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Greetings,

At first, I would like you to get acquainted with my idea.
Just me and probably my close friend and some remote island. Living without any cost – shelter build by our own, food – catch, water – some little source/rain etc. For example: food – we are used to do not eat about one week and have very low consumption of food at all.
What it is all about? You know, just to switch environment, people adn whole life.

Me (we) are considering to fly to India, from there to get on Lakshadweep or similar islands and from there to hire someone to get us on remote (uninhabited) island.
Why? We are from central europe, India is relatively close to us. India is also cheap country and there are islands that surrounds crystal clear water with white sand and coconuts. Tropics.

Anyway, it is first idea and if I get better tips, it can be changed.

So, my questions… have you any experiences about something I just mentioned? Tips, advices? Better places? Or is even impossible to do what I want?

How long I (we) wanna to stay there? 6 months at least. Maybe 1-2 years, who know. Insurance coverage and the vaccine taken into account.
Visa can be problem, we take 3-6 months and then I do not know what. Any ideas? Get back through different country? Make up some story, that someone left us on the remote islands?
I do not spend rest of my live in prison, you know.

When? Within two months.

There can be more problems, it is why I hope that someone of you can help.

Best Regards deluxe

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