Monthly Archives: August 2016

Authentic Concha

The sound of drums alerted us that Concha dancers were performing today on Insurgentes here in San Miguel. These traditional Aztec and Chichimecan dances date from pre columbian times. Sometimes costumes can be less than convincing, but the group that … Continue reading

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Über Arrives in San Miguel, With a Smile

Über, who have been operating in other Mexican cities for a while, began service in San Miguel one week ago. Our first trip was with this charming driver, Marisela Guadalupe. She was waiting outside our house when we stepped out … Continue reading

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Car Whas (sic)

Our housekeeper’s son, Cesar, recently moved his Los Pitufos (Smurfs), car wash to the Libramiento de Dolores Hidalgo, a ring road that skirts San Miguel. Recently his equipment was stolen, and we were happy to be able to help him … Continue reading

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