The same person said something about what impact this blog might or might not be having on Chacala, and on the people who live here. It's scary to think about that for me. I hope if this blog has an impact, it is to the good. But whatever....
which is located behind this building, overlooking the ocean.
90 cents an hour, US.
Dona Lupe would like to rent a downstairs room here
with two beds and a shared bath for $135US a month
learning to filet the fish, which are fresh off the fishing boats of local Chacaleans.
It is built behind the stone column with the strangler fig tree grown around it.
The property belongs to Olga, or Om. And is just lovely.
They will be having a "Grand Opening" between Christmas and New Year's.
I can barely lead my own life, so I shouldn´t be telling other people how to lead theirs. Even when I have strong opinions on the subject.Another odd thing about writing this blog, and the gardening one too, is that I am still running into people who think I am a man, apparently based on how I write this blog. I always wonder if somehow I write like a man, or maybe my interests indicate maleness. Or something. It does seem curious to me. Or maybe it's just the projections of the readers.
If you are considering buying real estate in Chacala, it's worth checking on the background of the person who is serving as a realtor. The laws about buying property are very complicated in Mexico, and very different from in the U.S. and Canada. And there are currently no laws or registration or people selling real estate here. This is a "BUYER BEWARE" situation.