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Travel Blogs from San Miguel de Allende
... Viva La MexicoAdios
Mis Amigos y Compaņeros.
Senor Mexico Dave
There are billions of people in the world
that are living in extreme poverty...
FOR WHERE YOU WERE BORN,
FOR WHERE YOU ARE,
FOR WHO YOU ARE,
FOR WHAT YOU ARE,AND
FOR WHAT YOU HAVE....
FOR WE ARE THE FORTUNATE ONES....
... direction to his band in the parade by a very dramatic twirling of his trumpet, he could really twirl that trumpet..
Music can have a very dramatic and real effect on people - when some of the marching bands are going by, with the heavy beating of the drums, I actually feel like marching to the beat..
There are some things that you can only feel and experience in smaller cities and towns,
that you can never feel and experience ...
... service in San Miguel is very good. - but some people complain about the buses - I am not sure what they are complaining about - maybe it is because the buses are not well maintained and are quite shabby - but this is something that does not concern or bother me..
Now that I think about it, I think that I am usually the only Gringo on the bus - I am usually pretty oblivious to the other people on the bus because I am looking out the window to see where ...
... overweight at the Lyon, Mexico airport. She had to purchase an extra carryon bag to avoid paying the fee!
We kept ourselves busy today.. we have no more visitors until Greg returns in about three weeks. Stacy picked the kids and me up early Saturday morning.,, 8:30 a.m. Thomas and Maddie's classmate, Cecilia, had a dressage show at the San Miguel Pony Club (Rancho Los Animas) this morning. After an Italian Coffee Company pit stop, we drove ...
Late dinner.. we ended up at Tio Lucas, a steakhouse on Mesones, as Andrew had heard it was a great Mexican joint. Well.. it was fantastic, but no Mexican food here! Andrew was a bit surprised, but it was a delicious meal of steak. This great evening only improved by meeting Max, son of the restaurant's owner, who talked to us for awhile. He was incredibly generous with the mescal even though claiming to be a Scotch drinker himself.