‘Asi es la vida’, in Spanish means, “such is life.”
Our Casa de la Playa, House of the Beach, once reigned at the end of this road. Now the road is blocked by a tall fence that encloses a condominium building called The Albatros. Our old Grand Dame was bulldozed within months of our sale to new owners from Mexico City.
Somehow their assurances at the time of the sale that they loved the casa and would use it for years to come made saying ‘adios’ a bit easier. They obviously hadn’t loved it as much as they claimed.
Ah, but, asi es la vida.
The garden area once at the side of the casa is now a very snug parking lot. The Albatros is one of a half dozen such multi-storied condo buildings that line the Bucerias beachfront these days – each vying for buyers.
We smiled as we noted the many “For Sale’ signs plastered to the front of this five unit building. And continued smiling as we walked down the beach.
Yes, Asi, es la vida.
Casa de la Playa was ever so much more attractive than what's there now. eew!ReplyDelete
It looks so sadly different. Akin to the bakery and Gram's house in Meridian. BTW, the bakery is no longer a defunct tattoo parlor.ReplyDelete
Great post. I was checking constantly this weblog and I am impressed! Very useful information specifically the last section :) I care for such information much. I was looking for this certain info for a long time. Thanks and good luck.ReplyDelete