I have just been reflecting on the semester, and there are some things that just need to be posted.
This sign in this picture is posted in the “Islas,” the center part of the campus, and says “Your dog is your responsibility. Help us keep this area clean.”
Sticking with the sign themes, here are some signs we’ve seen posted in smaller cities that I’m not sure what they mean at all…
This sign has it all; books, pipes, and gifts. Who wouldn’t want to go there?!
Now, you may not realize the very large Viking influence here in Mexico, but its here in the Mexico that you tourists won’t see.
This is just the craziest grasshopper I have ever seen:
These last two need a little more explanation.
You may not realize it, but the people here have a love of certain things: Limes, Chile, and Lucha Libre. That means that everything is better with a little lime, chile, or in this case a lucha (wrestling) mask. We went to a Mariachi restaurant and had a great time celebrating a birthday of a teammate. After a while, a guest singer was announced, “The White Shadow.” The great thing was that we has actually a pretty good singer.
Finally, something that continues to challenge my food knowledge ever since we moved here:
This is literally “Turkey Ham.” Now, I have been told that this is the Spanish way of saying that this is not Turkey Breast (pechuga de pavo), but a mix of turkey meat like bologna. Say what you want, but I can’t bring myself to eat it. I guess its the way I think about my lunch meats, because if I want to eat a random mix of meats, I’ll eat a hot dog.