Join Date: Sep 2004
Location: South of the Equator
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I really want to move closer to the equator and live there for a while. Any books about living there? Blogs? I'm assuming Internet is no problem? How hard is it to get a home constructed? or to find a violin teacher or piano teacher? Do you know anything about schools? I don't know much about growing trees or producing cashews, but it seems like a fun livelihood... or other types of farming to consider? what grows wild there that could be harvested? anybody export to the U.S. or anywhere else?
Surely someone knows something about living in Brazil. I think I'd love it.
Is all the water piped in? Or is there sufficient rainfall? Could we do natural tree farming pretty easily? I'm going to head over to youtube to see if I can see some Brazil videos. : )
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