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Sightseeing in Guatemala Alta Verapaz Some of the rivers in this department are navigable. Most have spectacular waterfalls. Among them are the Cahabón, which is great for white water rafting, Polochic, Sebol and Chajmaic. The most accessible waterfalls are Sepemech, near the town... Intercountry Adoption
The number of orphan visas issued for intercountry adoptions is tracked by the Immigration and Naturalization Service, Demographic Statistics Branch, Statistics Division. For more information on intercountry adoptions, visit the U.S. State Department's Web site, at http://travel.state.gov. For... The Story of Happiness and Celebration
Poor mothers sometimes left their babies in the fields hoping they would be picked up and cared for. The police gathered the babies and took them to hospitals and orphanages. It was called the "Baby Walk." The police walked around fields of the ghetto where their birth mothers lived every... Adoption Agencies and Facilitators - A
A US-based, many serve clients around the world. This listing does not constitute a recommendation, and all are encouraged to read How to Select an Adoption Agency . A Child's Waiting Private child placement agency with headquarters in Akron, OH. Works with families across the nation in...
"Guatemala" in the News
US joins Mexico, Guatemala to fight drugs, human trafficking
Security officials from Mexico, the United States and Guatemala agreed to create the Trinational Security Desk to fight people trafficking, arms smuggling, drug trafficking and other crimes in a coordinated manner at their borders, the Mexican National Security Commission said. US, Mexico, Guatemala form anti-crime alliance
The governments of the United States, Mexico and Guatemala formed a special body to fight drug trafficking and organized crime. The Trilateral Security Desk evaluates intelligence and border risks to combat human trafficking and the smuggling of illegal weapons and drugs in the region, Guatemalan... Seen from Space: Guatemala's Pacaya Volcano Pops
A bevy of satellites have caught a bird's-eye view of Guatemala's Pacaya volcano since the peak popped its top on March 2. Pacaya watchers have posted images of ash plumes and glowing lava on their blogs, all from the watchful sensors of four NASA satellites, including Landsat 7 and Landsat... Guatemala's Pacaya Erupts
Guatemala's Pacaya is erupting, producing a fountain of fire and an ash plume that topped out at 10,000 feet.
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"Guatemala" in the Adoption Blogs
Fill 'Er Up
March 5, 2012, 9:11 am
According to my brother, the Peace Corps got it right when they said it was “the toughest job you’ll ever love.” But, I think the phrase could equally apply to motherhood.
As an adoptive parent, I never experienced pregnancy and all the fun, pain, and wonder that comes along with it. ... The Questions People Ask: Question # 2
September 19, 2013, 6:48 am
In a recent post, I wrote about practicing answers to questions that people will ask about an adopted child. I'm always surprised at the questions that people will ask in front of my child. This series of posts is my attempt to give people creating a family through adoption the chance to think... Happy Mother's Day to All the Mothers In My Life
May 13, 2012, 7:33 am
Back in the 1990’s I spent some time in Guatemala. Completely surrounded by a foreign culture and a foreign language (both of which became second nature to me while I was living there a while), I was a long way away from home and away from that wonderful lady who gave birth to me and raised me-...
"Guatemala" in the Adoption Forums
Travel Question for the Community
January 7, 2014, 8:22 am
Good morning and thank you in advance for your responses.
Our son is now 9 years old and has asked us several times to visit his birth country. With all of the press and stories around Guatemala adoptions, we have been reluctant to take him back since his US passport says very clearly he was...
Young & Single- ready to adopt!
January 14, 2014, 9:53 pm
I feel tears in my eyes as I type this- because I can't believe this chapter in life is finally here. I remember being 14 years old and sitting in the library of my high school during study hall- reading everything I could on every adoption website. (Frua.org I think was my favorite back in the...
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The Story of Happiness and Celebration
Poor mothers sometimes left their babies in the fields hoping they would be picked up and cared for. The police gathered the babies and took them to hospitals and orphanages. It was called the... The Greatest Gift: The Story Continues
From a recent phone call to the director of the agency who helped place our son, I gained meaningful insights into the life of a very special person who was touched by adoption. It began with my...
"Guatemala" on Adoption.com
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Guatemala, 22 Departments and More - World News
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Mexico City to Guatemala - 22 days go guide
Mexico City to Guatemala - 22 daysgo guide don't leave home without it A World Of Discovery Mexico City to Guatemala - 22 days updated on 14-01-2014
Guatemala City - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Guatemala City is subdivided into 22 zones designed by the urban engineering of Raúl Aguilar Batres, each one with its own streets and avenues, making it pretty easy to find addresses in the city.