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... British friend, Annie; Caroline went to Shanti, a hacienda, for the day with Annie and a group of friends. (It is a self-described "oasis on the outskirts of San Miguel" which offers yoga, massage and a nice pool with garden area.) She had a wonderful time on a beautiful day and did not come home until after 6:00 p.m.
Katie had a lot of homework, mainly some journal writing and a project. So, she stayed home and worked for a couple hours while ...
... cake in San Miguel!
After the kids completed their homework and we got them settled, my mom babysat while we went out an early dinner date. We did some shopping for mobile porch lanterns (we love the ones at Hotel Matilda and the Rosewood Hotel). We walked around town like free spirits. We chose Garufa, an Argentinian steakhouse on Canal for dinner. It was a wonderful arrachera steak meal and the company was even better. xoxoxoxo ...
... and new paint. A little beautification!
In addition, we have seen new road work repair. It, however, has been ongoing since our arrival three months ago. Our Guidiana street (our major thoroughfare to school) underwent major repairs for new sewer pipes which lasted at least two months. It was labor intensive work digging and re-digging up that long cobblestone street. It was tedious hard ...
Yes, we wanted our kids (and their friends) to have a real "trick or treat" Halloween experience in San Miguel. It is our first Halloween to be away from home. So, a few days ago, Greg and I planned a party, invited about a dozen families from school (mostly American) and got Francisca and Rodolfo (or Rody, our gardener) on board to help with a comida (late afternoon meal) party. In fact, Roddy volunteered himself saying he was "a bar ...
... who had gone ahead to secure tickets. It was a full tour this Saturday morning! Our tour guide was a young, energetic Mexican who made silly jokes and promised a fact quiz at the end. We enjoyed learning more about the colonial architecture, the founding of many of the churches, the wealthy Canal family who funded the construction of the Church of the Immaculate Conception (and attached convent now Belles Artes), the mayor's office (where Allende made his ...
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