Monthly Archives: April 2016

Mini Mexidog

Dogs, dogs, everywhere. Particularly the tiny ones which Mexicans love. A preference that perhaps would improve New York instead of the massive megacanines that seem to be the favorite there. Thanks to this one in particular for posing so nicely.

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Colors

Most of the visitors from Mexico City have now returned home, so the flower sellers are taking it easy for a while. As always, wonderful colors.

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Number What?

This house on Relox, in San Miguel, is typically Mexican in every way. Narrow as it is, it has two front doors. Better still, it has three addresses, the doors numbered 18 and 18A, and the house number, between the … Continue reading

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Pretty Clever

As a wayfinding professional, I am impressed by these two sorting out the streets of San Miguel at this early age. Sticking out your tongue of course always helps.

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From the Campesino

Our street ends in a small square, or rather triangle, where the buses stop and Insurgentes lurches to the right. An ideal place for folks from the outlying campesinos to bus in and sell fruit, vegetables, flowers, and all manner … Continue reading

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