Life in Calape - that is where we live. I put off getting my hair done but this turned out to be a very nice experience.
When I first saw this picture I thought it was Betty
And this is the bathroom sink. There is no such thing as hot and cold water. There is just one facet and that is water. The medicine cabinet is underneath.
This is the kitchen facet. The turn on thing is the short silver thing about 2 inches high. The bottles in back purify the water which we use for vegetables. We can't drink this water but we do brush our teeth with it. The black knob on the facet determines if you are using purified water or regular.
Our clothes drier. Haven't used a drier in 4 1/2 months. The chair in the background is totally useless and that is my garbage container.
Cream on a shelf in the grocery store. No refrigeration.
This is our milk we drink - not too bad if you get it cold.
Just had to include a public restroom. You will notice no seat and no paper. The rest is left up to your imagination.
This is where we buy our meat - a little pork but mostly chicken. Not too far from our apartment and it is very clean.
We buy mangos, bananas, the watermelon looked good but aren't very tasty. Walk down the aisle between the two and they have vegetables. We find good squash, potatoes, carrots and onions. That is our diet. Oh, and they have cabbage and cucumbers too. No lettuce. We buy eggs here too - never refrigerated and we have no idea how long they have been there.