Tag Archives: Off grid camping in Spain

Anna and Kim.

Anna and Kim are an Australian couple, interested in self-sustainability, collecting information about alternative projects in Spain. Kim is a freelance writer who recently finished a master in sustainably ( did I know that existed!) and is putting together a … Continue reading

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Lucia, Ruben and Jairo’s visit to Quemao Viejo.

My friends from Madrid came to visit…and God! I cannot believe we did so many things in one day! First, the photo in front of the cave, which is turning a touristic photo spot 🙂 Next one is the wall … Continue reading

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Easy Peasy, mud squeezy.

This time I am posting about the youngest Quemao Viejo supporters, Sara and Lorena, that visited on a day trip and lend me a hand finishing the arch at the cave’s entrance, showing at the same time that bioconstrucction can … Continue reading

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Zarzadilla de Totana.

Zarzadilla de Totana is a little village in the south of Spain, in the region of Murcia. With a population of 500 people, Zarzadilla is a village with a foot in the past. When walking its narrow streets, one can … Continue reading

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