Sunday, January 17, 2010

God's Control Panel seems to work in Mexico City pretty well.

When I saw this cartoon at Gizmodo, I immediately thought it is quite applicable to Mexico City, mostly to January 2010. We survived the swine flu, and the hard economic atmosphere, but now cold weather and strong winds are trying to kill us all. I know this is nothing compared with other cities where hurricanes and snow is common, but for us hasn't been any common or enjoyable at all. Hope things get better, actually I am sure they will be...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Nice pics and it seems you have totally fallen in love with Mexico like me..
My first visit to Mexico was last year when i traveled through India's leading travel Company i.e i still remeber about Mexico abour from their awesome food is
Xochimilco – a stunning series of canals and floating gardens – offers a carnival-type atmosphere e Rent a cheap boat and boatmen will ferry you around while you’re propositioned by floating vendors selling food, flowers and beer. It’s bound to stand out as one of most memorable experiences in Mexico City.
the Zocalo, one of the largest squares in the world, is the heart of Mexico City,And Tquilla is the best part in it..drink drink and njoii..It was Happy travelling