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Where to travel/ move?

Discussion in 'Feedback/Suggestions' started by Jonathan Crana, Jan 10, 2020.

  1. I am currently 25, living in "upstate" New York (only an hour or so north of the city). I am planning on setting out on long term travel for a slew of reasons. On the top of the list is seeking location/s for future homes that offer optimal mitochondrial health. Does anyone have any suggestions (aside from Mexico) of places in the world that offers proper sunlight, quality sources of food, low nn-emf, etc.?
  2. Im loving Equador right now!
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  3. Awesome! What do you do for work over there ?
  4. caroline

    caroline New Member

    follow Matt Maruca.......
  5. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Many people in Belize are English speaking.
    Convenient for someone like me.
    I was thinking about it in 2000.
    It used to be a dream place.
    Now lots of crime, like everywhere person would like to retire.
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  6. Right now my fulltime job is circadian rhythm, solar callus, learning to observe and accept things im not used to, and looking for my next perfect spot. Dreaming of a farm far from everything.
    Jan, You may want to check out the Cuenca area. Seems like an easy, safe place to transition. We've been staying in an inn in the hills over Otavalo. $50 iw. per night, room with fireplace, no nnemf, private shower. Nice sheets and a heavy pile of wool blankets. We wake up and walk up a trail between farms up to watch the sun come up. Tons of sun, nice temp, great hiking, climbing, biking. Doctors, dentists. Nice people. We feel safe walking everywhere in the country side, but don't spend time in cities.
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  7. RoseMadsen

    RoseMadsen New Member

    Thank you for sharing. I was impressed with your answer and really want to go there.
  8. jackmck

    jackmck New Member

    Hey Jonathan, I admire your adventure! I am considering a move too. I have heard there are parts of New Mexico worth exploring where there are just those things - proper sunlight, quality sources of food, ability to live in a nnEMF-free environment.
  9. I highly recommend getting emf meters to test for yourself. There are places that look awesome from a distance and others that look like emf hellholes, but there are lots of anomalies. Testing is the way to avoid high exposure or hiding from shadows. It will also clearly demonstrate that your own tech gear is the biggest risk. good luck!
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