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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by aman View Post
    Hi Ricardo

    Welcome to the forum.

    It is our plan to move to Portugal in the not too distant future
    you will enjoy it here - very laid back country

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    Not a wise decision aman... only crazy people can stand living here for a long time.

    Have you thinked in some area to settle down in this good piece of land?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bush_Men View Post
    thank you for the warm welcome all of you.




    Well currently I'm living between Leiria and Pombal but I go sometimes to Castanheira de Pera/Lousã area.Aren't you registered at bushcraft-pt?
    not registered at bushcraft-pt but will now do so as my broadband has been down - bloody kanguru

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bush_Men View Post
    Not a wise decision aman... only crazy people can stand living here for a long time.

    Have you thinked in some area to settle down in this good piece of land?
    so that is why the locals look at me funny - not yet crazy enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by stig View Post
    so that is why the locals look at me funny - not yet crazy enough

    Maybe it is...generally the only problem is the corruption that is almost supported by the majority. but all in all we are good people that like to help the others and live many times based on improvising...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bush_Men View Post
    Not a wise decision aman... only crazy people can stand living here for a long time.

    Have you thinked in some area to settle down in this good piece of land?
    We are thinking Serra de Estrella and surrounding area. The plan is to sell the business and come over and spend a year or so touring around the area and living in our airstream until we find a bit of land we can build a tiny, low impact home. (for tiny, low impact read cheap)
    aman

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    The Estrela zone is impregnated with tourism and that sometimes can be annoying... If you want to spend less and live in a better place, the Lousã is the way to go. It has a great landscape and you can find real peace and tranquility.

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    Thanks for the heads up BM

    Anywhere around that general central PT area TBM but we are totally open minded and could end up anywhere.

    More rural the better. Could end up in the far north for all we know
    aman

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    You can find rural and peaceful places in Portugal on the North, Centre and the South. Sometimes it's just some detail that makes you feel it's the right place to be at that precise moment... Anyway, good luck in your quest.

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