We’ve been hacked! Almost…
Not only the Parents, but the entire Family is now involved in creating this blog. Today, Nadia and Alex explain what is Jugo Verde and how you can prepare one at home.
Agnieszka offers a glimpse of Mexican cuisine. She talks about observed eating habits, food nutritional values and typical dishes.
What would you do if you end up in a strange country, not knowing the language, not having any friends and your child was about to turn seven years old…? We improvised…
I do not really know, but I hear about it all the time. In fact, just this morning at my yoga class I met a couple from Sweden who got here 4 days ago and they already talk about staying. Sounds familiar, I was quite happy to realise that we are normal……or maybe we are…
Finally, a post by Agnieszka, describing our experiences in finding the perfect Mexican school for our kids. In this article she Agnieszka shares her views on the Mexican education system and explains why a bilingual school is really not an option if you’re serious about learning a new language.
It’s not only roses here in San Miguel de Allende. This town has it’s problems and I’m about to disclose all of them (whether I want that or not).
A couple weeks late, but still wort it – a few pictures illustrating the Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos) celebrations in San Miguel de Allende.
The Sabbatical trip is dead, long live the Sabbatical!
We are in Mexico! And despite all the negative press, we love it here!