I know, I’m a broken record, but I feel I underestimated Mexico and want to shout its praises for all who, like me, didn’t know what they were missing. I know I’m not that first to blog about this, we aren’t even the first to get video, but still this is special.
I took this footage after a long, stressful and slightly anti-climatic day. Afterwards I felt renewed, and ready to rock some bureaucracy. I can’t say public transportation in the USA ever gave me that much!
Comment by Cidnie
Cidnie January 28, 2012 at 6:06 am
Can’t see the video as it is flagged ‘private’. Just what exactly do you DO on those bus rides?!?!?!
Comment by ForgeOver via Facebook
ForgeOver via Facebook January 28, 2012 at 6:33 am
Now with working video!
Comment by Gabriel
Gabriel February 1, 2012 at 9:54 pm
I really love this article of yours. It made me imagine how life in Mexico would be. I love the video on the bus,if I am not mistaken.
Comment by cindy
cindy February 2, 2012 at 4:45 pm
Did you know that for as long as I can remember my big wish for my 40th birthday (2013) is to have a Mariachi band for a night? Nobody can be sad when music like that is playing. This clip is awesome!
Comment by mae chevrette
mae chevrette February 8, 2012 at 12:47 pm
Hi Victoria and Tucker! I’d like to blog about your boat/journey and how I found your blog after you purchased my artwork. Would this be okay with you? – Mae
Comment by Lisa Pelletier Harmon
Lisa Pelletier Harmon February 11, 2012 at 10:38 am
That video is awesome! I visited the Bahamas once and rode a bus with a goat and some chickens which I thought was very cool. The things you experience outside the United States stay with you, don’t they?
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