Friday, July 30, 2010

Making Limonada

With the city of Querétaro practically being washed away by relentless rains, it was nice to get off the subway this morning and see the tourist board moving quickly to make a virtue out this.


It's that sort of nimble thinking that makes the town the #1 non-beach tourist destination year after year.

11 comments:

Bob said...

You have got to be kidding,right...

Burro Hall said...

No. Isn't it obvious? There's a lot of rain, so the town is now 100 feet under water, and so the tourist board is running an ad campaign in the US playing up the amazing fact that you can scuba dive over the trees here. I 100% believe that that is exactly what's going on, and so I wrote a post expressing my sincere appreciation of their efforts. And now I'm responding to your question with a totally straight face.

Dave said...

Bob, You have to trust me that this blog is a 100% snark-free, reliable source of information on all things South of the Border. I wouldn't settle for anything less. If Burro Hall says the town is 100 feet under water, you can bet he's blogging in SCUBA gear. In fact, if you look closely at the poster......

Bob said...

It would seem that your heavy drug use in the past is starting to shine through here...

Run with it Forest..

Don Quixoto said...

Sometimes you just have to go with an acknowledged expert on these matters.

From the current tone I'd go with steroids as a guess.

Bob said...

Large amounts of advil...

Dave said...

I'd have to agree on the insipid part..as for making my day, hardly. More likely to evoke eye-rolling for me.

victor said...

Dude, are you in that nasty city again trying to make money? Missing your thoughts!!

Anonymous said...

living underwater is the new fashion thing in Mexico

Burro Hall said...

Sorry, Victor - real life gets in the way sometimes....

家唐銘 said...

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