The melting pot that is North America is cliché, but it’s a cultural jigsaw puzzle that doesn’t make it any less appealing. With 50 pretty large states in the United States of America, 10 provinces and 3 territories in Canada, and 31 states in Mexico, North America is diverse and full of every nationality you can think of. If you like the sun, head west to California or south to Miami. If sun isn’t what you’re looking for, try the metropolises of Chicago, Boston, New York or a different part of the USA. Maybe you prefer drinking friendly Canada where the legal drinking age is only 19. Still not appetizing enough? Famous for risqué fiestas and some of the hottest women in the world, try Montreal or Las Vegas, or head further south to Cancun, Acapulco, and Cabo San Lucas.
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The USA and Canada produce stunners from West to East. With so many different people living amongst each other, here it’s possible to meet many nationalities without even needing a passport. Many distinct looks and open-minds make the USA and Canada an inspiring place to build an appetite for international travel and of course foreign women. Some high end North American Flags congregate in flagging hotspots such as California and New York, both being contenders for film and fashion capitals. Models, actresses, and everyone alike stop here en route to fame. Quality flags await!
For those who prefer the world comes to them, Canada and the States could be the ideal place to check out. Vancouver, Toronto and Miami have some of the highest populations of foreign-born citizens. This is a domestic flagger’s seventh heaven. The diversity has spawned a new breed of exoticism with so many nationalities in the mix. These cities have a global menu worth reserving a seat for. Remember your bread plate is on your left!
And then there’s Mexico. “In every man’s heart, there’s a Mexican mistress” goes the saying. One look at Salma Hayek and I can understand why. Sultry, sexy, there’s more fun to have here than a Corona ad. South of the border is a whole different kind of North American Flag. Godspeed.