We do see some unusual things here. This evening as we drove back to the hotel we passed a woman pushing what looked like a refrigerator on a cart down the street, between the parked cars and the cars on the road, oblivious to the crazy traffic. Alaina guessed that she was selling ice cream out of it. I doubted that, in part because there were no ads anywhere on the freezer. My suspicion was confirmed, it seemed, when we passed and looked back to see a cord to plug it in, so I'm sure it was off and in transit!
Speaking of crazy traffic: Alaina has already referenced the driving here. It is a little more relaxed, in terms of adherence to traffic laws, than in the States (and though we could be a little more tense, I feel very safe with our drivers); drivers think nothing of passing on a double-line no-passing zone as long as there is room for three or more cars to be on the road at the same time - and sometimes even if there is not. Somewhat surprisingly, we saw the vestiges of our first accident tonight - and it looked like it was between two cars going the same direction (or else they spun around that way).
MacJohn's - that's the name of a fast-food eatery we have visited once now. The owner aspires for it to reach the PizzaHut level, and his pizza is some of the best food we've had yet, but he has a ways to go. He hails from Egypt and seems to like to talk to Americans (we heard this from another family here, and witnessed it ourselves). He also takes pride in his ability to nearly replicate any burger you can get at McDonalds (I suspect the names are related?), though we didn't try it. But it's an interesting place, and one of the few around with a menu in English.