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... Lots of San Miguel history! Here it goes.... In 1542, Franciscan Friar Juan de San Miguel founded the town, formerly known as by Izcuinapan (place of water) by indigenous groups. (This was about twenty years after Cortez' conquest of thge Aztecs.) He named it San Miguel (after St. Michael the Archangel) and began baptizing the indigenous people. In 2005, a bronze statute of Friar San Miguel was placed next to the Parroquia to mark the 450th anniversary of the death ...
... 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 ...
... school presentation, I attended an arts committee meeting. There is so much that needs to be done for the Academia as it is a new school. We need an arts class in the primary curriculum and more.
Tonight, the Fringe Festival starts in San Miguel, the first time in Mexico and Latin America. Katie is going to the opening performance tonight with a friend, Kate, a dance troupe in the Jardin, and then over to ...
I met Stacy at the Rosewood roundabout, our meeting place when we are walking somewhere. On our way to the Centro, we stopped at FedEx to get her mail. (There are p.o. boxes located there for mail delivery.) We laughed while there because she had had a FedEx Overnight package a few weeks ago that took four days for delivery. Ahh,..Mexico!
We then we to Cumpanio (on corner of Recreo intersecting with end of Corregidora) for ...
... the children.
I have started to feel better and we decided to go to Rio Lucas near the Jardin. We went the last time we were here and we were the only ones as a result of the swine flu. The place was not crowded and we were greeted by three gentlemen and were seated near the fire place which was not burning. The dinner menu focused on a beef which is known ...
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