Casa de Aves
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from San Miguel de Allende
... tomorrow, and this should be checked off soon.
Beautiful colorful birds,
checked, checked, checked.
Scorpions, checked. No
Turtle, Ray almost saw a
turtle, saw tracks from large mom turtle that came to shore to lay her eggs.
Speaking of animals, one
is looking at me and he looks hungry, I best feed him right away.
... br> Also there is a Mexican custom to greet people that you pass on the street, even if you do not know them - with a Buenos Dias, Buenas Tardes, Buenas Noches - depending on the time of the day that it is.. I like this custom of greeting people that you pass on the street, even if you do not know them... It some ways, in Mexico, it is considered disrespectful to ignore the existence or presence of another person.. .
When I am in Ottawa, most or a lot of my life is in and ...
... white and red for school today.
We capped off the day with dinner at Los Faroles, Caroline's favorite arrachera steak place located next to the Instituto Allende. There is never anyone there... and it's a bit pricey. We wanted Grandmommy to meet Nacho, the owner, and have the ambience of open air dining. Katie, Caroline and Thomas played on the Costco swing set for a long time. Thomas had Logan in tow.. he had been on a play date with him and met us at the restaurant.
... Following dinner, Javier picked us up and we made arrangements for Sunday morning to go to Saint Pabalo's Church.
September 8, 2013
Javier picked us up in the morning to go to St. Paul's Church. He brought his wife along and his grandson, by his elder daughter "Javier". Obviously, he was quite proud of his grandson who had the deepest bright brown eyes and was very curious about the gringo's getting in the ...
... had signups for after school activities. Katie and Caroline will be taking tennis at school (the court is attached to the school) twice a week. Thomas is taking cross training, a class to improve psychomotor skills... not quite sure about this one! The school also offers: culinary club, garden club, life coaching, dessert making, rock climbing, origami, canine club, spanish, italian, and survival club. It is a much more diverse selection than we have ...