Daniel Humberto Escoto | Writer (narrator)
The space one finds in Faber is one of carefully orchestrated neutrality. The hotel, the landscape, the timetables for eating seem designed to be invisible: the only thing that matters is the empty place that opens up for writing. It’s there for writers to get lost and rediscover their own process.
Everything works exactly so that whoever writes is free in this contained space. Even the discreet city of Olot, always close by, can serve as a generous momentary rest, although it doesn’t demand that you stay there too long.
Contact with fellow writers creates a very noble team. It combines companionship (offering a plurality of opinions and experiences) during breakfast and dinner, with respect for the spaces in the Riu Fluvià hotel.