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Travel Blogs from San Miguel de Allende
... of local cheese, mostly made with goat milk's. There are at least 4 little cheese stores on Calle Zacateros, just around the corner, as well as 2 goat cheese makers at the Saturday Organic Market with an irrisistible array of cheeses from Brie, Camembert to a creamy, yogurt-like concoction that is great with olive oil and balsamic drizzled over it. The Saturday market also offers wonderful honey and ...
I know I'm past due for a blog entry, but will write soon. In the mean time, why not check out Max's blog, Max and Maria-Lynn are Traveling
with Ray Lydia, Cathie and I.
Check it out.
I have added it as a favourite, or you can check it out here.
it has character and it is a little bit kinky...
- a little bit like San Miguel,
but not the same....
I am not interested in their services..
I might be interested in being their pimp
if I did not have to beat-up on people,
I do not like beating-up people...
And they are mixed up in and messed up with drugs,
which I do not want any part of and am not interested in...
I have not seen any hookers in San Miguel, but I know ...
... back in San Miguel, Mexico and loving it..
San Miguel has grown on me,
I have fallen in love with San Miguel,
and I have come to love San Miguel.
My life here in San Miguel seems to be simpler and less complicated for me
than my life seems to be in Ottawa..
It is a simper, less complicated life for me here in San Miguel, than it is Ottawa.
Less pressures, less commitments, a simpler, easier, more interesting and friendly life,
... solemn holiday and has no connection with Halloween. There are Americans down here, so we do have Halloween costumes and decorations, but these holidays are completely separate. In fact, we have a Halloween party at the end of the month being hosted by an American school family. Although they permanently live in San Miguel, they celebrate the holiday for the American kiddos and the Mexican kiddos join in for the party!