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Recommendation Corner:

where we share our favorite finds with you.

Mexico is known for its abundance of traditional candies, differing from one region to the next. While your average foreigner may be aware of some of them, the variety is astounding, often using fruits and combinations we otherwise wouldn’t be able to imagine. I’m not going to lie to you – some of the sweets are downright magical and others …well, I’m not sure what they were thinking.

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The Alborada is one of the many amazing parties of San Miguel de Allende. San Miguel is famous for their fiestas and this is one of the biggies. First of all, it starts at 4 in the morning. Yeah, that’s right. Starts. Second, it boasts of the largest quantity of fireworks in the whole year. And folks, we are in Mexico where fireworks are an art form. Sleep? Pointless. Might as well sign on for a wicked party.

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There are few rituals more famous in Mexico than the Temazcal, a pre-hispanic ritual similar to a sweat lodge. Being the committed investigative reporter that I am, I decided that it was completely inappropriate to live here and never have participated in one. So I slapped on a bathing suit and sarong and headed out to the Charco del Ingenio, a local botanical garden and nature preserve which often has traditional indigenous events, to try it out....

A great way to get under the skin of any city is to check out their museums. Lucky for us, a new friendship with some art collection managers meant a more interesting and fun exploration of free Friday evening museums.

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As a freelance writer with a love for travel I spend a lot of time on the road and even more time in coffee shops. There are many factors that make a coffee shop truly great: good coffee (obviously!), consistent wifi, snappy staff, ambiance, and yummy, inexpensive grub …just to name a few. Here are my picks for Santa Fe!...

A good coffee shop is at the top of my list when traveling or settling in to a place. For me, a space where I can work, eat and enjoy a cup of high quality Joe is quintessential to brainstorming and research. Living in San Miguel de Allende, I naturally have some favorites …and so, in no particular order, these are my most beloved haunts.

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Tea tree oil, hailing from Australia is one of nature’s greatest cures and a perfect item to keep in your first aid kit and pack. Tea Tree oil, also called melaleuca oil from the Melalueca tree, is an essential oil with amazing properties for disinfecting, in healing and cleaning.

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Back home - with the damage done - we cleaned the ECU with PCB cleaner and still weren't getting any signal from the...

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