Most Americans cringe at the thought of bus travel, unless their familiar with Mexico’s transportation system. While buses in our homeland tend to be dirty, cramped and full of questionable folk, Mexico’s buses are quite the opposite: clean, spacious, inexpensive, safe and easy.

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I talk a lot about our power as consumers on my blog - how we can vote with our dollars for products and services that do right by the planet and our health – but what about good taste and fashion? Just because we are...

After my recent article, How to Have a Smashing Weekend in San Miguel de Allende, a friend wrote to see if I had tried the farm to table gem De Temporada, a restaurant located on the organic farm La Trinidad. We were impressed to say...

I can’t tell you guys how many emails I receive asking for suggestions of things to do in San Miguel de Allende, and after 7 years here it’s no surprise. If I listed out all the recommendations I have for our fair city the list...

Thinking of visiting Real de Catorce? We have an amazing recommendation for a place to eat, drink and be merry. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner this adorable corner restaurant makes fresh baked goods, brews and bottles several types of beer in recycled bottles, and serves...

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,...

Looking to relax while in San Miguel de Allende? The region is famous for its natural hot springs and there are several places you can enjoy a day, relaxing your body and mind in the hot mineral water and surrounding natural landscape.

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