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Massachusetts couple who live on an off-grid farm in PANAMA reveal brutal downsides to their remote lifestyle.
Kaylee Dubeau and Jordan Saglio bought land in Panama for $75K four years ago
They have built an off-grid homestead, but it hasn’t been easy
Living without a proper toilet for six years and facing higher prices as foreigners are some of the challenges they’ve faced
They run a coffee shop and sell beans sourced from local farmers to earn a living
Massachusetts couple who live on an off-grid farm in PANAMA reveal brutal downsides to their remote lifestyle
Kaylee Dubeau and Jordan Saglio, a Massachusetts couple, bought land in Panama four years ago and have built an off-grid homestead. However, their dream life has come with challenges. They have had to live without a proper toilet for six years and face higher prices as foreigners. Despite running a coffee shop and selling beans sourced from local farmers, they still find it difficult to buy things at fair prices. Living off-grid isn’t always as dreamy as it seems.
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