The B&B/ eco-camp is aptly named Whitepod, and features five dome-shaped geodesic tents heated with wood stoves and lit by petrol lanterns.
Whitepod owner Sofia De Meyer says theres no electricity in the pods, but thats not to say the camp isnt plugged in.
De Meyer explains all the iPods are battery operated and if you dont like the pre-set selection of music in your particular pod, Theres a computer in the main chalet where you can download the music you want.
While the iPods are a nice distraction, De Meyer says the aim of the Whitepod stay is to come back to nature...you go ice climbing, you go paragliding. Its an adventure camp.
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