This is my protest

Edgars protest is probably the most pacific protest in the world. As long as you see sustainable living in an ecovillage as a revolt. The former permaculture teacher from Peru has been living in nature for over 20 years and now he has it all; a warm shower, a washing machine and even a terrace heater. Because living in nature is not about suffering. It's about living in luxury and having a choice. Edgar has chosen the easy life with fresh air, clean water and food from the garden. Where everyday is like sunday except thursday.. that's market day.

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