No where in San Miguel is the festive season more evident than at the market. Neil and I are about to go for a walk about and take in the street scene and try and find a restaurant that is serving dinner tonight (it seems like it is between Tapas and Peruvian?) Rows and rows of flowers. Everyone is getting ready shopping and preparing for the holiday. Christmas Eve is the big night here starting with midnight mass and afterwards a feast. Of course not everything is solemn…Before I do that I wanted to wish you all a very happy, merry, festive season (whichever one you celebrate) filled with good friends, family and lots of delicious food. Thanks, as always, for stopping by. Feliz Navidad!
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