Monday, September 19, 2011

Sushinaloa

The temperature in Culiacán was consistently in the high 90s, and when you factored in the extreme humidity, you get a heat index (sort of the opposite of wind chill factor) reading of about 115°F, which is clearly in the meteorological danger zone. And so under those conditions, your first thought if you're a Sinaloense is, "Man, I'd love me some sushi!" And once you've committed yourself to that, why not eat it outdoors, on the side of a four-lane highway?


This picture was taken early in the morning, so you'll just have to take our word for it that we saw it open on other occasions. Because, honestly, we just couldn't make up something that depraved.

3 comments:

Amiga del Lorax said...

Don't take your pug there!

Anonymous said...

What was worse, the smell of the sushi in that heat or the smell of the gringo in that heat.

Crazy Rita said...

While it may have been stinking down in Sushinoloaland, se huele muy rico aqui en Reynosa!

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