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Esterilla is essentially flattened bamboo and can be used as flooring, wall paneling, and anything else where you need a strong flat material. In Ecuador we saw it used as walls in many local homes. We happened to come across … Continue reading
It’s summer time and if you know what’s good for you, you’ll be spending some serious time in the sun. Standard sunscreens are packed with chemicals that are bad for your body, the ocean, and reefs. Organic sunscreens can be … Continue reading
The search for a sustainably built home has led us all over the place in the past months. We’ve been learning a lot about various green building methods and materials, from hay bales, to clay, earth ships and bamboo. … Continue reading
Homelessness is over-rated. Sure it’s nice for a little while – no rent, no mortgage, nothing keeping us in one place or another – but after a few months of staying at other people’s homes and constantly having to move … Continue reading
We are constantly on the hunt for good land for sale. When a too-good-to-be-true ad for a big piece of cheap land led us down ever-narrowing roads, we got out and started walking, admiring the plant life along the way.
If I had endless amounts of money…. I’d buy organic everything. Unfortunately, I do not have endless amounts of money (very unfortunate), so while wandering the produce aisle, it’s sometimes very hard to choose. A small bunch of organic cilantro … Continue reading
Hiking through permaculture farms and admiring bamboo structures makes one quite thirsty. Usually, quality hoppy libations are inaccessible in Latin America, which is why we were so ecstatic to happen upon Cafe Flor and Roche’s Brewery in Canoa, Ecuador. We’d … Continue reading