The enlarged photos came out pretty well. The developer finally used a matte finish. I have been trying to get him to do that since I started having photos printed here, but it never happened. But these photos look very nice. Berta's brand new rentals.
These four photos are of newest locally owned rentals in Chacala. They are Casa de Berta's (she hasn't chosen a name yet), Casa de Angeles's, and Casa de Antonia. And Guilles at Los Pelicanos. At least those are their names for now. These rentals are all locally owned, and very nice.
The main thing I can do is post them on my Chacala Budget Rentals website. But we also brainstorm about ways to advertise, and how make the patios or whatever more attractive to people looking that photos of the units. Or to catch the eyes of people driving /walking around town, looking for a vacation rental. And we have been developing some value-added possibilities that the renter might offer to entice renters. Guilles (Los Pelicano's) new rental, directly on the sandy beach.
There are a couple of businesses here in town that advertise some of the rentals here in Chacala. One is Chacala Escape, run by Trini, the local Spanish teacher. She and her husband, Cundo, also have the airport pickup and tourist tours service. The other business is run by an American woman, at firstname.lastname@example.org. They both charge a percentage for their services, and advertise some of the rentals in Chacala.
The birds are singing like crazy, and the morning sunlight is pouring in the window. It’s defnintely a wonderful day in the neighborhood. May is the nicest time of year in Chacala. Well, actually, it's one of many beautiful months here. But there are few tourist here, and that's a plus for me. And some visitors appreciate being one of only a few tourists in town.