This is just an observation.
When we in the US pass each other on the street we smile and say, “hello.”
Here in La Manzanilla when you pass someone they say, “Adios” or “goodbye.”
I think it has to do with the eternal optimism of the Americans. Where as Mexican history is not one of optimism but more of oppression.
“Hello” or “goodbye” as a greeting. What’s the significance?
WE'RE DONE HERE!
4 years ago