The Metro Experience

A link to this was posted to my Facebook page the other day, with the promise that it would bring back memories. It sure did. I’m looking forward to my commutes when I return. I never tired of the metro. Although I did avoid the busiest parts of the line in rush hour whenever possible. Life gets crazy in rush hour.

The video was taken by a chap called Santiago Arau – you should check out his Vimeo page for a few more pretty cool Mexico videos. I do like Vimeo. I didn’t renew my subscription with them because I simply didn’t have the cash at the time. I’d sell them a nice bit of ad space on my blog – say, for about what it costs for a years sub to Vimeo! Out of interest, has anyone ever signed up for Vimeo, or gone and bought a Pro account on the basis of my blog? I know I did get a few enquiries…

4 Comments

  • A while back, I downloaded the software for Vimeo. But I found it turned on the camera on my laptop all the time, which I found creepy. So I uninstalled the software, never to reinstall again.

    Kim G
    Boston, MA
    Where we really don’t like the idea of someone watching us through our own webcam.

    • I haven’t (yet) been on the BART, so I’ll have to take your word for it! I suspect the Mexican version is more fun close up and personal though. And at rush hour, you really do get close up and personal… 🙂

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