Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Brazilian/Mexican Street View of the Week No. 3

This week we have shifted north to Mexico, specifically Ejutla de Crespo, in Oaxaca State, down south. I like to say the word "Oaxaca" since I heard someone say it properly. It's something like "Wahahka". What an adorable town to Street View around, am I right? Much less chance of being actually beheaded by drug lords than if you were really there, but unfortunately also you miss out on the chili and the riding a burro. And hearing "Dark Floyd", the grupo musical.


6 comments:

Nobody said...

I love the extensive use of power lines - that is one busy power pole!

chris.dadness said...

In the Coke pic? That's a lazy power pole, Nobes, come on. I'm sure in 5 minutes you could find one somewhere in town with twice that amount fernangling from it.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm - Very tidy streets!! Not a speck of rubbish to be seen...

chris.dadness said...

Good point. And no rubbish bins outside the corner shops even. Maybe everyone hangs onto their wrappers etc and recycles them into something at home.

Nobody said...

I think the tumblin' tumbleweeds probably keep the rubbish movin' along.

chris.dadness said...

It's pretty early in the morning - I'm thinking there is some kind of Overnight Tumbleweed Service that cleans up while people sleep.