It is comprised thirty-one states and a Federal District, Mexico City, which is its largest and most populous city.It shares borders with the USA to the north and Guatemala and Belize to the southeast, and is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico.Although a middle class has struggled to expand in the cities, the principal division is between the wealthy well-educated elite and the urban and rural poor, who constitute the vast majority of the population. An increasing proportion of the rural population is landless and depends on day labour, often at less than minimum wages, for survival.In many areas, but particularly in the northern half of the country, large landholders form an agricultural elite.To illustrate this, take, for example, the conversations one typically has with family and friends in Mexico: the “¿Ya tienes novio? And it is in these public spaces that people usually meet their significant others.
Modern day clothing is largely similar in style to that found in Western Europe and the United States.Unless you start a fight with a Mexican drug lord after you banged his wife and/or deflowered his daughter, you’ll be fine. In the beginning, you are blown away by their flirtatious attitude. Then you slowly drive up a hill until you reach the fourth or fifth date. If you survive the You can travel to Chihuahua, a city up North, and meet beautiful light-skinned Mexican girls with green eyes.Or you can travel to Puebla, a city in the South, and fall in love with a dark-skinned Latina with hazelnut brown eyes.The Capital: Mexico City ( Major Religion: Catholicism (not official) Main Language: Spanish Climate: Mexico has a diverse range of climates from warm and humid in the south to dry in the north.Temperatures are generally warm, and the coasts can be affected by hurricanes during the autumn and summer.