-Conventional traffic rules are for the weak.

-Food prepared in an ant and fly-infested kitchen with limited sanitary measures is more pleasing to the digestive system than food from a Nicaraguan hotel's restaurant.

-Spending a week with people that live in shacks with dirt floors, no indoor plumbing, and limited medical care makes the movie Marley and Me seem fairly irrelevant. (Also, Owen Wilson speaking Spanish is slightly disorienting.)

-Throwing money at a problem is not always the best way to solve it.

-"First house on the right after you turn left by the tortilla stand next to the church" is a legitmate address.

-Limiting carbs is next to impossible in a developing nation. (It would actually be undesirable anyway, since they are the only viable delivery method for Salsa Lizano.)

-We can't help where we are born, whether in America or elsewhere, so we might as well embrace it and make the most of the situation we find ourselves in.



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