WE LEFT THE RAT RACE EIGHT YEARS AGO AND RETIRED TO THIS LITTLE ISLAND IN THE CARIBBEAN. THIS IS MY ACCOUNT OF THE TRIALS, TRIBULATIONS, AND LITTLE JOYS OF LIVING IN MEXICO.
No thanks! This is the 1st year that I've noticed a guy selling this stuff. Lots of vendors I haven't seen this year, but I haven't been to the beach every day!
i always wondered HOW they do that ... every ... single ... day. young, old, they are always out on the beach. selling, selling, selling. each year when i go to isla, i see the same people on the beach selling their wares whether it be coconuts, nuts, bracelets and swim suit cover ups. the young kids break my heart, but that is their life. it's what they know. took me a few years to let that one go. :) - trina in idahops... thank you for the picture!
The worst job I ever had was cleaning chicken coops when I was a kid. I spent a few years as a rough neck in the oil fields, that was no picnic. Selling stuff on the beach-depends on if they're buying...Good to see you're back in the saddle. Sorry about your brother.
When you get down on your luck in Mexico and don't have family to fall back on you have nothing! No salvation army or homeless shelter to take you in!
Tough job .... but it beats being in snow and freezing temps!
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