Monthly Archives: March 2009

The culinary highlight of our Ecuadorian highland tour was the bizcochos.  Bizcochos are lady finger sized buttery and flaky biscuits.  They are slightly crunchier than a typical American
We made the best of our short stay in Ecuador by taking a highlands tour with a guide named Santiago.  He basically took us along the Pan-American Highway to several towns in the highland areas
"Life is what happens while you're busy making plans." -John Lennon After much planning and preparation, our around the world trip is finally here!  Well, at least on paper.&
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico is a town that touches all the senses but it is definitely a feast for creative people like Beau and I.  Every corner you turn is inspiring.  If you are an ar
Take your time, relax, eat.  There are dozens of places to eat within a stone's throw of nearly every street corner of San Miguel de Allende.  Out of all the things to do and see he
We're back from our wedding in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.  We had a beautiful little wedding in a hacienda near the center of town.  This is a general post of this amazing place. W
As part of the festivities of the weekend, we brought our guests to a great little hole in the wall place called La Botica.  La Botica is a little bar that specializes in small batch organic me
We have finally arrived at our wedding location, San Miguel de Allende.  This is an amazing little colonial town in the state of Guanajuato in Mexico filled with beautiful haciendas, street side
The SPOT is a gps gadget that tracks our progress through our travels.  There are a few different operating modes:  911, Help, OK and Track.  The main motivation for taking this with