Some people though just have no clue at all, here is a quote I pulled off another forum:
aren´t humans supposed to evolve, not go back to the stone age just to save money. you have just paid ***,000 euros for a cave. think about it.. a cave. a big hole in a rock on a mountain. do you have a club and a pet tiger too? is your real name wilma? christ, i´m sure that everyone who moves to spain leaves their brains at the airport. would you ever consider living in a cave in the uk ? i doubt it very much.
Home sweet home...
and....bringing home the dinner
Unfortunatly I couldnt find any pics of our local sabre-tooth and Dino,s done a runner... The stereotypical image of a cave is obviously a damp hole in the ground etc but who on earth in their right mind would think that we live in those conditions? Are they mad? Tell the mis-informed that you have phone/electricity/TV/internet etc and your going to get a look like you have three heads. The spanish are also buying up caves and holding onto the ones they have as they have quickly realised the desirability of these unique dwellings.
The reality of cave life is very different (as we all know) I for one am happy living in a part of Spain where the Spanish come on holiday. Take a look at a superb example of a cave here: www.lapiedra.net nothing primative about that. Caves are ecologicly friendly, economical to run, safe and unique, the way of life (if you choose it) that goes with them is well suited to those in search of real Spain.
See more caves on these sites:
Ok, the local volcano has just errupted so I better get off and round up my herd of woolly mammoths.