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What do you think, are there any islands left un inhabited?
Apart from that, Australia and Canada are the only places with large areas of un developed and un inhabited land. Australian terrain is somewhat unsuitable, hardly anything grows, and jungles full of free roaming spiders and scorpions, no thank you.
That leaves me with Canada. Rich forests, wild berries, fresh water, rivers lakes, maybe some shrooms, bears and other neighbours.
Looking at the map i see large chunks of land with no roads no towns. What are the chances i find there peace and tranquillity without a park ranger stumbling upon my tent?
And what's the situation with native indians in Canada? Where do they dwell these days? Living for a while with a ntaive indian tribe would be cool...
Im in the heart of BC, youd probably be more likely to stumble upon pro. Growers with Guns, than you would to find a park ranger. However, sustainable living is not possibly through the winter...unless your some crazy skilled bushman eskimo. Ive thought about heading to Australia (the spiders and scorpions are few and far between by the way, the moose and bears of Canada are a much more real danger)
Oh, natives drink mouth wash and cleaning agents and live on reserves off tax dollars.
there are a few nice places in queesnland on the sunshine coast. rolling green mountains full of rainforest and only 30 mins to the closest beach. beautiful as should check it out there is a kind of country/hippy style place called maleny. if i was to move i would move there
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