22 December 2009
I'm still not sure if it blows in or out, but cool. Held in place by a sheet of plywood.
How do you cool a vehicle with no windows? With no possibilities for airconditioning in jeepneys, the best is to rely on cross-ventilation and bursts of speed. This guy helps things along by installing an exhaust fan by his window, removable upon entry or exit.
A far shot, Eurotel-abouts.
Labels: philippines. metro manila
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