|The Market at Chichicastenanga||1 | 2|
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|Indigenous Dancing — Local men dress up in scary masks and perform indigenous dances.|
|Indigenous band — Local men performing for the dancers. If you think the outfits are scary, you should have heard the music.|
|Main Square, Chichi Market — Crowd forms around indigenous dancers.|
|Crowd Shot — Crowd extends onto the steps of the cathedral, beside the indigenous dancers.|
|Indigenous Dancers — Another look at the scary masked dancers.|
|Flower Vendors — Flowers for sale on the steps of the town's cathedral.|
|Fruit Vendor — Indigenous girls pause to visit a local vendor selling fruit whole, by the slice, or by the bag of slices (doesn't that seem clean?)|
|Indian Women — Local indigenous women lined up on a street curb, selling their wares (or maybe price-fixing).|