A trip to the local beach is nothing new for the residents of this small town in the Czech Republic.
But in a country where most of the population are on welfare, and where most are poor, there’s a lot more to life here than just a few hours on a beautiful beach.
In fact, life in the town is so unique that locals are now calling it “Ecotourist Paradise”.
In 2009, a group of local hippies set out to create a beach trip that was both eco-friendly and affordable.
In the process, they managed to raise enough money to pay for the trip, and the hippies decided to donate their profits to charities that would benefit the community.
Today, the town of Pekka is a vibrant community of about 4,000 people.
In addition to the hippy community, there are several private businesses and other businesses, like a local music venue, that also cater to the locals.
One of the hippie’s main goals was to bring back a culture that has been lost over the past 50 years.
The community has a lot of history and traditions, like the traditional bathing and drinking of fermented honey and the traditional food of the region.
For example, the local town has a traditional place where people gather to cook traditional food, like bread, pancakes, sausage and pork, as well as some meat.
These traditions and traditions have a lot to do with the town’s name, which is a reference to the Pekkavik region, a small part of the Czech republic that is located near the border with Slovakia.
Pekka also has a rich heritage that goes back hundreds of years.
Many people from the area worked in the mines, and this area has been a hotbed of industry and production for centuries.
For instance, in the early days of the mining industry, there were large mines in the area that produced iron ore, lead, copper and other minerals.
The locals also worked in mines as well.
During the early 20th century, a large number of refugees from the former communist country came to Pekkan, which was then under Soviet occupation.
The influx of refugees also attracted many young people from other parts of the country.
As a result, the population started to grow rapidly.
The hippie community wanted to create something that would allow the community to continue its traditions and culture, and they set out on their adventure.
The hippie decided to name the new beach trip Ecotourists Paradise.
“There’s a big community of people who come here and work, so we wanted to give them a way to express themselves in this unique place,” said Kristian Byskov, one of the founders of the new Ecotourian Paradise.
In the village of Pembrokeshoe, Pekke is a very small community with about 500 people.
The village has a population of just 1,000, and most of its residents are from the neighboring villages of Skogov, Mraz, and Kuchev.
The community is home to a variety of cultural activities, including a theatre, music venue and a community pool.
In this small village, there is even a zoo and a playground, as the locals call it.
Pembrokshoe is a small village that is a lot smaller than most other small towns in the world.
In its small size, the small size of the community makes it a great location for a beach day.
Pembrekeshoes people come together on the weekends to enjoy the local food, the outdoor playground and the music venue.
The town is also home to several private companies that cater to locals.
Kristian Bydov, one the founders and owners of the Ecotouring Paradise, explained that the hippest place in Pembrkeshoye is located right next to the pool.
He told MTV News that the place is a place where everyone is part of a big group.
“If you’re part of an important group, you’re welcome here,” he said.
Peckshoes community is very proud of its unique history and culture.
In an area where most people are on the welfare, it is also a place that has a strong connection with the community that is based in Pekken.
As the hippys own the business, they decided to make sure that the business was financially viable.
This is why the hippity started to donate profits from the trip to charity.
Kristie and Kristian’s son is a musician and he is the founder of a small band called Bambas, which features members of the local community.
He explained that his parents have always been good people.
When Kristie was a little girl, she would often go to her mother and say, “Do you want me to dance?”
She would always smile and say “Yes, my mom wants me to!”
Bambas also has members of other local groups that are doing well financially.
In particular, the