hey milos, how much would it cost you to come here? we think that beeing together is more important then beeing at the right place! we are lloking to pay dominika's plane, but not shure we can afford it for now, we will soon though, so if you can afford it just remember once your here you d'ont need many, we don't use money here, not really.
just wanted to put up a quick post to say that i am extremelly excited about this project. i believe in it 100% and know that with commitment and energy we can make anything happen. the ideas that are being thrown around for location are great. africa or australia seem to me to be the 2 best options at the moment as far as current climate and post equitorial shift climates are concernced, (assuming the equitorial shift predictions are correct) population densities and natural environments. lets keep it open and keep exploring.
its been wonderful to be here in the canary islands and connect with other fruitarians. community is key! together we are stronger. lets make this happen.
as far as continents I would say north or south america. im not sure that I would pick africa because of so many countries in civil wars and problems of the like. Im sure there are several places that are wonderful but if you are considering 'migrating' as needed im not sure i would feel as comfortable in africa as i would somewhere else. If it were me I would strongly consider central america. Costa rica more specifically. I have a friend who lives there and he says it is give or take 75 degrees fahrenheit year round. winter is just the rainy season not much difference in temperature. and you have a whole strip of tropical countries around costa rica to migrate to! (el salvador, nicaragua, guatemala, honduras, panama, colombia, venezuela, peru, brazil, guyana, suriname, french guiana, ecuador) Its less than 10 degrees from the equator, most of the country is within an hour from the beach (arguably some of the best beaches in the world). Sounds pretty ideal to me! they also have a very peaceful government and very nice local people. costa rica is also very tolerant of visitors and spanish is a very easy language to learn:) its also very inexpensive. about 3 US dollars to 1