San Miguel de Allende was our next stop after Guanajuato (minus the stop for ice cream on the way). It was originally a destination that we had planned on spending a long time at, but shortened after finding Guanajuato. After spending four days here, I think we made the right decision.
Saturday the 27th of June, 2015
Due to lack of availability at Cofradia (See previous post), we moved into the main city of Tequila to wander around for a day and see what it offered. We didn’t know what to expect but were worried that it would be full of tour buses with people on drunken tequila tours. We were happy to find a pretty little town with a lively town square.
We left Cofradia in the late morning, moved our luggage to a the new hotel, conveniently located right downtown a couple blocks from the town square. As usual, we got a late start, so by the time we checked in to our hotel, it was time for lunch.
We are currently in Guanajuato Mexico right now, and lost WiFi at our apartment that we are renting. So our uploads are slowed down by trips to the coffee shop.
We have a backlog of pictures and stories from Yelapa, Tequila, and Guanajuato to post up in the next week. We will be leaving for San Miguelle de Allende this Sunday, and hope to be back to updating.
(PS, the picture is the heart of a blue agave plant, used to make tequila. We had a wonderful tour at Cofradia Distillery earlier this week, more about it in our post.)
While planning this trip, we knew we would leave Baja at some point, and we had a choice, we could drive over a thousand miles back up where we had already been or put the car on the ferry and ride across the Sea of Cortez.
It’s Friday night and we are packing our things up as we leave Mazatlan tomorrow morning. We’ve spent the past week in two different beach towns, La Paz and Mazatlan, and rode a ferry overnight to cross the Sea of Cortez (the longest time I can remember being on a ship of any type).