Venta Micena – Day 7/30

When you saw the remote village and the old farmhouse where I am staying, you were probably wondering if I even had access to water. But you needn’t have worried.

There is even a private swimming pool behind the house.

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No reason to get jealous, though, because I don’t really know how to swim.

If you ever want to come here for holiday, the house is available on Booking and on AirBnB. If it will be your first time using AirBnB, you may sign up via this link to receive 25 € in credit. On Booking, you receive 15 € if you sign up via this link.

About Andreas Moser

Travelling the world and writing about it. I have degrees in law and philosophy, but I'd much rather be a writer, a spy or a hobo.
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22 Responses to Venta Micena – Day 7/30

  1. You can borrow a mattress from the ghost neighbours and then read a book in the pool.

  2. Anne Haefele says:

    WHAT!?! Good time to finally learn.

  3. At least go for a soak.

  4. It’s never too late to learn.

  5. He is just joking.

  6. Dany Sobeida says:

    No concibo que James bond no sepa nadar.

  7. Don’t feel bad, I don’t know how to either 😁

    • So you are one of the few Bolivians who doesn’t care about access to the sea?

    • Dear Andreas, you have no idea how much would I love for my country to have that kind of access to the sea, it will mean a whole lot in our economy, but sadly enough I’m very realistic and I knew from the get go that this was the definition of a frivolous lawsuit.

  8. Ruth Eley says:

    It’s too cold now anyway ;-)

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