Live together in Peru? Living abroad in PeruOn March 14, 2020 by Raul Dinwiddie
Hello friends of the sun. Not that you are wondering Sebastian is currently making a video with our camera, that’s why I just use the tripod from my cell phone and yes, I make a video with my cell phone. In terms of quality, that’s worse, but it’s about what I say, so it doesn’t matter. Some of you will have followed it. I once told Facebook and YouTube that we were looking for someone like-minded people, who would like to live with us here in the mountain rain forest. Exactly, not directly on our property but in the neighborhood as a neighborhood community or simply in the neighborhood. Yes, that is still up to date and I would like to invite with this video, again warmly invite anyone who is interested. I can also say something to us again, because not everyone will have followed us from the beginning. We are now, let me lie, which year that was, 2016 finally emigrated to Paraguay. We had been looking at Paraguay for five months in 2015. In 2016 we emigrated to Paraguay and then we went to Peru about a year ago and want to start again here and Peru is a little different from Paraguay. In Paraguay, if you don’t know it yet, the third most spoken language is German. This is simply because Paraguay has wonderful immigration conditions and that’s why there are some Germans there. Yes, and I’m just looking for like-minded people, with like-minded people I mean people who have an eye for nature, deal fairly with animals and humans, are open to maybe spirituality and are balanced. Yes, preferably families or those who want to become one. And maybe, as already mentioned, some of us already know us, who then have a very good view of who we are. So we are: a young family … hmm the chainsaw, that’s my husband. My husband is Sebastian I am Verena. We have two little daughters. So the big one is already three years old and the little one is right behind me here, it is 8½ months old. Yes, we just want to try to build our relaxed, cozy, new life here, get out of the hamster wheel from Germany and here somehow some mishmash of everything. Off grid what works, what does not work, maybe a little with the locals. We are actually not quite sure what exactly we are doing here. You can also follow this in our videos. So who cares about it … Now an insect flies in my face all the time So… who cares about it all we are here in the mountain rain forest 600 m above sea level and we have wonderful temperatures here and that on hot days 30-36 ° C daily high temperature (in the shade). On cloudy days 25 ° C, so very pleasant. At night around 20 ° C on average, really almost constant on average almost always. Almost everything here does grow, coffee not, which needs great height, but there are drinking coconuts, bananas, oh what do I know. I don’t want to list all the fruits here now. A lot is growing here. There is potential there people. There is potential to do something. The rain is here, of course there is enough rain in the rainforest. We have drinking water, a river, … oh who exactly …. Oh, I’m really sorry that I keep touching my face. Here is a penetrative insect, which seems like my sweat on the forehead. So, if you really want to get more information, just contact me via email. Just look down here in the info box and write to me. My daughter is slowly waking up. I have to hurry up here now and what I want to say. Whoever wants to do it. We really live an hour from the nearest major city. There is medical care so a small “puesto de salud” is also 7 km away, but the larger medical care is an hour’s drive and you have to cross a large river. Which is only passable by ferry. I just want to say that at this point. It’s a bit adventurous here. Okay, the video should not be too long, because the cell phone files are just too big. For more information, just contact me, talk to me and we’ll just see how the chemistry fits. See you then, dear ones, bye!