We live in a very quiet place in the North of Spain. Asturias is called the Scotland of Spain cause of its mountains and nature. If you like nature and hikes, if you enjoy the quietness and you love relaxing then this is definitely the place for you.
- Please keep in mind that we have animals. We are animal lovers and our dogs can roam around freely on our property. Ofcourse the annex will be only for you. You can decide for yourself if you want to permit them inside or not :)
- As mentioned, guests will stay in the annex. They have their own bathroom. There's no TV in the annex but WiFi is available. The guests can always come inside our house and use what they want (TV, Kitchen, Piano, books etc), just remember to close the doors :)
Hi. I’m Kim and I’m a little weird. I love doing weird stuff and I want to discover all the world’s secrets by doing so.
I got lick-attacked by dogs. I hiked beautiful routes and crossed very photogenic goats. I slept in a breakfastroom of an expensive hotel in Greece, which was totally worth it, and I did a poor attempt to pour cider into a glass in Asturias. I slept on a deserted island in the Philippines and catched crocodiles in India. I also shared a bed with cockroaches and I got robbed by monkeys.
I love my life. I love it even more because it’s weird. I’m constantly seeking adventure and don’t mind to seem a bit strange to other people. At least, I can tell deliciously weird stories.
I’m 27 years old and dream big. Living in the second flattest country of the world and being a passionate animallover, I suddenly learnt to communicate with dolphins. That’s right, I speak fluent dolphin and am famous for it – at least for my friends. My love for animals, non-flat countries and dolphincommunication has continued to this day, only now I communicate with dogs and cats in Spain. They can’t understand a thing but I’m trying to learn their language too.
After long searches I finally thought: let’s do it. I walked away from love. My fluffy orange cat (Melon) still hates me for it but she forgave me for finally learning catlanguage. As a student in animalbehavior she always blamed me for not taking the leap.
I decided to book a ticket to the north of Spain and started volunteering in an animalshelter. I met the love of my life and instead of solo-traveling, I now travel with my other half. Now, I live in Spain (where my love for non-flat countries grows even more) but have a part-time job traveling the world – solo or together.
And I adore the Spanish and Indian language(s), all kinds of pianos and clouds. I love clouds. Just so you know.