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Riding in Working Class Mexico

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don’t we just love how the mexican culture is so willing and ready to serve and help us and attend to our needs well now let’s look and peek into their hopes their dreams their hard work and see what they are doing to help their families their children and their children’s children to have a secure future so this is the other side of bahia este watulco this is called h2 and h3 this is coming down the hill there’s a root going up in a root coming down to town and you can see how there’s all different levels of prosperity and some are just starting to build there’s businesses here that they’re putting together some have already built they are building their own part of town their own way of life their own constructions their own businesses and their own futures and these people make futures for their grandchildren for themselves to live struggling for their children to join in with that struggle as they grow and then the ultimate goal is the grandchildren have a safe secure place always that they can be accepted and welcome no matter what life brings them that’s the goal for any family in mexico truthfully speaking there’s not a culture in the world that didn’t have to start out that’s all these are cities that are in the beginning stages that’s all they’re not to be shunned they’re not to be looked down on by no means i wish you could sit down and talk to your great-grandparents it was no different it might have had a different music a different smell in the kitchen a different attire or custom clothing in different parts of the country but every country has its beginnings every new areas within same countries have new beginnings right so this is just the development of a new other side of watuko i always tell you in my videos when i’m teaching like this these are things i want you to see so that when you get here you’re not in shock or in awe are confused or even worried there is nothing to be worried about you watch retire in mexico and you learn about daily life moving to and retiring in mexico so that when you get here or even after you’re here for a while and discover our channel that your eyes can be opened your mind your thoughts can feel more tranquil and understand what’s going on okay so let’s take it all in this is just going from bies dorado’s condominium apartments at the top of the hill on h3 down to jordania street which is the street that goes from the mexicana grocery store to the casa pepe hardware store and this is where probably a majority of the people who serve you with a smile live this is a part of the hill that has been around longer you can tell it’s more developed what a beautiful fruit stand and vegetable stand see this area oh there you go buy your meat carnositia this area has been there longer they call a a double a dubliah and there’s two of them that we depicted on this ride there’s one so it’s just a community a regular community okay that’s the seamstress or the tailor oh there’s the little store with it’s got a school supply section in it and this is a bodega it’s a big distributor warehouse for uh supplying all the little abhorrentis the little mom and pop stores that’s where they get their products see how the ladies like their plants they’ll put plants in anything truthfully plastic containers are expensive here so we do use anything for plants this is more developed here in this area people can rent rooms for a thousand two thousand pesos a month but it’s not for expats you don’t have any business trying to figure out how to live in this area you need to adapt first where the x-pacs and higher up business owners live in la cruza sita and bahia este watuko this is not a place to come to learn to live in mexico you’re not ready for that you don’t you don’t know how that way of life is how they handle their water supply electric supply propane glass gas living with outdoor bathrooms or living in a room without running water this is not what you’re ready for i know a lot of you have done that i know i’m real proud of some of the expats that i know that have backpacked the world and taught english 40 years in oriental countries but one thing at a time right got to get your feet wet first there’s no reason to look for a hundred dollars a month rental when you can go to 200 a month rental and have everything you need and be close to what you need and have expects around you in case you get sick or need a little bit of help expects need to stick together you know there’s an 80 20 20 80 rule right so why not focus on that wonderful 80 percent of the other expats and learn the 20 that’s toxic negative or problematic and try to ignore that part do make friends with x-pacs that can be harmonious and congenial with you they may have their quirks or not vote for the person you want you know but you need to keep your community of expects united you guys need to be able to depend on each other you need to have a structured expect family find your own family among the expats that you can may not live with day and night and go to the beach on monday tuesday and wednesday you do hamburgers and then have your schedule totally saturated with expects but make your friends and cultivate them and remember their birthdays and be able to rely on each other i’m talking 25 years experience retired in mexico living in mexico mothering in mexico teaching in mexico okay our next video is going to be going up the hill we just went down the hill and then we’re going to go up the hill to bia dorados i want you to see the other side of the road going up and i want you to see these apartments fred and i have two different wonderful contacts for you to talk to if interested bye for now


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