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 report about alternative ways of living in relation to the economic crisis. He  pointed that It would be good to visit the project even when it is just at the beginning, so It would be possible to learn the difficulties when starting.

We met at one of the village’s bars, where our friends had the chance to merge with the local youngsters.


I was interviewed there by Kim. Just saying because it is nice when somebody shows interest. It helps you think you are not the only mad man out there. Also, listening to yourself answering the questions makes you realize where you are. If that makes any sense!

After that we had a walk at Quemao Viejo:


There we visited  the places and the future projects:


Then we had the photo in front of the cave ( I must admit I am starting to become a photo-in-front-of-the-cave collector). And because we didn’t have time to carve a boomerang , Kim suggested a bit of surfing ( Ok, sorry, stupid stereotype!!)


later that night we had time to join the locals for a dinner:


I asked Anna to take some photos. I find nice to see things trough other’s eyes. I like this one:


Many thanks for your interest. I hope you enjoy the rest of your trip and find your way into sustainability. Kim, do not forget to pass on the results of your report!



About Quemao Viejo

A project to scape the Rat Race with a micro-camping site and a veterinary practice using local medicinal plants.
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1 Response to Anna and Kim.

  1. Juan says:

    local youngsters… hehe ¡Viri por Dios! PD: La Rubia mola… Visit

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