Our 2015 year was one of the most challenging ever so far. It started in Paraguay and ended in Ecuador. During this year we managed somehow to live in 4 different countries: Paraguay, Bolivia, Colombia and Ecuador. Like always we had planed another road-map. This was actually plan-B because plan-A failed. You may know what FAIL stands for? First Attempt In Learning! When you make a plan and with guarantee the output will be different than what was initially planned. That is called life I believe. Read more
As many of you know, Btina and myself decided we wanted a change in our life. We left Switzerland and started our exploration of the South American continent, slow traveling with Paraguay in August 2014.
Our goal was and still is to find a piece of land of our own to start our own self-sufficient, cooperative / eco farm / hostel and co-working / co-living space / nature reserve / eco-tourism / reforestation build with the aid of the brilliant permaculture principles. We plan to build natural buildings with adobe, bamboo or whatever makes sense depending where we finally settle. We plan to work with locals as well as volunteers to build all of those future projects.
Enjoy the best of Paraguay photos within the last 4 month in here. Paraguay is a landlocked country in the heart of South America. It’s bordered by Brazil to the east and northeast, Bolivia to the northwest and Argentina to the south and southwest. We have been traveling an exploring mainly the south and southwest of the country so far. We visited the following departamentos in Paraguay: Central (Asuncion), Paraguari, Guaira (Villarica), Caazapa, San Pedro and Caaguazu as well as Canindeyu. Soon we will explore de departamentos of Presidente Hayes and Boqueron so stay tuned for more photos. Read more
The sub tropical weather seems to be very well minded to the plumeria flower plant then they grow very well here in Paraguay, south america. The plumeria is a genus of flowering plants in the dogbane family, Apocynaceae. It contains primarily deciduous shrubs and small trees. Read more