Wednesday, July 26, 2006

More photies

Two girls at their jewellery store in the market.


The city that never sleeps. They don't wear helmets when driving and this it is also the city that has the highest per capita head injuries anywhere in the world - as typified by the three motorcyclists in the picture zooming down on a blurry car.



These guys like to dos. Every day from 12-2pm is siesta time. Ola.



Despite the lack of apparant road-worthiness and safety these guys can drive motorcyles like Jimi could play the guitar - left handed, upside down, with a family of five on the back, packed with 8 crates of beer, you name it, they drive it.


A busy night at Arena. It's quite a nice place, except for the England shirts worn by the barladies.


9 comments:

alet said...

Ekke wil ook van nou tot 2uur bietjie "dos"...dis nie regverdig nie...Beeld oorwerk my!

loesil said...

Ek stem! Hoekom kan ons nie ook siesta-tyd in SA hê nie? Dit voel asof die week nooit gaan end kry nie!
'n Bietjie uitlam-tyd sal vreeslik welkom wees!

Hoe gaan met al die sokker-fans en spelers (Mullet, thats you)daarbuite?

Caz said...

blykbaar het hulle al opgegee
and stuff

henno said...

Dis moelik om oor die PMS - Post Match Syndrome - te kom. Ek mis die World Cup, gelukkig begin die FA Premier League volgende maand :)

loesil said...

Jy moet dan terug kom SA toe - hier WB dit te vreeslik. Almal spring rond om tog net iets gereed te kry vir dié affere. Maar soos dit my klink gaan dit maar redelik beroerd met die voorbereidings.

Caz, jou Afrikaans is tog te pragtig! Praat die mense by jou werk Afr of is dit jou nuwe aangetroude roots, mev. KRAMER?

Anonymous said...

Jou foto's is baie mooi en om te dink ons was daar toe jy dit geneem het. Jammer ek het lanklaas blog gekyk want die werklike lewe het vir my gewag toe ek terugkom. Ma

Anonymous said...

Jou foto's is baie mooi en om te dink ons was daar toe jy dit geneem het. Jammer ek het lanklaas blog gekyk want die werklike lewe het vir my gewag toe ek terugkom. Ma

mullet said...

Siesta, what a plan...but life goes on. Die sokker tipes aan die kant van die ekwator lewe nog. Fame and fortune haven't gone to my head yet though, mainly because I haven't found either yet. Hehe. The footie fever never really ends here, theres always footie being played so no WC withdrawal to worry about. Much more worried by things like two Sri Lankan cricketers scoring almost 4x as many runs on their own as our whole team can manage. Hmmm.

Trieu Huy said...

ya,this post very interested me.Because i'm a Ho Chi Minh's citizen but I never to see all of the thing like Henno had taken the photos.So I decide to have a sightseeing to the District Tan Binh in weekend,hehehehh