With DuckDuckGo now choosing to manipulate search results to a certain end, they can no longer be trusted as an unbiased search engine. So now DuckDuckGo is gone. So we are comparing Google to Brave and to decide what search engine we should use now.
Yes it's hard to believe, but today we are celebrating living in Mexico for one year by recapping some of the things we've learned. One year ago today, we left -40°C in Canada and moved to Taxco, Mexico and we're honestly so glad we did. We came not really knowing what to expect, but have found that living in Mexico to be far better than we ever could have imagined. So here in rapidfire are 75 things we have learned in our first year living in Mexico.
In part 2, Kassiano Smith, the founder of Real de Talpa, joins us to tell us how to get your own off grid or holistic community started in Mexico. Or, if you just want to buy a farm he tells us what we need to know to do that too. And as an added bonus, you will learn some things about Mexico and Mexican culture you probably didn't know!
On the quest to search out sustainable land we found an entire community striving to become self sustaining. In the small community of San Juan, Guerrero we visited Panaderia San Juan where we saw how they make and got to taste the most incredible traditional Mexican bread.