathedral and then head over the central market.

The central market is the biggest artisan market in Guatemala. We did a little shopping and then went to the lower level and ate some authentic Guatemalan street food. Here is a list of everything I tried:
-Pork Rind Taco
-Blood Sausage Taco
-Alot de Etole
-Tosta de Tomate
-Carrot Juice
-Chille Relleno Taco

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Strange Guatemalan street food in Xela, Guatemala

Tons of street food vendors in Xela, Guatemala.
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Strange Guatemalan street food in Xela, Guatemala

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So far, Our Team had the chance to eat and film street food and local cuisine in China, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand. Eating the same food as local Chinese, Malaysian, or Thai people has showed us that it's best to travel almost solely for the food! Our dream is to keep eating and traveling the world forever, a non-stop adventure! we love eating street foods and culinary treats while learning about new cultures!

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Cheap, yummy Guatemalan food in Antigua, Guatemala

Enjoying a delicious smoothie and lunch at Restaurante Delicias Chapinas in Antigua, Guatemala...Now I know: sopa means soup!
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Cheap, yummy Guatemalan food in Antigua, Guatemala

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Street Food in Cuba - Havana Street Food Compilation

Street Food in Cuba filmed in various parts of Havana. Most of the authentic local street foods can be found around Parque el Curita with and the nearby streets Galiano and Simon Bolivar. Street Food prices start at 5 Pesos (20 US Cents), a coffee will cost you 1 Peso (4 US Cents).

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Street Food in Los Angeles - USA

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Spectacular Guatemalan breakfast at Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

An amazing breakfast for $4 at Garden Restaurant in San Pedro, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala.
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Gabriel Morris is a world traveler and travel writer who has been adventuring around the world off and on since his first trip to Europe in the summer of 1990. He is author of Following My Thumb, a collection of 26 exciting and hilarious autobiographical travel stories from his worldly wanderings during the 1990s; and of several other books. Visit for lots more info about his travel writing, photography, videos, budget travel tips and much more.

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Spectacular Guatemalan breakfast at Lake Atitlan, Guatemala
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Street Food in Mexico - 4 iconic Mexican Street Foods

Street Food 1: This serves as a whole meal, filmed at Templo de Santo Domingo in Oaxaca. Street Food 2: Best goat soup I had in Mexico, a Mexican guy beside me said it's especially good after a hangover, filmed in the market hall in Tlacolula. Street Food 3: Something like the Mexican national street food, filmed at Abastos Market in Oaxaca. Street Food 4: Not so well known, great taste and high in energy, filmed at Abastos Market in Oaxaca.
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Traditional and Gourmet MAYA GUATEMALAN FOOD at Real Intercontinental | Guatemala City, Guatemala

It's been 6 years since I last visited Guatemala and this time I have partnered up with the Real Intercontinental Guatemala to show you some of the must visit spots in Guatemala!

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On the first day in Guatemala we stayed the entire day at the hotel and ate traditional and gourmet maya Guatemalan food! To start we visited the Market restaurant there we tried Kak Ik soup and we also tried a flank steak with white cheese and black bean mash.

I hit up the spa for an amazing Cacao massage which was amazing! It felt like I was being covered with Nutella and then cooked! Such a great experience which I highly recommend!

For dinner we visited their Picasso restaurant and the chef prepared for us a food and drink pairing. These dishes were more gourmet maya Guatemalan food. My favorite was the tuna with avocado with smoke! It was unreal!

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Guatemala/Colorful beautiful Chichicastenango Market Part 10

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Chichicastenango Market:
Market days on Thursdays and Sundays
From Panajachel 1,5 hours,From Antigua 2,5 hours to Chichi Market
Chichicastenango, also known as Santo Tomás Chichicastenango, is a town in the El Quiché department of Guatemala, known for its traditional K'iche' Maya culture. The Spanish conquistadors gave the town its name from the Nahuatl name used by their soldiers from Tlaxcala: Tzitzicaztenanco, or City of Nettles. Its original name was Chaviar.Chichicastenango serves as the municipal seat for the surrounding municipality of the same name.
Chichicastenango is a large indigenous town, lying on the crests of mountaintops at an altitude of 1,965 m (6,447 ft). It is located about 140 km (87 mi) northwest of Guatemala City.
Chichicastenango is well known for its famous market days on Thursdays and Sundays where vendors sell handicrafts, food, flowers, pottery, wooden boxes, condiments, medicinal plants, candles, pom and copal (traditional incense), cal (lime stones for preparing tortillas), grindstones, pigs and chickens, machetes, and other tools. In the central part of the market plaza are small eateries (comedores).
Among the items sold are textiles, particularly the women's blouses. The manufacture of masks, used by dancers in traditional dances, such as the Dance of the Conquest, have also made this city well known for woodcarving.
Church of Santo Tomás:
Next to the market is the 400-year old church of Santo Tomás. It is built atop a Pre-Columbian temple platform, and the steps originally leading to a temple of the pre-Hispanic Maya civilization remain venerated. K'iche' Maya priests still use the church for their rituals, burning incense and candles. In special cases, they burn a chicken for the gods. Each of the 18 stairs that lead up to the church stands for one month of the Maya calendar year. Another key element of Chichicastenango is the Cofradia of Pascual Abaj, which is an ancient carved stone venerated nearby and the Maya priests perform several rituals there. Writing on the stone records the doings of a king named Tohil (Fate).The Chichicastenango Regional Museum lies in its grounds.Wikipedia

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How to Eat Street Food Safely While Traveling
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By [ S. Rosen

Tasting the local cuisine of a city is absolutely essential to understanding that city's identity, past and present. In most cities, you will find restaurants that offer some typical foods, though if they're aimed at tourists you can expect to find higher-than-normal prices and watered-down flavors.

The street is where a city's history collides with the modern day, where old traditions exist alongside such newfangled developments as designer stores and fast-food places. It's where the poor mingle with the well-off over a light lunch, where tourists can interact with locals of all stripes--and often score the best food at dirt-cheap prices.

Meaningful, delicious, authentic street eats are not only found in big foreign cities with famous food cultures, like Bangkok and Mexico City: Even in a city like New York, the simple act of buying a hot dog on the street links you with a century's worth of New Yorkers who have done the same.

1. Check that your vaccinations are up-to-date before traveling, especially to developing countries. Hepatitis A, for example, can be transmitted through contaminated food or water; the full vaccine (two shots) protects you for at least 10 years.

2. Never drink the tap water, including ice. In some countries, even your average tourist restaurant may not be filtering water to make ice, so always ask, or play it safe and avoid ice altogether. If you can, bring your own water bottle from home, as many hotels offer filtered water for fill-ups--that way you'll save money and decrease plastic waste.

3. Choose established venues, or eat where lots of locals are eating--and try to visit during peak times of the day. Use websites, guidebooks, and blogs to research what street vendors have been around for a long time are consistently visited by non-locals without issue and are generally popular.

4. Avoid raw, unpeeled fruits and vegetables. If it has a thick skin, however--like bananas, mangoes, cucumbers or if you can wash it off with your own filtered water (say, an apple), it's fine to eat. You can do without cold salads on your trip, but don't forgo all healthy fruits and veggies--you may end up upsetting your stomach if you limit yourself to meats and carbs! And remember: Cooked vegetables are generally just fine. Strive for a somewhat balanced diet.

5. Always wash your hands before eating. The importance of this cannot be understated. On the street you likely won't find a sink and soap, so always carry antibacterial hand gel with you.

6. Be prepared. Take care to travel with a good first-aid kit that includes, among other items, oral rehydration salts, antacids, and antidiarrheals.

The most memorable and delicious travel experiences often come at the hand of a street-food vendor. Don't let fear prevent you from digging in--the responsible way.

Laura S. Rosen is the co-founder/head writer of Eat Your World, a [ food and travel website dedicated to the regional cuisine of different cities around the world. From New York to New Delhi, EYW tells you what to eat and where to find it, including the best street food. Before your next trip, visit [ so you don't miss out.

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