Time to leave San Miguel de Allende. We loved it here, and we’ll definitely keep it dear in our hearts, but it’s time to start a slow descent back to reality.
Wake up in the morning and there are Indians playing drums and dancing in front of your windows. Only in Mexico!
Christians came to convert and safe the indigenous people of Mexico. Now, the ancient civilizations are extinct and their sacred structures are literally topped with Christian temples…
Our Sabbatical would have been much more complicated if I was still blind as a bat. Fortunately, the marvels of today’s medicine liberated me from prescription eye glasses, and allowed my son to climb my head any time of the day!
San Miguel, a World Heritage site, known for it’s beauty and rich cultural life, where trash and dog excrement adorn cobblestones streets.
A few savoir-vivre tips for tourists crazy enough to visit San Miguel de Allende, Mexico or any less civilized country in general.
Finally we understood that our Sabbatical is nothing, but a big mistake. An old friend of mine pointed it out gracefully. He also shared a few reasons to avoid Mexico.
The biggest colonial town in Central Mexico is always sunny and inviting. Despite being very European, it is quintessentially Mexican.
The New Years Eve of our dreams – beach party, Ocean… contaminated sand, storm, floods and tons of garbage.
The first pre-Columbian ruins we’ve visited in Mexico guard secrets of their founders. Some of them, we were about to discover. Against our will…