All our guests have walked down the beach for lunch today so I've got a little free time to answer more questions from the other side of the non-existent wall.
For those of you who don't already know our story the basic timeline runs like this:
My wife and I (both serial travelers) met 14 years ago at a bar in Mokpo, South Korea - where we were both teaching at hagwons (private language schools).
Yadda, yadda, we decided to shack up and move to Saigon for another healthy dose of ESL glory.
After selling my house in the Seattle area we gave ESL one more roll of the dice in Santiago, Chile before tiring of it and deciding that we'd like to start our own business in tourism.
Back to Korea we went for 3 years of hard work and personal economic austerity.
After saving our balls and/or ovaries off, we bought a chunk of land off the beach in Mexico and figured out how to build our own hotel from scratch.
And nearly 7 years later we're still here and kicking ass - at least on TripAdvisor, haha.
Ask me anything about living where you don't need to own socks, pants or shoes.
Gregory De Jans
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