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San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

San Miguel de Allende is a city and municipality located in the far eastern part of the state of Guanajuato in central Mexico. It is part of the macroregion of Bajío. Historically, the town is important as being the birthplace of Ignacio Allende, wh...
by Simple.Interesting on Aug 16, 2014

That Strange Cosmic Pyramid Near San Miguel de Allende

When Cañada de la Virgen pyramid in the Mexican state of Guanajuato was excavated, it caused the whole map of Meso-America to change shape. Also, once the archeologists started discovering how the structures lined up with the moon and planets, it be...
by Perceptive Travel Blog on Feb 12, 2014

That Strange Cosmic Pyramid Near San Miguel de Allende

When Cañada de la Virgen pyramid in the Mexican state of Guanajuato was excavated, it caused the whole map of Meso-America to change shape. Also, once the archeologists started discovering how the structures lined up with the moon and planets, it be...
by Perceptive Travel Blog on Feb 12, 2014

The Cost of Traveling the World (December 2013)

A number of things came to pass when the church bells struck the midnight hour on December 31st, much of its significance temporarily set aside amid the spirited revelry.  We found ourselves facing a new year afresh, full of opportunity … Cont...
by Go Curry Cracker! on Jan 5, 2014

3 Meals in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico (plus Dessert)

We’ve shown every month how much we spend on dining out, but what does it really mean?  How do you use that information to budget for your own world travels?  To help, this is the first of a series of … Continue reading →...
by Go Curry Cracker! on Dec 7, 2013

The Cost of Traveling the World (November 2013)

We spent the entire month of November 2013 in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.  It is an incredible city in the central highlands a few hours north of Mexico City, with great food, music, art, and people. The 19th Annual … Continue reading ͛...
by Go Curry Cracker! on Dec 4, 2013

Day of the Dead in Mexico

El Día de Muertos, the day of the dead, is a Mexican holiday honoring the lives of friends and family members who have died. It is a time to gather with loved ones, build altars to the deceased, and visit graves … Continue reading →...
by Go Curry Cracker! on Dec 2, 2013

The Cost of Traveling the World (October 2013)

We hit the road again in October, returning to the Mexican highlands.  For the next 3 months (or longer?) we are renting a house in San Miguel de Allende, the best city in the world according to the reader’s of … Continue reading →...
by Go Curry Cracker! on Nov 2, 2013

The Cost of Traveling the World (October 2013)

We hit the road again in October, returning to the Mexican highlands.  For the next 3 months (or longer?) we are renting a house in San Miguel de Allende, the best city in the world according to the reader’s of … Continue reading →...
by Go Curry Cracker! on Nov 2, 2013

Our $1000 a Month Home in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

For the next 3 months, we are resting our heads in lovely San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Just a few minutes flat walk away from the Jardin, the town square, we’ve found a wonderful home that we are renting for … Continue reading →...
by Go Curry Cracker! on Oct 25, 2013

Our $1000 a Month Home in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

For the next 3 months, we are resting our heads in lovely San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Just a few minutes flat walk away from the Jardin, the town square, we’ve found a wonderful home that we are renting for … Continue reading →...
by Go Curry Cracker! on Oct 25, 2013

The Magic of San Miguel de Allende

I know. I have been unusually quiet since arriving home from the International Writers’ Conference in San Miguel. Forgive me. It is hard for me to believe that it has been one month to the day that I was on a plane headed back to the U.S. Where...

Tienes mi Corazón San Miguel de Allende

I arrived home this last Tuesday night after spending a week in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. I presented a workshop on social media for writers, gave private consultations, and was part of a “Women Write Their Lives” speakers panel duri...

245. San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

Is there anything more romantic than roaming the twisted cobblestone streets of a stunning colonial town?  We don’t think so.  This place is just a feast for they eyes with it’s vibrant color palette, old architecture, smells and sounds...
by 1000 Most Romantic Places on Jan 24, 2013

236. San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

Is there anything more romantic than roaming the twisted cobblestone streets of a stunning colonial town?  We don’t think so.  This place is just a feast for they eyes with it’s vibrant color palette, old architecture, smells and sounds...
by 1000 Most Romantic Places on Jan 24, 2013

Church of St. Michael the Archangel, Guanajuato, Mexico.

La Parroquia, the current parish church of San Miguel is unique in Mexico and the emblem of the San Miguel de Allende town in Guanajuato, Mexico.It has a Neo-gothic facade with two tall towers that can be seen from most parts of town. It is one of th...
by Simple.Interesting on Dec 2, 2012

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

San Miguel de Allende is a city and municipality located in the far eastern part of the state of Guanajuato in central Mexico. It is 274 km from Mexico City and 97 km from the state capital of Guanajuato. Historically, the town is important as being...
by Simple.Interesting on Nov 2, 2012

San Miguel de Allende - Mexico II

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico....again!!! Colorful Charm Architecture & Details Foliage Enjoy the following images..... I bet you will wish to be somewhere in this pictorial post. I know I do!!!!

Un Viaje a San Miguel

“Set in the mountainous reaches of the Mexican desert, this astounding city of colonial architecture, thermal hot springs, perpetual blossoms and perfect light has an everlasting spring. Recently declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, San Migue...

San Miguel de Allende - The Style Of It

I have always wanted to go to this townSan Miguel de Allende.It is right in the middle of Mexico. I adore the rusticThe texturesThe weather 76 degrees most of the year,and cooler at night. Is this the most charming image? Check out the rock pla...


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