Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Recreation area at Geshaview

When we built Geshaview our main concern was to preserve the trees and natural landscaping. One thing that we required though was a flat, level recreation/playing area where outdoor events could be held.
David Hollands talks about the amount of earth moving that is required to create a flat area and also shows how some of the rocks and boulders that were unearthed during the building process are being incorporated into the Geshaview landscape.

To discover more about what is planned for Geshaview visit our website: www.geshaview.eu.

Thursday, 24 November 2011

First frost of winter at Geshaview

The freak snowstorm that occurred in October was a reminder of how unpredictable the weather can be. One thing for sure though is that the first really heavy frost of the year means that winter is definitely on its way!

The pictures were taken on the 21 November by Stefan, who braved the sub zero temperature to capture the beauty of nature.

Tuesday, 15 November 2011

Organic fruit farm in Bulgaria

Bulgaria has an abundance of fruits, including apples, peaches, watermelon and plums and more exotic fruit like quinces, figs and others.
In September, David Hollands and family visited an organic fruit at Dryanovo near to the Geshaview village and tasted the apples and plums grown there.

The organic fruit farm was founded by Inex Agro Ltd in 2006, and farms on 400,000 square metres of farm land. To find out more visit their website: www.inexagro.net.
To learn more about how Geshaview will incorporate healthy eating into the 'Embraced Living' approach, have a look at the food and drink pages on our website.

Tuesday, 8 November 2011

The balconies in the Courtyard

As the wooden balconies in the Courtyard are being installed, David Hollands explains the thinking behind their safety-conscious design.

To see the other videos about Geshaview, visit the Geshaview YouTube channel.
To discover more about the village go to www.geshaview.eu.

Thursday, 3 November 2011

Latest issue of the Geshaview Newsletter

The October - November 2011 issue of the Geshaview Newsletter is now available for you to read.

In this 8 page issue we have a report and pictures about the recent freak snowstorm that hit Bulgaria and caused damage to some of the trees at Geshaview.
Other topics include updates on the progress of the Courtyard flooring and next year's International Arts Festival, and, because it was Hallowe'en there are a few pictures and words about the party for local schoolchildren that was held at Geshaview.

If the link to the ebook version above doesn't work you can either try this link to the Geshaview Newsletter ebook. Or you can view the PDF version and all the back issues of the Geshaview Newsletter here.