I am pleased that you mentioned meeting at the Agip garage (km 353 of the N-340), because some guests still try and find us, and end up getting lost. Unfortunately, down the valley there are greenhouses, they grow the cucumbers and tomatoes that we in northern Europe demand in the winter months, over 75% are exported to France, Germany and the UK. However, as you rightly point out, up here in our beautiful village of 22 houses (mostly English and Argentine), we have NO supermarkets, bars or shops. That is how we advertise ourselves, and that is what helps to make the village unique. Neither do we have dustbins or garbage collection, and so we have to take our rubbish with us down the mountain. Unfortunately you failed to do so (or even ask me when you were printing off your boarding passes in my office prior to your departure) what to do with your garbage. You also left behind empty beer bottles lying around the house, and didn't strip the beds so that we could wash the sheets. I am sorry that you found the house not clean enough and musty. It was cleaned thoroughly, and inspected by me prior to your arrival. these old Spanish houses are difficult to clean, and even more difficult to keep clean as as soon as you open windows, the dust gets in, and as there are no carpets, it shows immediately on the tiled floors. We did have a heavy thunderstorm prior to your arrival, so that, coupled with the windows being shut to prevent the dust entering, may have contributed to the musty smell. It certainly didn't smell of must when I inspected it after your departure. The sheets and towels on all the beds were washed and perfectly clean, so as you didn't mention any of this to me whilst you were here, I am somewhat mystified by your comments. Finally, I would suggest that next time you visit rural Spain, where 50% of ALL rental properties are up steep unmade dirt tracks (our at least is tarmacked!) that you rent a proper car, and not a Fiat 500, which is more of a sewing machine on wheels, particularly if it is carrying a heavy load as well!