No, you are right, but I am beginning to wonder about mr g53's thread starter questions. He seemed legit at first and may very well be so, but the topics he starts are growing a bit unusual. And plentiful.But knowing several people doesn't mean that all people have knowledge
It does seem very unusual, but then I asked about dying in Mexico and some weren't sure I wasn't trolling. :lol:No, you are right, but I am beginning to wonder about mr g53's thread starter questions. He seemed legit at first and may very well be so, but the topics he starts are growing a bit unusual. And plentiful.
Not limited to estranged Mexicans. A great number of gringos with experience limited to visiting Tijuana and getting buzzed on margaritas, eating a plate of nachos, and having their picture taken atop one of the famed zebras often come back with expert opinions on all things Mexican.Apparently not. But I know several people who were born in Mexico but raised in the US and they all still have a certain knowledge of Mexican customs and how life is back in Mexico.
Even if he'd asked "Do some Mexicans sleep in hammocks instead of beds?" it would still be a child-like question as some people who are <insert any nationality> sleep in hammocks.A legitimate question. An older hotel I stayed at in Cozumel had rings in the walls to hang hammocks to sleep extra people.
Not all of Mexico is hot and humid. Mexico City weather is usually warm/cool and dry, except during the rainy season, of course .Just to clarify, yes i was born in Mexico, came to the USA at 2 yrs & never returned.i do not know much about living in Mexico. I think like an american. The reason for the bed question is i was wondering if you slept in a bed you'd sweat to death from the humidity. I have never slept in a hammock. Was on one at a friends house & the ropes dug into my back.