A blind girl learns to survive, excel and forgive in this piece by Deborah Kent Stein.
“Walter [Schneir] tells how he was serendipitously able to test the authenticity of the Russian
documents while spending a winter writing and vacationing in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.”
Introduction by Miriam Schneir.
Dog Parks, expats and a lot more than cultural differences by Lynda Schor.
What we want and what we get are two different things, as John Simonds proves here.
A Prologue To Other Sides: A Journey With Maps, Revisiting the Route Taken by Graham Greene in 1938.
Jack Steele takes us on a philosophical ride through Mexico, guilt, Catholicism and attitudes
“When is it crazy-wise to do the thing that everyone else warns you not to do?” – Jay W. Vogt
Everything is relative, as John Warley learns when he meets up with an old friend from college.