The world is full of so much wonder. True, we have the eight wonders of the world but there is so much more than that.
Each continent is its own world. Each continent has its own people. Each continent has many different cultures.
North America, for instance, has three separate countries all of which that have three separate worlds of their own.
Canada is seen as the politest country but there is so much more than that. They have the Inuit lands, Toronto, French Canada and Nova Scotia. Go to any of those places and try to tell me that they don’t live in their own little worlds. Who knows you might even find someone incredibly rude and hateful.
I don’t even know where to begin with the United States. Every region of the country is so different from the last. The West Coast and the East Coast. North and South. We may all be Americans but we all have our own subcultures that we live and die for.
Mexico is a whole other story. It is so vastly different from its northern counterparts. South of the Border means a rich and deep culture that cannot be compared to any other. Spanish speaking, agriculture working, and loudly celebrating people.
As of right now, North America is my expertise when it comes to wonders of the world but go big or go home right. I’m trying to learn it all. The beautiful traditions of the Chinese, the alcohol driven heaven that is Oktoberfest (which I may be attending this fall), the induction of a new Pope in the Vatican. I want to see all of the strange, different, yet amazing traditions that I only get to see on TV or in the news.
Each continent is its own world. Each country is its own world. Each culture is its own world. And they make up not the eight wonders of the world but the infinite wonders of the world.