Tortillas here in San Miquel de Allende are ten pesos for a kilo but…only ask for media kilo/half a kilo unless you are expecting a crowd or have a large family or friend gathering. Corn tortillas, either machine made or handmade tend to lose there suppleness and go stale more quickly than flour tortillas. Especially those from the supermarket.
But by all means definitely support you local neighborhood tortilleria!
Resumes need to be geared to the employer and apparently international employers are interested in you including more personal information that you would include to say a resume included in an entrance application to graduate school.
Thus site is a couple of years old but still contains useful information. I was only allowed to take three months worth of meds with me so next week I’ll be searching out Mexican equivalents.
Simply put the name of the drug in the search box at Google, then type in Mexico and the south of the border name will come up.
Fabuloso listing of bus lines in Mexico and where they go.
If you haven’t traveled by bus in Mexico believe me, you will be pleasantly surprised!
Next week, I have an amiga heading to Ajijic from San Miquel de Allende next week. Always something going on!
And for Easter weekend, some amigas from Ajijic are visiting San Miquel de Allende for the first time!
A wonderful description of arriving and staying in San Miquel de Allende and of course wishing to return after any length of stay!
This is a simply fantastic development for travellers and location independent retirees and snowbirds. I don’t have a data plan on either side of the border but now with dependable WiFi becoming more and more ubiquitous this is really the ultimate!
Gotta try it out pronto!
This has some excellent advice for Canadian snowbirds!
I’m in the thick of writing the first draft of my prospective guidebook for newbie snowbirds hence my blog postings have been rather scant. Lo siento.
I’ll endeavor to catch up this week and write a posting about a delightful day trip an amiga and I did to Dolores Hidalgo, a city famous for Talavera tile work and one that is easily reached from San Miguel de Allende by frequent bus service.