Travel Blogs from San Miguel de Allende
... ago, when tequila became very popular, some distilleries added Joven (young) Tequila which has additives (legally allowed) so it can be brought to the market very quickly but it is not 100% tequila and is best for margaritas and mixed drinks.
And some distilleries also produce an Extra Anejo, in the oak up till 5 years and more of a cognac.
The Mexican government controls the aging times and ...
Amigos y Compaņeros.
I was at the San Miguel Writer's Festival - go to the following links
to see the San Miguel Writer's Festival..
I have recommended two Canadian writers, that I know personally, to the organizer's of the San Miguel Writer's Festival, as keynote speakers at the 2015 San ...
Mis Estimados Amigos,
Compadres y Compeneros;
It is about a 20 minute walk from my place in San Miguel
to the center of San Miguel.
The center of San Miguel is referred to as Centro
which is the Central Plaza, or the Principle Plaza.
It is referred to, in San Miguel, as the Jardin...
All Mexican, Spanish ...
... a car for three days. We now have some freedom for regional touring! So tonight, we drove to dinner to the Oko Noodle Bar with Maya in tow. It was a delicious Thai Asian meal... Greg and I loved the Tom Yum soap.
Having Greg here for extended amount of time has been great in many ways. He is wonderful working with Katie on her sixth grade SHMS math work. He is such a patient math tutor and can teach pre-algebra, metric ...
... hovering parenting... I have not seen a parent worried about or even check on their child at a party. (Katie left the Chorro party some sixth grade friends and played in the adjacent Juarez Park.)
I really enjoy getting to know other school parents (especially with Greg gone). I also love learning how these American families made the choice to come to San Miguel.. and how a handful have chosen to permanently move ...