Sir Edward James filled this garden with concrete sculptures and turned a piece of subtropical Mexican jungle into a surrealistic gallery.
First of all, we’re all safe and sound. Last few days have been challenging, but we’ve survived. Today, directly from a beautiful town of Puebla, I’d like to wish you all that your dreams come true in this New (and definitely not last) Year of 2012…! And by popular demand…
Christmas Holidays in Mexican schools started this year on December 17th and will last untli January 9th, 2012. That Friday was a last day with backpacks and books. What followed, was a Christmas show the next week and now we’re enjoying a time off school. Trying to make the best out of such long break,…
The Sabbatical finally explained in numbers.
From the heart of Mexico, to all our loyal readers – Feliz Navidad! We want to wish you a Merry Christmas!
Alex, our youngest scamp presents an instructional video for all his fellow misfits in the World. In this short video, he’ll explain, how to prepare a ‘delicioso’ lemonade.
Short on cash this Christmas? Are you conscious about our environment? Here’s a simple Christmas Tree project you can do with your kids.
Fireworks and great music, a true feast for the senses. Fernando de la Mora gave a great concert in park Allende.
Our “Family Philosophy” explained. As of a week ago, I didn’t know that we had one, today I list all (or most) of it’s rules.
Is a cold autumn day possible in San Miguel de Allende? Apparently so. We were exposed to one recently. The one of five every year, when you wish there was some sort of heating here. To warm up, we went to a rodeo – Mexican style!