It’s time again for regular border crossers – and tourists – to navigate two time zones when the Mexico switches to from Daylight Saving Time this Sunday (Oct. 26). The United States won’t follow suit until Nov. 2. This causes all kinds of problems and surprises for people who go back and forth. The United States and Mexico used to be in synch until last year when the United States opted for a new schedule. This time around San Diego will be one hour ahead of Tijuana for one week, acording to a short but informative article in The San Diego Union-Tribune.
For some interesting stories of how asynchronous time has disrupted life along the border, read this Union-Tribune story from 2007.
Photo of billboard at San Ysidro border lanes. I’m not sure what an egg has to do with yoga, but I’m sure a lot of people waiting in line here can only dream of being in a state of tranquility.