Greetings from, er… North America?
1) WHAT IS NORTH AMERICA?: “North America is often divided into subregions but no universally accepted divisions exist.”
2) US AND CANADA: “North America may be used to refer to the United States and Canada together.“
3) “MEXICO TOO?: “Usage often includes Mexico (as with North American Free Trade Agreement) and other entities.”
4) FLORIDA WHAT?: “The Spanish called North America Florida.“
5) OR VIRGINIA!: “The English called their portion of North America Virginia.“
6) NORTH-ERN- AMERICA: “Northern America is used to refer to the northern countries and territories of North America: Canada, the United States, Greenland, Bermuda, and St. Pierre and Miquelon. They are often considered distinct from the southern portion of the Americas, which largely comprise Latin America.”
So, it seems safe to say I am in North America (at least geo-politically) but I am not in Northern America.
Or perhaps I hit North America months ago when good ol’ Captain Jean and I sailed into the Kuna Yala islands off the coast of Panama,
7) CENTRAL AMERICA: “Central America comprises the southern region of (North America).”