Taxi’s of Masaya

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Masaya, Nicaragua
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Chokk Chokk
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Making noice all the time May 12, 2010
I was walking around in the streets of Masaya when I noticed that most of the cars driving in the city turned out to be different versions of local taxis, so I started to take pictures of them when they passed me.

The taxis were all small different models of Japanese and Korean cars. Many of them have loads of dents and are kept together with all kinds of tape. Many of them have also coloured tape in the windows in order to cover for the sun.

The taxi’s keep on honking for everyone they pass, in order to attract customers and they keep filling them until the last seat. Sometimes I had to laugh when I saw a small car with 3 adults and 6-7 kids in them.
Even more red
Chokk says:
Yeah - it was quite funny
Posted on: Jun 13, 2010
ken2010 says:
Hi Christian, I really like this one... :)
Posted on: Jun 13, 2010
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