MiBlog Axiom #65: ‘The Farther you Go from Latin America, the Weirder your Latin Stuff Gets’

Hard to blame the owners of this “Latin” Café in Roubaix, France, for trying to add some color to a town, which once was ground zero for France’s textile industry, and now has succumbed to high unemployment and off-track betting joints.

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1 Response to MiBlog Axiom #65: ‘The Farther you Go from Latin America, the Weirder your Latin Stuff Gets’

  1. Hugo says:

    This is not a faux latin cafe but a regular cafe that also sells tobacco which the majority of French cafees used to do. Havanitos is the name of a classic French brand of cigarillos.

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