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Butchers and their Meat
Tequila
This is one of four or five butchers situated near the main square of tequila, just next to the food markets. Like everyone else I asked, they were more than happy to let me take their picture. Unfortunately I didn't get a shot of the truck as it arrived to this place - the meat in the truck was closer to "cow" than "meat" hanging like punching bags from the ceiling.
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Tequila is a fantastic little town located about one hour northwest of Guadalajara. It is in many respects just what you might imagine a Mexican town to be - crumbling colonial church, arched arcades, dusty streets, plenty of cowboys, hot sunshine, and plenty of tequila to drink.