Another Transportation Story

I believe I experienced a “personal best” yesterday. I had to travel to Kingston for a doctor’s appointment. Now that I think about it, there were two personal bests. My first best came when I boarded a 4-row passenger mini-van taxi. I was the second passenger to board. When all was said and done, there were 27 people (including the driver) in that mini-van! There were kids 3-deep in my row.

My second personal best has to do with the number of vehicles I traveled in to get to and from my appointment: 5 taxis, 2 Peace Corps vehicles, and 1 bus. Official diagnosis from the doctor, “Menopause.”

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5 Responses to Another Transportation Story

  1. This post reminded me of the VW van taxis I rode while a student in Mexico–I was either sitting on a lap, or someone was sitting on mine.

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  3. joan van de moortel says:

    Well, I hear a musical here – you dancing on a sandy beach, water falling, palms waving:
    5 mini-van taxis
    4 passenger rows
    3-deep kids per row
    2 Peace Corps vehicles
    and a hot (flashing) PC volunteer!

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