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A year in the life of one foot in the cave





A year in the life of one foot in the cave takes a look at this years blog entries, along with any updates and reflections that we thought worth sharing.

Although before I start, I have to be honest and say that It seems far too soon to be doing a review of 2016. I do sometimes wonder where time goes ?

one foot in the cave, A year in the life of one foot in the cave

After all, we started discussing an eventual move to Spain back in September 2012 (whilst sitting on an agricultural terrace in Machu Picchu, Peru). Back then, we had set a goal of being in Spain by the end of 2016. We will actually be there in January 2017, but I think that in the grand scheme of things we can overlook a couple of weeks !

Anyway, enough of the waffling … here goes and I hope you enjoy the read 🙂 Continue reading

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A brief history of Cave living in Spain





Our cave living around the world series has so far seen us in Africa, Asia and Australia. Now we are finally home, as we look at cave living in Spain 🙂

Once I started research for this entry, I quickly came to appreciate the rich history that Spain has when it comes to cave living. What’s more, further discoveries are still being made !

To fully understand cave living in Spain though, we first have to travel back in time … a really, really long way back in time !
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Cave Living in Australia





The next in our series on cave living around the world looks at cave living in Australia, revealing a unique underground town.

Coober Pedy is a small Australian town with a population of about 2000 people.  Located in northern South Australia 846 km (526 miles) north of Adelaide, It is well-known as an underground town as well as being the opal capital of the world.
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Cave Living in Asia





The second in our series on cave living around the world looks at cave living in Asia and reveals a truly amazing variety of caves dwellings.

Whilst I was not surprised that the largest continent in the World is home to the greatest number of cave dwellings, the diversity of the cave dwellings truly astounded me. Continue reading

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Cave living around the world





If you were to do a google search on cave living around the world, I think that you would be quite surprised with what that search revealed. I can testify to this as that is exactly what I did after becoming a self-confessed cave dweller.

cave living around the world

Previously, I had only associated cave living with prehistoric man of our history books.  When I started to research cave houses in Andalucia I soon learnt that  many of the refurbished caves within the region date back as far as the Moorish times.   Continue reading

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