Deaths in Mexico due to swine flu have risen to 103, tomorrow I’m heading out to some neighborhoods outside of Roma and El Centro . . . I’ll keep you updated as we go. From the article above: “Yes, it’s quite possible for this virus to evolve,” Keiji Fukuda, acting WHO assistant director-general for health, security and the environment, told journalists in Geneva. ….
So my last weekend in DF was well spent, we ended the evening at this reggae concert. The singer was amazing, living in London, how small is our world?
El Ejercito, or the Army in Mexico, is doing a trade in program. In Mexico where guns can only be owned with military permission they are allowing people to line up and trade everything from hunting rifles to Saturday night specials to assault rifles for cash and in some cases computers.
Due to less than optimal internet access I haven’t posted until today . . . walking to the AP office in the city and they were having a little march on Reforma, shot at a hiphop club last night and debauchary (sp?) from the city in the last week.
First day in DF! Here is a picture from Brazil (because I haven’t shot anything since I’ve been lugging pounds of gear. The lily pad is neat it grows feet wide and has spikes on the bottom so fish don’t eat it. Very beautiful flower as well, rather torn on some sides, but beautiful nonetheless.