Sometimes when we are tired, Terri and I just take short walks around the village. Many homes have chickens and roosters running around, and some have fighting roosters--it's easy to tell the difference: the fighting roosters are large, beautiful, and usually caged or tied by one leg so they can't get away.
Many homes are in the process of being built, or have been damaged by a typhoon, leaving portions of the home unusable by the occupant. As mentioned before, any building--or portion of a building--that has a roof on it are lived in. At first it is hard to believe, especially when you are looking at a small, tin, one-room shack. But on close inspection it becomes clear that someone does live there.