Jan 18, 2015

Interesting Facts About Mexico...

There are no facts, only interpretations.
If the facts don't fit the theory, change the facts...
I always like to know a little more of each place we go to.  So today I just started
checking up on facts (not necessarily known) about Mexico.  For me it's always fun and
in the process I might pick up some useful information, but if I listen to Arvid this is what he
has to say, "who cares?"  This is the same answer no matter what country it is.  When I check up on
facts about Norway or read him some news from there it's always, "I could cares less"
I guess there is a lot of educating for me to do here.  Not going to be easy, but we have time.

Mexico introduced chocolate, corn, and chilies to the world.

The largest wildcat in North America is the jaguar, which can be found 
Mexico's southern jungles.

The first printing press in North America was used in Mexico City in 1539.

The National University of Mexico was founded in 1551 by Charles V of Spain and
 is the oldest university in North America.

The border between Mexico and the United States is the second largest border 
in the world (only the U.S.-Canadian border is longer.

Mexico is second only to Brazil in the number of Catholic citizens.

I'm pretty sure there are quite a few more interesting facts.
For now, fact for us is that we are really enjoying it here.
We have found another piece of Paradise where we can relax and 
enjoy the simple things in life.  Bond a little more with nature 
(something we never do in Florida) and just forget about everything
and focus on just enjoying life.  Little secret, I never stop thinking of Brutus!

 Here in Mexico everyday is Margarita time.
Looking forward to it again. Wishing you all good times and a good day.
Remember, facts are many but the truth is one!

People will generally accept facts as truth
 only if facts agree with what the already believe...