[before_listing images= youtube=null] As run-down properties with fairly good-sized ground is quite cheap to be had in Bulgaria, the soil is very fertile, a non-materialistic lifestyle more the norm then here in the UK I would love to move and look for single parents to take the step with me….
I am good at diy, permaculture, less good in all things mechanic….[landbuddy_listing youtube=null]

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6 Responses to “Single parents: self-sufficiency in Bulgaria”

  1. Jochen, Maya, Leela, Tau and Kyanjali

    Kremastie…
    an opportunity for all our friends!!!

    As our wishes for sharing our life with more families and people starts to occupy us deeply,
    we have found out that our neighbor land is for sale.

    So now we are calling for anybody who is seeking to live a free life in the forest, enjoying the rare opportunity of good air, silence, clear spring water for drinking and bathing, self grown organic food and isolated beaches and hiking areas just nearby.

    Welcome is everybody who’s vision for sharing life, is build on cooperation in may aspects, mindfulness in every action and a deep understanding, that successful and happy life is possible when participating, giving, caring and sharing is in abundance without expectation for personal gain.

    Our priority is to have a minimum of two families living with us, in order to create an alternative and free educational environment for the children. This should be based on respect for individual capacities and interests, focusing on the nourishment of natural talents and the working with the environment and people around.

    Apart of this we are open to have people in this project who just want to pass for some time to help and learn, and of course people to buy or share the ownership of a land for use like they desire. In order to create a space of love in a natural surrounding in which, by a flow of giving and receiving, there is a magical quality of living unfolding.

    Our vision for the beginning is to combine our land and the neighboring lands for common use. Which means a big garden, big hall for activities (like celebrations; workshops; any practices… yoga, music dancing, martial arts, theater etc.) outdoor kitchen, common facilities for a few camping spots (later huts) for visitors and volunteers.
    We want to create a base of people who sustain the place and have in the same time a life in the wild with a lot of privacy, as well as common areas for sharing activities.

    Please feel free to send this mail to anyone who could be interested in such a project.

    We are looking forward to hear from you, also any questions, suggestions or advice!!

    Blessings to you all, (kremastie@yahoo.com)
    Jochen, Maya, Leela, Tau and Kyanjali (www.facebook.com/kremastie)

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  2. sdimelow

    Hi, I have recently thought about starting an eco village in Bulgaria. I am from the uk also. The land seems affordable, and the climate is better. If you are still considering this, or have started something already please be in touch

    Scott

    dimmaz88@hotmail.com

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  3. Janek_Slav

    Hi im living with my family right now im 22 skilled in computers hardware and software wise im labor capable like construction work etc i done school in gastronomy.

    I lived in Sarasota county in FL for 12 years now im back in Europe living here for 4+ years.

    I think im a open minded person who enjoys life likes helping people who deserve and want the help…

    My Skype is: Jan Havlasek

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  4. Bill Kratzer

    Bulgaria is a bit far from Texas, but I have a vw van, diesel pickup, generator, skills to make wind and water pwr generation, have two horses, large dog, mig welder, small torch set, carpentry, mechanical, electrical repair skills,wanting to make a saw mill. 58 years old,but longevity runs in my family, unlicensed pilot, already been struck by lightning.so I’m a good risk

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  5. dacy

    Hi Annette,
    Does it have to be Bulgaria or would you consider another location equally as warm? I have some land and am hoping to form a community, maybe we should talk.
    dacy@btinternet.com

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  6. Michael

    I looked into this a few weeks ago. We have friends in Bulgaria who are bulgarian. Their main concern was proximity to Gypsies. Not that is necessarily an issue, but culturally respect of other’s property is not always high. Hence some places with seriously cheap property. But by all means go check first and try and get independent advice.

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