Former Mexican President Vicente Fox’s hacienda in San Cristóbal Guanajuato has been listed on Airbnb.
Staying at the hacienda where Vicente Fox grew up also includes a dinner with the former president himself and a tour of his Centro Fox presidential library.
Bookings must be made for at least three nights and can accommodate up to six people for 770 thousand pesos, or 37.5 thousand USD.
Covering the cost of this three-night Airbnb stay would take over two years of the average Mexican’s total salary, which currently stands just north of 16.7 thousand USD per year.
As of yet, nobody has taken the former president up on his offer, which is not exactly surprising as he is not exactly beloved by most.
According to the Airbnb listing, proceeds from the rental will help fund student scholarships through Fox’s Centro Fox charity.
Since leaving office in 2006, former President Fox has spent much of his time running charities and working toward the legalization of marijuana in Mexico — an industry in which he is heavily invested.
“One would hope that at those crazy prices on Airbnb one would walk away with a truck full of grade A quality weed as a parting gift,” Guanajuato resident Miguel R. Cervera said on Facebook.
Campaigning as a right-wing populist, Fox ran for and was elected on the National Action Party (PAN) ticket, becoming the first president not from the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) since 1929.
Fox is currently the co-president of Centrist Democrat International, an international organization of center-right political parties.