The town of Nebaj in Guatemala's central highlands doesn't get a lot of tourists. This map on a wall was the closest thing to a tourist office brochure, so we took a picture of it and carried that around.
Melissa dressed by market vendors in the traditional women's clothing of Nebaj
White embroidery on striped fabric is characteristic of Nebaj
A fountain and purple jacaranda trees in the center of Nebaj
This plaque marks the "palace of the Captain Generals [viceroys] of the King of Guatemala [Spain?] for 231 years this city was the metropolis of Central America." We're not sure what history this refers to, but it sounds impressive.