'For me, this is paradise': life in the Spanish city that banned cars
I love market day! :)
I've been trying to restock my Pratchetts second-hand, and there was one stall that had TEN for £2 each, I'm IN.
My lunch from a local café, in tubs.
Spring onions from a homegrown veg stall, and an olive loaf and cinnamon roll treat from the sourdough bakers' stall.
Some things with packaging: guacamole (plastic), hippie deodorant (plastic and glass), and aubergine goop (glass jar, metal lid).
Everyone was super cool about me not wanting packaging. :)
Found in the charity shop today! :)
I never thought I'd be able to find second hand or recycled packaging materials so that's cool.
And having rationing stuff that's relevant to my interests (mending clothes, making energy more efficient) put into a modern context while also keeping its era intact is moving and accessible history.
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Sunbeam City is a anticapitalist, antifascist solarpunk instance that is run collectively.