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hello   is there a man that want to live in costa rica or somewhere tropical?  vegan?  
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If you do not mind me asking. Why do you want to live someplace tropical?
 
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hi, i don't know much but it seems pure then i heard about humidity in certain regions destroying electrical stuff.   i was on costa rica real estate website daydreaming.   i suppose i can survive anywhere   just searching for peace and quiet with precious soil and purity.   thanks for this question good to ponder.
 
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I am sure that if you went to Costa Rica you can find a man there that does subsistence farming (homesteading) and he will be happy to be with you. He wouldn't care if you are a vegan but it will probably be hard to find one that is a Vegan. Not too sure what other qualities you would be looking for in said man.
 
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hi,  i will take this into consideration.  i'm single for over 10 years so i'm staying put until i have more clarity.  i'm at a point where i desire to live away from big cities very reclusively but in a well built home.   i'm learning from the building biology institute and information is overwhelming at times.  seeking a partner that shares similar goals. might take a while  costa rica or no costa rica.
 
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Building healthy makes a lot of sense and is cool.
 
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