This project brought our team to Guatemala during a very important time of the year, Semana Santa (Holy Week). In the United States where Holy Week celebrations usually means family visits to a church and an Easter Egg Hunt, in Guatemala, and several other Latin American nations, people also spend their time in the streets during passionate processions during Viernes Santo (Good Friday) and colorful celebrations during Pascua (Easter Sunday). This week commemorates the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus and gave us a chance to experience the holiday and the traditions associated with it in various locations such as Antigua, Chichicastenango, Panajachel and other communities around Lake Atitlan. From the crowded yet solemn processions and ceremonies to the crowded markets filled with interactions between tourists and locals, we were immersed in one of the busiest holidays in Guatemala. Guatemala was surely a place of color. From the colors of the intricate alfombras (carpets) made from sawdust and flowers that decorate the streets for Good Friday processions, to the colors of huipiles (traditional blouse), colorful textiles in tiendas (shops), and various walls and houses, we found that color and vibrance was an important part of Guatemalan culture too.