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DSC_6361I have been living in Tequisquiapan, QRO Mexico for 8 months.  I love it, Tequis. is a quaint, relaxed pace, safe pueblo.  However I am not fluent in Spanish so there are times when it feels isolated and lonely especially when your husband works a lot.  Above is my sister Kim and her man Rich.  They could only stay for 3 days but hey any time together is great.  It was Kim’s first visit to Mexico and she was smitten.  I know they will be back.
DSC_6368 DSC_6373 Tequis. has lot’s to offer and of course me with a camera, there are always photo opportunities.DSC_6376 The Happy Cow – Cheese shop, how to decide???????DSC_6382 Chico waiting patiently for a cookie from Rich.DSC_6389 DSC_6392 DSC_6396 Some shots of Tequis. lot’s of colours.DSC_6400 Shopping at the Artisan Market,  look at the ceiling of the building below, amazing.DSC_6402 DSC_6409 Hats, hats, hats.  Below, Kim at another market in Centro.DSC_6412 DSC_6418 I had to introduce them to “Banderra”, lemon juice-tequila-sangrita.DSC_6455 Chico waiting for me :).DSC_6457 San Miguel de AllendeDSC_6470 DSC_6475 DSC_6484 Mexican eggs and a margarita, yum.DSC_6498 A wonderful little bakery across the street from Sazon, mirror view.DSC_6503 I love this shot of Kim, such a wonderful sister.DSC_6514 Beautiful doorsDSC_6542 We ate delicious tarts from the bakery, while watching this couple dance in the main square.DSC_6555 details of another door.DSC_6620 Rich wanted to take the doors back to Duluth, sorry no!DSC_6637Time for a cocktail at the rooftop bar at the Rosewood Hotel.