Monthly Archives: December 2011

Sacred Bells and Sparklers, San Miguel de Allende

San Miguel’s Bells We had kept as good of a handle on time as we could as while sipping mescal negro. “Qual es lo más ahumado?” my sister had asked the bartender. “What’s the smokiest?” It bit like grappa. Sucking … Continue reading

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Performing Plants

Guest contribution from garden designer and writer Honey Sharp: Honey Sharp Field Recording San Miguel de Allende When I first wandered into the The Conservatory of Mexican Plants at El Charco del Ingenio, an impressive botanical garden in San Miguel … Continue reading

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