Gallery: Dreamy Panchoran Retreat is made from old telephone poles and ...

 
Despite the architecture being responsible and guilt-free, guests at Panchoran won't be at any loss for indulgences. Would you expect any less from the woman who gives Bowie design advice?

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  1. lazyreader May 6, 2011 at 8:22 am

    Guilt-free. Some of the worst things are guilt free. Is it guilt free when Leonardo DiCaprio buys carbon credits to offset his private jet. Why not just fly commercial like everyone else. The irrational fear of AIDS that stifles guilt-free enjoyment of sex may prove more destructive in the long run than the AIDS virus itself. Sociopaths are guilt-free and unconnected to constraints that a conscience provides. Their are really two types of Guilt-free. Guilt-free as in “I don’t give a shit” and Guilt-free as in “Theirs no real harm in what I’m doing so why should I worry”. One is unconscious while the other is analytical.

    Not to go out of ones way. But what’s the environmental cost of just getting there to begin with. Then of course you have to bring the food in, provide hot water, laundry and cooking. Tourists are eventually gonna get bored and gonna want to ride around in ATV’s or off-road vehicles. They will demand various luxuries and so forth and all those things have to be shipped in to an otherwise remote location.

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