Paulo Barros

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Hello Helen

Welcome to Portugal.

If you come to the sides of Lisbon...give me a call

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2 years ago
Hello

I registered on your forum just before New Year. It seems to be off the air since then. Did I break it?



The other day I was going to register at the "Permaculture Portugal Forum", but it was dead.

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2 years ago
Hello

I believe I have some field mice camping out in my home and my neighbors’ home and that’s derailed my plans as I search for their entry points and do a permie form of eliminating them.



You can try this:


I hope it gives good result
2 years ago
Hello Alana

Thanks for the sharing, the song is beautiful.
I listened carefully and translated the lyrics to get a better understanding of the message.
I got the idea that transmit a hard, repetitive work and despair (by repetition: "Ojalá que llueva café")

Espero que chova café no campo
Que caia uma chuva de mandioca e chá
Do céu uma jarina de queijo branco
E ao sul uma montanha de agrião e mel
Oh, oh, oh-oh-oh, oxalá que chova café
Oxalá que chova café no campo
Penteando uma alta colina de trigo e mapuey
Descendo a colina de arroz em casca
E continue o arado com o teu querer
Espero o outono em vez de folhas secas
Veste minha colheita e pitisalé
Plante uma planície de batata-doce e morangos
Espero que chova café
Para que no conuco você não sofra tanto, ai homem    
Espero que chova café no campo
Para que em Villa Vásquez ouçam esta canção
Espero que chova café no campo
Espero que chova, espero que chova, ai homem
Espero que chova café no campo
Espero que chova café
Espero que chova café no campo
Plante uma colina alta com trigo e mapuey
Descendo a colina de arroz em casca
E continue o arado com seu querer
Espero outono em vez de folhas secas
Veste minha colheita e pitisalé
Plante uma planície de batata-doce e morangos
Espero que chova café
Para que no conuco você não sofra tanto, ei
Espero que chova café no campo
Para que nas montanhas ouçam esta canção
Espero que chova café no campo
Espero que chova, espero que chova, ai homem
Espero que chova café no campo
Espero que chova café
Para que todas as crianças cantem no campo
Espero que chova café no campo
Para que no romano eles ouçam essa música
Espero que chova café no campo
Ai, eu espero que chova, eu espero que chova, ai homem    
Espero que chova café no campo
Espero que chova café

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2 years ago
Hi Alana

Because my english is a little rusty, to write the message I'm using a translator, so I apologize for any grammatical errors.
I've been reading both your messages and those of the other permies and I identified with many things.

- Just today a friend told me to sign up at Tinder, to find someone. And told me something similar with: "You need to put yourself out there more" and "You have to stop having that view about dating sites".
- As I don't watch television, and I don't align myself with many other modernities, which are highly cherished by their dependent users (dont own a smart phone). So I am seen almost as a stone man.
- About Showers...“I don’t take a shower every day.” = me too. Like any other animal, I take a short shower when I feel dirty.
Unfortunately, the vast majority of the human population is not aware of the scarcity of drinking water.
Nor about the amount of electrical energy that is used in the adduction systems, for the water to reach your house taps.
Another thing they are not aware of is the amount of synthetic substances present in the water that will enter their body through the skin. - "I wanted to send a dissertation with references about the health benefits of not showering daily".

The above-described points and others equally unusual and "strangeness", weighed heavily towards the end of some relationships.

Other important little things:
- I am forty one years old
- I have myself as a spiritual being.
- I'm a fan of voluntary simplicity / minimalism / decrease.
- I change my boxers everyday - "now all of you know how often I change my underwear" hihihi
- I practice permaculture at Portugal
- I know that urine is rich in nitrogen (N), so I use the urine for fruit trees.
- I have a composting toilet (human manure)
- I have a bathtub full of worm, who love leftovers.

And above all, I am very happy with myself, I know and feel that I am walking the path, as such, I will continue with the same daily practices.
And I desire you to do exactly the same. That you do what you believe (intuition) in.

uff... my english is really weak, took me almost an hour to respond.
2 years ago
Hello
With that budget, it starts to be difficult to buy one farm.
I believe that the Castelo Branco area is the area of ​​the country with the lowest sales values.
I am writing to you from the outskirts of Lisbon, where 1 hectare of simple agricultural land costs around 20 thousand euros.
I hope I was able to help with something.
I wish you all the best for your journey.
2 years ago
Hello All, Hello Burra Maluca

About the Carnation Revolution, you can hear some revolution songs in here:

https://permies.com/t/107728/art/Music-Portuguese

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4 years ago
Hi all

Martin, you can take a look at "rede convergir": http://www.redeconvergir.net/
and at "permacultureglobal": https://permacultureglobal.org/

I Hope that helps

All good for all,
Paulo
4 years ago
Hi all

I have this advise: Don't work with a real state agent, because the amount of money requested by them is very high. Make the business directly with the owners. Even better, if you have the help of other permies living in the area, and have gone through this whole process. Or ultimately a solicitor - such as Andreas Schäfer wrote.

All Good for All,
Paulo
4 years ago
Hello pusang halaw
Those/these artists, you like so much, are Brazilians, soo they sing in Portuguese.
If they have a song, that you feel that can be anyway related to Permaculture, please share it with us
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5 years ago