In re-reading my post from yesterday, I realized I forgot to write the most important thing.
where the family has a "concession", for which they pay an annual fee.
I assume there are no windows, etc
because they can be evicted at any time by the Feds, with 90 days notice.
He and his sax are favorites here.
into what I think is the smallest rental room in Chacala. With bath.
Which she plans to rent for $250 ($23US) pesos a night.
Socorro,across the street, rents a large bedroom with bath
and a patio with complete basic kitchen for between $150 and 200 pesos a night.
I just looked at my emails and comments from this post. La Gringa
(I love Hondura's bloggers) in Honduras, commented about about the lack of medical questions and the questions about education. And thinking about it, I thought the lack of medical questions was odd too. Like previous head injuries, what medications are you taking? But who knows?
I have a Master's, which put me in the highest checked box, so that was sort of fun. The box is called "Superior". I liked that.
God knows why they asked about the education level. Actually, I bet it was so that if they thought you couldn't read, they would find a family member or someone to help you with you meds and return appointment etc. I actually saw that happen while we were at the Urgencia. And I didn't get was going on, but now I do. They had someone go out in the yard in front and bring a young man in to help his grandma with her meds.