[Column] Field research day 2 – Most of the Romanian property is already bought by Italian

I visited another village in Romania.

Like most of the other villages, almost half of the properties have already been bought by Italian for some reason.

I don’t know why it’s always Italian. I feel like I’m always the second one after them.

 

The guest house we stopped at was also owned by some Italian people.

However, it’s nicely renovated and modernized. They did really a great job.

 

If we ever have a chance to purchase such property, we should definitely consider their idea.

 

A family with 3 kids were renting it for the weekend activity.

The husband is Swedish, mother is Ecuadorian. Kids were born in Moscow, Abu Dhabi and Egypt.

They chose to live in Romania and actually they are living around the corner from my apartment in Bucharest.

 

They were amazed at the self-sustaining life style of the village.

but the property has the entirely modernized shower, kitchen, and everything. The water comes from well.

The sewage goes deep underground, which is the same system as a part of Tokyo.

 

The guest house makes employment as well.

They serve dinner for the guests in the summer kitchen. Cleaners, managers are all employed locally too.

 

If we ever have a chance to have such property for Japanese people, they can be the local Romanian and also Japanese.

 

The village consists of three parts, Romanian residents, Hungarian residents, and also Gypsy residents (Not dangerous in this area).

It’s about 9 hours from Bucharest by car. Distance can be advantage and also disadvantage depending on the purpose.

 

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You can ignore the truth but the truth won’t ignore you.

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Français :

[Édito] Recherche sur site, jour 2 – La plupart des propriétés roumaines sont déjà achetées par des italiens

 

J’ai visité un autre village roumain.

Comme dans la plupart des autres villages, pratiquement la moitié des propriétés ont été achetées par des italiens.
Je ne sais pas pourquoi c’est toujours des italiens. J’ai l’impression de toujours arriver après eux.

La pension de famille où nous nous sommes arrêtés était aussi à des italiens.
Elle a cependant été joliment rénovée et modernisée. Ils ont vraiment fait du bon travail.

Si on arrive à avoir une chance d’acheter une propriété pareille, on devra vraiment se pencher sur leurs idées.

Une famille de 3 enfants la louait pour le week-end.
Le mari est suédois, la mère est équatorienne. Les enfants sont nés à Moscou, Abu Dhabi et en Égypte.
Ils ont décidé de vivre en Roumanie et de fait ils vivent au coin de ma rue à Bucarest.

Ils étaient stupéfait du style de vie autarcique du village.
mais la propriété a été entièrement modernisée, douche, cuisine, et tout le reste. L’eau vient du puits.
Le forage descend profondément, c’est le même système que dans une partie de Tokyo.

La pension de famille crée aussi des emplois.
Ils servent le diner aux invités dans la cuisine d’été. Les gens de ménage et les patrons sont aussi tous des locaux.

Si on arrive à avoir une telle propriété, on pourra employer des roumains et des japonais aussi.

Le village se divise en trois, des roumains, des hongrois et quelques gitans (Non problématiques dans cette région).
C’est à environ 9 heures de voiture de Bucarest. La distance peut être un avantage et un désavantage aussi selon les cas.

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Vous pouvez ignorer la vérité mais la vérité ne vous ignorera pas.

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