Water has continued to be a challenging theme this week.
Finally, after waiting 4 days longer than we’d intended, the tractor driver returned to continue digging our hole for water. Apparently it was a misunderstanding, but anyway, he came, he dug and he conquered. The hole is bigger and we’re convinced that a good supply of water is close-by.
A few days before that we woke up to find our reservoir completely empty. Luckily we sought out a company pretty quickly that could send a lorry to the village with 18,000 litres of water. A solution to the immediate problem, but we know that a more long term one has to be found.
We’ve been here now for just over a month and every day we find a new surprise given to us by mother nature. There are lots of cork oak trees, something not found in Northern Europe, but very common in the South.
The cork can be used for many things and for us would make the perfect way to close the bottles of organic hemp oil we are selling. But, right now we don’t have the expertise. So we’re hoping that a lovely volunteer will materialise who knows how to harvest the cork.
Yesterday we set up at the Barcelona Yoga Conference 2016. Over 800 people will be participating over the next 4 days and Endoca will be there to spread the word about hemp’s health giving benefits and to invite yogi’s to come and use the Endoca Village. Check out the cool video Paolo has made.
With two meditation/yoga spaces and plenty of room to camp, we really hope that very soon we’ll be hosting lots of workshops and events in tune with our Endoca mission.
If you are interested in doing a workshop at the village you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or if you want to volunteer apply directly via the Endoca Institute Volunteers Application Form