Far away from civilization, human figures and network zone lies a place of utter isolation and solitude. Presenting Mulche Village, the village with only one house in Spiti is our most rustic space for all you adventure and solitude seekers.Mulche Village is part of Demul Village in Spiti, known for it’s remoteness. Two years back, there were no existent roads to this village and one has to hike for 3 days from Kaza to reach here. Demul is a small village with around 35-40 houses, and a small school.The story of Demul village goes like this..Demul is a village tucked safely between high mountains that might have got its name from a folklore. A resident of a nearby village lost his Demo (Female Yak). He began searching for it in the pastures. He later found the Demo grazing in a place with really long grass. So the soil seemed fertile. Soon, he along with few other villagers moved to this new land and made it their home.A random Conversation…Angruup showed us the room and took out a cellphone from his pocket as we all sat in the kitchen for a cup of milk tea. “Do you get signal here ?”, someone asked inquisitively.“No, I use it to listen to music and take pictures”, he replied while staring at the screen of his phone. An act quite common these days.Interestingly, there is neither a cell phone signal nor landline connectivity in this village. The only way people connect to the outside world is through a satellite telephone (WLL) installed in the house of the village pradhan.People live together like a large family and have more real friends then virtual ones. That’s what makes this village special.