Mazatlán is Paradise
That's interesting - but I've the same opinion of the public transport in Hungary. I would not drive in the city when trams, buses and metros are so frequent (although the price had doubled in the time I've been here).Looking forward to progress reports. When will you be back int he States?
Good Monday morning, Kate!And all nice things to you during beginning week and safe "riding"!
The bus looks pretty new & clean. Looks like all the passengers wanted their photos taken.
And the buses transport supporters for your blog! A nice Monday to you, Kate (but do you care what day we are? ;-)
Nice shot! Those kids look more interested in you though! ;-)Sorry for not visiting your site for such a long time but here at TORUŃ DP we have been very busy! Doesn't mean we have forgotten about your site though!
Oh, my, nice shot. Those fellas on the bus are willing models. Nice shot, Kate. If we had buses I would ride.
... as long as the kamikaze part does not involve the passengers!
Yes, but they are better than those buses in Africa!!! LOOOOLLL
Looks like the best fun, Kate.
Something for you on my blog today...
actually, I should imagine it is fun, not having to worry about parking and all that! Busses here are seriously crumby, and to be avoided like the plague!
I like how guys are looking at you :-)
The bus looks a lot nicer than what I would expect.
It's great to have good mass transportation. Wish I could take a bus to work from the farm.
How happy the riders of the bus seem as they look out the window! Great pic, Kate!PatGuelph Daily Photo, Pat's Photo-a-Day
Public transit, the best way to get around. Its probably safer than driving there too.Enjoy your time there.
I like the bus & the riders' expressions are great :)
It looks a LOT nicer than what I had envisioned. I was thinking open air bus....LOTS of people etc.
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