Puerto Rican here, I been wondering why most of the construction on this islands is not concrete like we do here in PR. Most of our construction is concrete because of hurricanes. Honestly, what where they thinking?
Now he gets to redecorate the way he wanted with insurance money
How did he survive that?! Going to the pub and to have a pint and waiting for it all to blow over?
At least he has beer! And life. At least he's alive and has beer!
But also beer!
On the other hand, imagine how relieved and happy the person who sold the house to him is.
thats not optimal
I've been to Tortolla, stayed on an island hotel called Saba Rock, hotel was the only thing on a very small island.
Ate dinner at a restaurant that you literally walked up stairs carved into a cliff to get to and ate overlooking an inlet/mini bay type area. It was unreal.
Truly is a beautiful area.
That fucking sucks. I'm totally sympathetic to that. That said, don't hurricanes run amok all over that area frequently? This is the reason that I wouldn't buy property in Florida or Tornado Alley unless it was specifically designed to resist the force.
Note to self, apparently buying a home in the hurricane belt is a bad idea as a foreigner.
Didn't we all knew this was going to be a shit storm last Friday?
I suppose he closed the deal long ago, but damn..
I love the open floor plan he's gone with here. Disaster chic could be the next big thing
That's what insurance is for.
What better way to deal with the situation. I raise my imaginary hat to you. The is surely better now though.
Well, he's got a lovely balcony now. Fuck it, redesign it around the damage.