Some people are better suited for the traveling life. Seems as they take it seriously. In comparison, we fly by the seat of our pants…
The Holy Week preceding Easter Sunday is one of the most festive times in Mexico. Semana Santa draws crowds to the beaches.
We have left San Miguel de Allende, but that’s not the end of the road yet. Actually, very, very far from it!
To say goodbye to beautiful SMA I present a gallery of the colorful doors that I found wondering around town.
Spring has arrived in San Miguel de Allende and the town blossomed.
After visiting one of the biggest pyramids of the Ancient World, we weren’t expecting to be impressed with something more spectacular that same day. As usual we were wrong, very wrong…
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…
Caution: This article is only for people with nerves of steel and serious appetites! Agnieszka shares the intimate details of Mexican cuisine specialties.