Probably Panajachel’s largest paca. Downstairs are shoes and a large selection of dishes, glassware, cookware, and other household items. Upstairs are clothing and baby items such as strollers. You will also find toys, bicycles, and other sporting goods.
This is my go-to paca for anything related to housewares. They have a TON of dishes and utensils and other kitchen knick-knacks. I’ve found really nice baking pans here.
They used to have a better selection of clothes, but I find their selection pretty lacking since they moved it upstairs. Also upstairs are toys, electronics, blankets, and sheets.
Occasionally, they have larger pieces of furniture for sale out on the front step, like armchairs, office chairs, and night stands, plus bicycles.
They have a giant assortment of shoes.
I needed some fancy serving dishes for a project. This paca had a better selection than I could have imagined. I’ve purchased plates, glasses, a clock, and an almost new coffee grinder here too. If something needs batteries, be sure to have them test it before you buy!
I also bought a new pair of Sketchers shoes here… a real find in a country where my size is hard to find.
Variety of grocery products, including some health and natural foods. Good selection of wine and liquor. Cleaning products, pet supplies, kitchen tools and some small appliances.
Open until 7pm Mon-Sat, and until 1pm on Sunday.
We have been serving great coffee to locals and visitors in Panajachel, Guatemala since 2000. We source all of our coffee beans from local farms in Guatemala and roast weekly in-house. Stop by for a cup of coffee, homemade pastry, and a great conversation.
9am-1pm; 3pm-7pm. Closed Sun-Mon
Bernard Vine offers many services, including internet access, fax, printing, shipping, and export. He has a small bookstore with new and used books. He is also a British Consular Agent.
Looking for small plastic items, bottle brushes, toothpicks, cheap kitchen tools, reading glasses, sunglasses, hair accessories, keychains, nail polish, cheap jewelry, underwear, school supplies, or other wonders of cheap Chinese production? Look no further.
Located about a block and a half down from the Pana market.