This is my second trip to the Dayman termas but there are others in this province. About 80 km from Salto are the Termas of Arapey with five star hotels, water parks, restaurants, shopping, The Dayman termas are only a short bus ride out of Salto and the facilities are not pretentious, the surrounding town tiny.

Leaving the termas and strolling the village, I think on how it would be to own a place here and rent it out when I’m not using it? When I came to visit here, I would have a place to stay that generated income the rest of the year when I was back in New Mexico.

Near the back of the village I find such a complex is being built. This complex, as described by a large billboard in front, has the latest nuances and features its own hot pools, wi-fi, laundry room, patios and balconies, and security. It is not too large, but at 45 units there will be monthly fees and management costs.

If I want to own and rent in Salto, all I have to do is go to their website.

Thinking it through, I decide there has to be more than fishing and hot soaks to entice me to come back to Salto and having one piece of real estate in New Mexico is plenty.

Salto is a middle class town, of middle size, for middle thinking people, with middle pocketbooks and imaginations.

Too many hot soaks can’t be good for me.



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