Postman’s Day in Mexico

Today’s post comes from Joseph Jochim, fellow blogger and English teacher in Asia.

November 12 is Dia del Cartero — Postman’s Day — in México. The country reserves special days for almost all trades; more than 20,000 postal workers have the day off and citizens will give them a small bonus, typically between 25 and 100 pesos, dependent on how good of a job they believe their mail carrier has done and in appreciation of the work they carry out.

https://stampaday.wordpress.com/2016/11/12/postmans-day-dia-del-cartero-mexico/

11-12-18

 

 

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