I was expecting to see a great pile up any minute!!
Yikes! Me too!
Yikes! That's where I'll be in a couple of months! I hope I come home alive!
They've got it down to a "fine science"!!! LOL
Some of the research and experiments about which I've read indicate removing traffic signs and signals reduces the accident rate. People learn to be more observant and cautious. I was impressed with the driving in Mexico City. Many of the streets in the historic district were more narrow, the traffic was heavier but I didn't see many dented vehicles. Amazing!
Heh-heh. That made me chuckle. Looked like a slightly sped-up version of where I grew up. Such excitement when one ventures out on the roads!
Looks like Mexico to me, where I seldom look out the window when I am being driven and accept that this may be my last journey on earth. None of those cyclists were wearing helmets.
You take your life inyour hands don't you!
Last time I was in Delhi...I was about to cry inside the car because of the traffic and I wanted so badly to go to the ladies room already! LOL
AC - Thanks so much for dropping by. It was so good to see Cuppa, too. Yours is only the third blog I've visited in weeks and I see I picked a great day to drop by. That's a hoot! I'd never be able to drive again.BTW - Thesha and Smudge are so beautiful. Good job on the touch up.
Amazing! Not even a slight collision - it looked a bit like Atlanta at rush hour except with all the vehicles much larger and the speeds much higher. OK, maybe not like Atlanta at all because there would have been at least two collisions and a huge traffic jam. And about Smudge not crawling - at least one of our grands did very little crawling and very much rolling - other young ones of our acquaintance have done the same. ec
OMG.. organized kaos to be sure.
Oh, my!I can't believe that!!Junie
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