Working in the Gulf in the oilfield with a 28 on/14 off schedule, four weeks at sea can sometimes
get a little hectic, but it has one big benefit. I have two weeks off, which gives me the time to
go pretty much wherever I want to go on this flying mudball in space (Europe is next), so I took a trip
down south of the border to see some neat places I've read about, and always wanted to go to.
So I went to a couple of neat colonial towns in central Mexico.
BUT ISN'T THERE A DAMN DRUG WAR GOING ON DOWN THERE?
Of course there is, over 3,000 people were gunned down in Mexico last year, but many of them were in gangs, and
that is a fact that is often exploited the media. Many times that number are killed by pavement apes in the US.
A fact that is often hidden by our niggerworshiping media outlets.
The bottom line is that there is trouble in Mexico, but if you're not looking for it, you have nothing to worry about.
I've been down there a few times, and I actually feel safer down there than travelling the US of Apes.
San Miguel de Allende is a charmer of a place, founded in the 1550's it has one of the most charming
settings I've seen in Mexico. Most of the streets are cobblestone, and the historic buildings are preserved.
The locals are very friendly, and they're is a large population of Americans and Europeans, I even met a couple of
Russians down there. The cab driver jokingly called it "San Miguel de los Gringos".
Charco del Igenio on the outskirts, if you like the outdoors its an awesome place full of cactus and a canyon trail.