We live in Skyland , a suburb of the Rainbow Village. We live in a bubble because it protects us from the moon. A tube links us to the earth. In this tube, there is an elevator for disabled people, babies, pregnant women and an escalator for the other people. Admission is free.
There are 102 inhabitants. There are craftsmen, shopkeepers, farmers and businessmen. Twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays, there is a market where farmers sell eggs, dairy products and fresh vegetables. A baker sells bread, cakes and pastries, too.
In the center of the village, there are old buildings. There is a “halle”: it is a covered market where the market takes place. There is a museum where you can see paintings. In the zoos, there are wild animals.
We have two schools, a plumber, a swimming pool, a bookshop and a chemist. All these structures are regrouped. There is a lake at the far end of the village. There is a wind turbine next to the lake. There is also a train station nearby.