Shlomit and I decided to trade turkey for enchiladas mineras and spent the full Thanksgiving week in the state of Guanajuato, México.

We visited:

  • Guanajuato: the famous mummies, the Alhóndiga de Granaditas, Callejoneada, etc.
  • León: A large industrial town, known for their quality (and affordable) leather products. Yeah, we went leather jacket shopping!
  • Dolores Hidalgo: The cradle of the Independence.
  • San Miguel de Allende: A lovely colonial town now overrun by retired gringos and their pooping dogs.
  • Atotonilco: A nice church surrounded by four or five tiny houses. Home of the “Mexican Sistine Chappel”
  • And last, some photos from Karina’s wedding.

As usual, a bunch of innocent and non-compromising photographs have been posted to The MKX® Photo Central.

Oh, and three videos:

Impressive breakdancing by a Mexican mime in San Miguel. Yes, Impressive:

Impressive brick tossing by Mexican construction workers in San Miguel. Yes, Mexican:

Impressive dancing routines by Cirque du Soleil performers. Yes, Cirque du Soleil:

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