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Richart Sowa is a British carpenter who built an island out of plastic bottles and trash. It supports his three storey home. He's happy to give a tour of it and answer questions for a $5 per person donation. He's a gregarious fellow who believes...更多
The approach to the island is all fenced off, making it hard to see. It appears that the owner has not been around in a while. I kind of wonder if he has deserted his creation, and whether it is still all floating. It would...更多
We'd often driven by this but never knew what the deal was. We had seen this house on one of the travel channels back home. It was nice to get a chance to meet the owner and get an opportunity to see the inside of...更多
I was looking forward to hanging out with Ritchy and seeing the floating bottle island. We made our way there via our rented golf cart. The entrance to the dock was all fenced off and Ritchy was down there working. I shouted at him and...更多
This island does not look anything like you see on line. It is overrun with vegetation, you can barely the island, the sail boats around it block all the views.
You can get close than we got, but to see an island built on milk jugs so that someone can live there and even grow their own vegetables is a wonder to me. It's compact and complete with raft for floating in the ocean and...更多
Visiting Richart Sowa's floating island is always a highlight of a trip to Isla Mujeres. His creativity and ingenuity is amazing. From his shell-a-phone to the way he collects rain water to his ideas of how to generate energy using waves is so very clever....更多