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These aren’t the only challenges. There are language and communication issues, both locally and further afield. The internet being what it is in Mexico has Dan climbing trees looking for a strong enough signal to complete important financial transactions. Then there is the constant battle with the local wildlife, snakes, iguanas, lizards, and tarantulas, that just don’t agree with the new rule that their place is OUTSIDE the house. Repairs and new construction projects are stubbornly done the Mexican way, much to the new owners’ bafflement while baby goats dance merrily on the top of vehicles.
A read in a million and one you won't want to miss.
The reader gets to know the charming, sometimes wacky, sometimes scary people and animals that come along the way. With them or in spite of them they slowly build a sustainable home, retreat and place of learning for themselves, their family and countless others.
I admire Dan and Holly a great deal for taking this on. The Diaries are a story of the hard work, heartbreak and assimilation necessary to create their constantly revised dream. It is also a story of the joys it brings.
I look forward to a sequel!
Dan captures the frustrations, joys with realistic descriptions, emotions y humor. This was especially meaningful as l know Mayto, live in the country/jungle, ridden the cabalgatas, live In Mexico,,,my street Spanish serves me well. I live everyday in gratitude which Dan has expressed in his book.