In a lot of places, like Mexico, El Salvador, Bolivia, Paraguay, there are street vendors selling stuff like tacos, empanadas, even ceviche and fresh fruit juice.
When I realized that there are few public restrooms, let alone a place to wash up, my appetite for street food went way down.
Something like this could have happened to Mr Ramirez.
Come to think of it, in the lunch wagons that visit construction sites and office parks in the US, where do those employees wash up? Granted most of what they sell is prepackaged and they wear gloves (with no proper glove protocol), but without a sink and hot water they don't wash up any more than the taco stands in Ensenada.
posted on 01/12/2007 2:40:32 PM PST
Come to think of it, in the lunch wagons that visit construction sites and office parks in the US, where do those employees wash up?
They use the "hot dog" water...
posted on 01/12/2007 2:43:29 PM PST
by King Moonracer
(Bad lighting and cheap fabric, thats how you sell clothing.)
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