posted by Marcos Rodrigues at 11:59 AM
I think both :) Greetings from Stavanger.
hehe it´s similar to my city, the difference is that in my city are much older, soon I will upload a photo of public transportation in my city. It´s surrealist, you will see.Greetings from Perú.
in my city the buses are much older, sorry, I didn´t last the phrase.
Both of them too.. The government doesn't respect the people.. There's really a lot of fellows that go to work like that =(
irrendento urbanita and I have too many similarities! yep, this sight is exactly like Jakarta, except that you have a well maintained bus there.
nice colored busesgreat pictures
you tell us! nice document of daily life :)
Speaking of buses, I saw Bus 174 last night. Grim.
That was the case in Athens ten years ago. Untill everyone bought a car and now the roads are crowded with traffic jam. Evolution they say.... :-)
A bit of both, I feel!Cxx
I would say...Both!
The blog is over? =(
You have very interesting photos here! Public transport in developing countries are just deplorable! To think that such a country as developed and with a GDP the size of Brazil's has such public transport, I find unbelievable!
Maaany people.I live in sao Paulo since i borned :DThe problem is....everybody in Brasil wants to go to sao paulo looking for a Job...So there is a huge tax.of migratns from all the states the country located in sao Paulo...The transport can't support this situation....While this happend,our president is thinking of coruption... :DNice han?
amo sao paulo!!adorei as fotos, aqui é sempre corrido, agente nunca para pra reparar na beleza da cidade!!!niiice!!!www.dvirtuashop.com.br
clearly too less busses... i live now in a country which has the same problem...
love to see how live is around the world... good 'shots'... visit me, tell me what u think... bye...
This is an interesting glimps of life. It doesn't seem safe for people to be hanging partly out of the bus.
This certainly looks dangerous, especially if the buses get up a bit of speed. Such travel is not allowed in my country.
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We have those here. You should see those monsters turn a curve -- half around the curve the other half still turning.
:( no more updates here ?would be nice to see more from this wonderful city...
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I live in São Paulo, and this is normal in hour of rush!
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why is this called a daily blog,when it isn't updated daily?Shame,really...since it's actually quite good.
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Many buses and many people!!! Ah ah ah!!!Nice to meet this blog!!!!Muitos ônibus e muita gente!!! Vim aqui hoje pela primeira vez!!!
Amo ONIBUS de Sao Paulo!Quantas saudades. I'm so happy to find this blog. I remember when I was little coming back from school, jumping on a bus of 12pm loaded of people in Avenida Paulista.
Definitely too few buses. But maybe the problem is that people would rather drive than take the bus. Unless the culture changes there will always be a problem!
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