San Miguel de Allende’s Mojigangas: Giants Walk Among Us

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On any given weekend, visitors and residents in  San Miguel de Allende may happen across a wedding, religious, or just a celebratory procession led by one or more colorful, whimsical mojigangas (pronounced mo-he-gan-gas).    In San Miguel de Allende, these dancing mojigangas lead joyful revelers in a “callejoneada”, or small parade of sorts,  through the cobblestone streets and into the Jardin. …

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Taste of San Miguel – A Culinary and Cultural Adventure!

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  Who doesn’t visit a city and want to feel like a “local”?  Taste of San Miguel Food Tours (TSMA) does just that.  Food tours are popping up around the globe and with good reason; they are a new and exciting way to “become a local in 3 hours”.  TSMA scoured the city to ensure that the best of the …