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Buenos Aires

20ยฐC
Argentina
 
 3 Aug '182mo3 Oct '183 Oct '18
3 Aug '18

Buenos Aires

15ยฐC
Argentina
 
 5 Jun '182mo2 Aug '182 Aug '18
5 Jun '18

Chiang Mai

32ยฐC
Thailand
 1 Jun '184d5 Jun '185 Jun '18
1 Jun '18

Seoul

24ยฐC
South Korea
 28 May '184d1 Jun '181 Jun '18
28 May '18

Jeju Island

21ยฐC
South Korea
 
 28 Feb '183mo27 May '1827 May '18
28 Feb '18

Chiang Mai

32ยฐC
Thailand
 21 Feb '187d28 Feb '1828 Feb '18
21 Feb '18

ThaKhek

Laos
2017
 27 Nov '173mo21 Feb '1821 Feb '18
27 Nov '17

Chiang Mai

30ยฐC
Thailand
 24 Nov '173d27 Nov '1727 Nov '17
24 Nov '17

Bangkok

32ยฐC
Thailand
 
 21 Oct '171mo22 Nov '1722 Nov '17
21 Oct '17

Buenos Aires

20ยฐC
Argentina
 16 Oct '175d21 Oct '1721 Oct '17
16 Oct '17

San Luis Province

Argentina
 
 6 Jul '173mo15 Oct '1715 Oct '17
6 Jul '17

Buenos Aires

13ยฐC
Argentina
 28 Jun '177d5 Jul '175 Jul '17
28 Jun '17

Brasov

24ยฐC
Romania
 
 3 Jun '1725d28 Jun '1728 Jun '17
3 Jun '17

Berlin

27ยฐC
Germany
 29 May '175d3 Jun '173 Jun '17
29 May '17

Ayia Napa

Cyprus
 
 22 Apr '171mo29 May '1729 May '17
22 Apr '17

Berlin

17ยฐC
Germany
 
 20 Feb '172mo21 Apr '1721 Apr '17
20 Feb '17

Ko Samui

26ยฐC
Thailand
 17 Feb '173d20 Feb '1720 Feb '17
17 Feb '17

Bangkok

34ยฐC
Thailand
 11 Feb '176d17 Feb '1717 Feb '17
11 Feb '17

Cรกt Bร  Island

Vietnam
2016
 16 Nov '163mo11 Feb '1711 Feb '17
16 Nov '16

Chiang Mai

30ยฐC
Thailand
 14 Nov '162d16 Nov '1616 Nov '16
14 Nov '16

Bangkok

32ยฐC
Thailand
 
 22 Oct '1622d13 Nov '1613 Nov '16
22 Oct '16

KazanTatarstan, Russia

Russia
 
 1 Jul '164mo21 Oct '1621 Oct '16
1 Jul '16

Buenos Aires

13ยฐC
Argentina
 
 30 May '161mo30 Jun '1630 Jun '16
30 May '16

Budva

19ยฐC
Montenegro
 
 29 Mar '162mo29 May '1629 May '16
29 Mar '16

Saint Petersburg

2ยฐC
Russia
 19 Mar '1610d29 Mar '1629 Mar '16
19 Mar '16

Moscow

1ยฐC
Russia
 10 Mar '166d16 Mar '1616 Mar '16
10 Mar '16

Irkutsk

Russia
 3 Mar '165d8 Mar '168 Mar '16
3 Mar '16

Ulaanbaatar

0ยฐC
Mongolia
 25 Feb '166d2 Mar '162 Mar '16
25 Feb '16

Beijing

4ยฐC
China
 20 Feb '165d25 Feb '1625 Feb '16
20 Feb '16

Shanghai

8ยฐC
China
 15 Feb '164d19 Feb '1619 Feb '16
15 Feb '16

Zhangjiajie

China
 10 Feb '163d13 Feb '1613 Feb '16
10 Feb '16

Ko Pha Ngan

26ยฐC
Thailand
2015
 13 Dec '152mo9 Feb '169 Feb '16
13 Dec '15

Chiang Mai

28ยฐC
Thailand
 10 Dec '152d12 Dec '1512 Dec '15
10 Dec '15

Istanbul

12ยฐC
Turkey
 
 1 Aug '154mo9 Dec '159 Dec '15
1 Aug '15

Buenos Aires

15ยฐC
Argentina
 
 2 Jul '1528d30 Jul '1530 Jul '15
2 Jul '15

Chiang Mai

31ยฐC
Thailand
 28 Jun '154d2 Jul '152 Jul '15
28 Jun '15

Kuala Lumpur

32ยฐC
Malaysia
 
 4 Apr '153mo28 Jun '1528 Jun '15
4 Apr '15

Chiang Mai

37ยฐC
Thailand
 
 18 Mar '1515d2 Apr '152 Apr '15
18 Mar '15

Pokhara

24ยฐC
Nepal
 12 Mar '155d17 Mar '1517 Mar '15
12 Mar '15

Kathmandu

21ยฐC
Nepal
 5 Mar '156d11 Mar '1511 Mar '15
5 Mar '15

Benares

India
2014
 8 Apr '144d12 Apr '1412 Apr '14
8 Apr '14

Madrid

15ยฐC
Spain
 3 Apr '144d7 Apr '147 Apr '14
3 Apr '14

Barcelona

18ยฐC
Spain
 31 Mar '142d2 Apr '142 Apr '14
31 Mar '14

Paris

12ยฐC
France
 26 Mar '144d30 Mar '1430 Mar '14
26 Mar '14

Amsterdam

9ยฐC
Netherlands
 20 Mar '145d25 Mar '1425 Mar '14
20 Mar '14

London

11ยฐC
United Kingdom
2012
 10 Jun '122d12 Jun '1212 Jun '12
10 Jun '12

Helsinki

20ยฐC
Finland
 4 Jun '126d10 Jun '1210 Jun '12
4 Jun '12

Saint Petersburg

20ยฐC
Russia
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Introduce yourself โ€” who are you, where are you and what do you do?

 

by @coffeeshopceo |  | 672 comments

tl;dr: introduce yourself in this thread.

We must all get sick of the same backpacker travel questions when we meet new friends, I know I do.

You know the ones - where are you from, whereโ€™ve you been, where are you going, what do you do, how long have you been doing it - etc.

The novelty of answering these questions wears off after maybe a week, but theyโ€™re nonetheless insightful and no matter how much we hate them, we find ourselves asking others.

So letโ€™s bring the dreaded backpacker questionnaire to NomadForum and introduce ourselves shall we?

**

  • whatโ€™s your name?
  • where are you from?
  • how long have you been away from home?
  • what do you do?
  • where are you currently?
  • where are you going?
  • what has been memorable for you so far?
  • will you go home anytime soon?
  • what have you learnt during your time as a nomad?
  • [insert your own question here]

**

No need to answer them all if you donโ€™t want to :smile:
But the more you shareโ€ฆ The merrier!

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Are there comparable companies like Iglu in Thailand?


in Thailand by @stiensf |  | 2 comments

You can look up the Iglu company in Thailand. It is a legal way of working in Thailand with a work permit for digital nomads. Are there other companies in Thailand offering work permits for digital nomads? They charge you 30% of your salary, which is a lot. Are there other companies charging less than Iglu or have a different pricing scheme?

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How do you find the public transport information of your next destination?


by @nunoarruda |  | 11 comments

Probably most of you do as I do, Google it first and then research further, if needed, on official transportation websites, travel guides, blogs, etc.

I travel each month to a new city and I find this task tedious, sometimes thereโ€™s not enough information in English or there might be a handy travel planning app or uber-like app that Iโ€™m not aware of.

I wish there were a โ€œnomad listโ€ website or app for transport information where you would choose a city and be given all the transportation options (Bus? Tram? Subway? etc), how/where to buy tickets/passes and any additional useful information (trip planner, apps, maps, etc).

Do any of you relate to this?

PS: Iโ€™m a developer and I might actually try and create something to โ€œfixโ€ this if a lot of people are experiencing this same โ€œannoyanceโ€.

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I have a one way ticket and two laptops, is it suspicious?


by @amirrafiepour |  | 1 comment

Has anybody traveled as a DN with a one way ticket and two laptops?

Iโ€™m going to Chile in a couple weeks and I only have a one way ticket and Iโ€™m going to Argentina after Chile. I donโ€™t know when so that is why I still have not bought my onward ticket to Argentina but I will go there before my Chilean visa expires. Iโ€™m also going to carry my work windows laptop and my personal mac with me.

Now my question is, is this enough reason for an immigration officer to get suspicious and not let me in Chile? What would you tell them if they try to give me a hard time about my one way ticket and two laptops?

Thanks for you help in advance!

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How do you manage your money as a nomad?


by @visualista |  | 2 comments

Hi, let me start by saying iโ€™m an idiot when it comes to these things. I know all the infos are out there and Iโ€™ve been reading posts here as well as googling lots of blogs to find answers but there are just so many details and personal aspects that it leaves me dizzy! Iโ€™m hoping for a kind soul to share his/her wisdom with me in simple words. Bear with me while I try to wrap my head around this:

I NEED: 1. to be able to get payed by international customers in Dollars and Euros mostly 2. A way to get to that money with a debit/credit card for online payments and ATMโ€™s in whatever local currency needed (thinking of heading to Bali next)

I AM: newly nomadic designer working with platforms like 99designs and upwork as well as some direct clients. I have swiss citizenship, but am no longer resident there, or anywhere else.

I HAVE: 1. A swiss bank account (UBS) with CHF and no credit card (for savings not to be touched). 2. A spanish bank account (Deutsche Bank) with EUR with a debit and credit card for backup money. 3. A Paypal Account.

The plan is to earn the money I need to live monthly and put it into a spending account and only touch the others (CHF/EUR) if I didnโ€™t make enough money.

So far Iโ€™ve come across these options:

  1. Paypal
    I already have a paypal account and It does some of what I want. Except Iโ€™d have to transfer my online money to my Euro Account to spend it with my spanish credit card. Which sounds like a lot of fees. Blog posts about nomad finances all seem to say paypal is an expensive option.

  2. Open Local Bank Accounts / Use Butcoins
    I would like the simplest solution possible. Opening new accounts for every country sounds like too much paperwork (which I hate with the intensity of 100 hell fires). Bitcoins? Iโ€™m already confused with all the real currencyโ€™s involved please donโ€™t bring in digital onesโ€ฆ

  3. Payoneer
    Biggest plus: It is integrated in the platforms I work with (99d & Upwork) so I can pay out my earnings really simple and supposedly cheap. They also give me a Mastercard to spend that money and multi-currency โ€œbank accountsโ€. But Iโ€™ve read really mixed reviews about it so I donโ€™t know what to think of it in the end.

  4. Revolut:
    Seems to be just what I need. You get a Mastercard and . It seems like they have really low fees, good exchange rates and no ATM extra-charges? I read some good reviews (except customer service which seems to be terrible with both Payoneer and Revolut). Customers can pay me directly with the multi-currency bank accounts but I would have to find the best way to bring my earnings from 99d and Upwork into here (I read about a guy that uses payoneer to send money to his Revolut? Is anyone using a similar setup?)

  5. Travel Credit Cards
    Iโ€™ve read about those who are suposed to have low fees and no ATM-charges, have not done any research yet.

So this is what my research brought up. Is there something I missed? Seems like getting to your money is harder than actually making it xD
Does anybody with a similar situation have personal experiences and clear suggestions on this topic?
I canโ€™t seem to make up my mind between payoneer and revolut. I also read about Transferwise bringing in their own credit card but could not find any infos from them? I would really appreciate your inputs because as mentioned I find this all quite overwhelming and would love an easy solution that involves the least amount of paperwork/effort (even is I loose a few cents here and there if not possible otherwise)

Thank you all!!

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Any Latin nomads here?


by @chelocoach |  | 4 comments

Hi! Hola!

the rules are to post in english, soโ€ฆ

Iโ€™ve seen much information on blogs, youtube etc, from Americans or 1st world country people. But the information Iโ€™ve seen from Latin people is most than anything backpackers, and I would like to know the experience of Latin nomads, since I think there maybe some issues that are different, like racism and that earning an Developed Country equivalent income is way more challenging. And when English is not your native language, trying to understand a Chinese or Indi people speaking english, may be a nightmare.

I would like to know the experience of the Latin people on becoming a nomad and if you feel there is any difference or special barrier to overcome, and how did you faced them.

would appreciate any comments :slight_smile:

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What's the best digital nomad backpack?

 

by @levelsio |  | 93 comments

I hear stuff about Tortuga and Minaal, although Iโ€™m myself using a fake Chinese one I bought here in Bali.

What do you currently have and whatโ€™s the best?

2017 UPDATE: I made a gear page now:

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To those of you that aren't technical, what do you do to earn money?

 

by @theblakemoore |  | 27 comments

Hey guys!

Iโ€™m new around here and thought Iโ€™d ask a question Iโ€™ve been wondering for a while now. Iโ€™m set to sample the nomadic lifestyle soon and Iโ€™m currently trying to define what my skillset is, and what Iโ€™m going to do long term.

Iโ€™m sure many of you have been through this, but itโ€™s difficult knowing what youโ€™re good at! Iโ€™m not a developer and I know there must be so many of you that arenโ€™t working in technical roles. So I was just curious, for those of you that arenโ€™t developers (or even those of you that are with an additional side-hussle) what do you do to earn money on the road?

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  • Argentina

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    $1,003 / mo
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  • Thailand

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  • Russia

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    โ˜€๏ธ Feels 10° 50° 11° 51°AQI 30
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  • Germany

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    ๐ŸŒง Feels 12° 54° 12° 54°AQI 28
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    $2,942 / mo
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  • Montenegro

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    $1,896 / mo
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  • Nepal

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    โ˜€๏ธ Feels 26° 78° 26° 79°AQI 179๐Ÿ˜ท
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    $684 / mo
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  • China

    โญ๏ธ Overall Score 
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    $1,451 / mo
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  • South Korea

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  • ๐Ÿ›ฌ Most visits

  • Chiang Mai

    Chiang Mai used to be N.1 for the digital nomad life. It is still great and you can find really cheap apartments (300-400$) and restaurants (2-3$ for a main). Wouldn't recommend staying there during the burning season. The best area is Nimman, but it's also the most expensive. You can stay in the old city that's very nice but that gets noisy during the weekend for the night markets. Last but not least, very safe city. All in all would go back in a heartbeat.

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  • Buenos Aires

    Been living here in Buenos Aires for almost three years. Right now, it's (relatively) cheap. I mean, it isn't for the people who currently lives here but it's if you're a foreign, as the inflation keeps going on the peso isn't that worthy now. But, as I'm saying, if you come with dollars is going to make a huge difference. (3 years ago: 20 pesos= 1 USD. June 2020: 95 pesos= 1 USD. and if you're selling dollars in the informal market they will pay you $124. and with that you can buy two small

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  • Bangkok

    Don't believe the prices on here for an apartment. 686 usd/month refers to an apartment in a high class condo, right in the city centre and seconds away from the BTS(train station). Just remember this, people working at supermarkets make 2 usd/per hour. If you want to live like a local, then you can save a lot of money. If you don't mind a 5-10 minute walk from the BTS, then you can easily get a one bedroom apartment for 300 USD per month, in a high class condo, plus with free golf cart ser

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  • Berlin

    Berlin is overall a great city to be. Food is cheap and everywhere, easy to go out and have fun/meet for business. Rent has crept up but still far better value than where I came from. Internet: 36 EUR/month get me 450/40 mbps (cable -> DOCSIS 3.0) Public transport is 2.70 EUR/ticket. No woman I know has said they felt unsafe. Some really odd, xenophobic sounding comments on here. Biggest downsides IMO: service quality at restaurants - not that people are rude, but they don't seem to particular

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  • Saint Petersburg

    Doesn't matter what you're interested in, Saint Petersburg has it. It's the largest "small" city in Europe. Such a large population, but everything you want in nightlife and action is packed into several districts. Best city in Europe for nightlife. Not sure why nomadlist has "safety" as a con because it's safer than any western europe city and every american city. Cheaper than Thailand, but winter is COLD.

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  • Seoul

    Seoul is an amazing experience. Even though it's a massive city, it's thoroughly Korean rather than cosmopolitan and overflowing with authentic local culture. It's extremely clean, modern and futuristic with neon lights and flashing screens everywhere. The modern architecture in this city is impressive and beautiful. It wouldn't take much to convince yourself that you've travelled 100 years into the future. The food is amazing and you have to try Korean barbecue at least once if you visit this

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  • Jeju Island

    Safe for female solo travelers with affordable accommodations. Nature lovers should like it.

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  • Brasov

    Brasov looks like any historic German city, but Brasov is a resort city, the entire old town is only catered to tourism. There's nothing special about it.

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    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun bad
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety mediocre
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  • Buenos Aires

    Been living here in Buenos Aires for almost three years. Right now, it's (relatively) cheap. I mean, it isn't for the people who currently lives here but it's if you're a foreign, as the inflation keeps going on the peso isn't that worthy now. But, as I'm saying, if you come with dollars is going to make a huge difference. (3 years ago: 20 pesos= 1 USD. June 2020: 95 pesos= 1 USD. and if you're selling dollars in the informal market they will pay you $124. and with that you can buy two small

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    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun good
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety bad
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    โ˜€๏ธ Feels 23° 73° 23° 74°AQI 12
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    $696 / mo
    33Mbps
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  • Chiang Mai

    Chiang Mai used to be N.1 for the digital nomad life. It is still great and you can find really cheap apartments (300-400$) and restaurants (2-3$ for a main). Wouldn't recommend staying there during the burning season. The best area is Nimman, but it's also the most expensive. You can stay in the old city that's very nice but that gets noisy during the weekend for the night markets. Last but not least, very safe city. All in all would go back in a heartbeat.

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    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun good
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety good
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  • Saint Petersburg

    Doesn't matter what you're interested in, Saint Petersburg has it. It's the largest "small" city in Europe. Such a large population, but everything you want in nightlife and action is packed into several districts. Best city in Europe for nightlife. Not sure why nomadlist has "safety" as a con because it's safer than any western europe city and every american city. Cheaper than Thailand, but winter is COLD.

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    ๐Ÿ“ก Internet ๐ŸŽ Fast
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun good
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety very bad
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    โ˜€๏ธ Feels 12° 54° 12° 53°AQI 6
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  • Berlin

    Berlin is overall a great city to be. Food is cheap and everywhere, easy to go out and have fun/meet for business. Rent has crept up but still far better value than where I came from. Internet: 36 EUR/month get me 450/40 mbps (cable -> DOCSIS 3.0) Public transport is 2.70 EUR/ticket. No woman I know has said they felt unsafe. Some really odd, xenophobic sounding comments on here. Biggest downsides IMO: service quality at restaurants - not that people are rude, but they don't seem to particular

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    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun great
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety mediocre
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    ๐ŸŒฅ Feels 15° 59° 15° 60°AQI 28
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    $3,006 / mo
    33Mbps
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  • Ko Samui

    I spent 21 days here. Granted it was in Feb 2021 so there were not many tourists here, that made for a very enjoyable time experiencing the beautiful beaches and viewpoints without the swarm of wailing selfie sticks. Some very nice beach bars and cafes to work from with amazing views. A little more expensive than other areas of Thailand. If you go, a day visit to Ang Thong is a must. That place is just mesmerising.

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    ๐Ÿ“ก Internet ๐ŸŽ Fast
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun good
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety good
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  • Budva

    I really like Budva. It has paradisiac beaches, with extremely clear waters and very affordable prices for almost everything (Coming from Central Europe/Germany). Internet costs here 15โ‚ฌ for 500GB (no joke) and you can set up your life quite easily here. The gym costs around 40โ‚ฌ a month without a contract and the usual Taxi ride doesnt exceed 5โ‚ฌ. You have very nice beaches everywhere and the boat ride is not so expensive. Specially after September on prices get really cheap for renting.

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    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun mediocre
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety mediocre
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    ๐ŸŒง Feels 12° 54° 12° 54°AQI 8
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    $2,298 / mo
    23Mbps
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  • Pokhara

    I stayed in Pokhara for a few months and it is a friendly place with a good music scene. there are plenty of amazing trekking opportunities around in the Himalayas. the people are very friendly and it's easy to make friends. Lots of travelers here are smoking weed, it seems to be pretty legal here. internet speeds are good (probably 15 up and down on average but I stayed in one place that was hitting 30) but power cuts are frequent in the summer (monsoon) months. Many hotels, guest houses, airbn

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    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun great
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety mediocre
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    $700 / mo
    6Mbps
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  • Moscow

    You can have MGTS landline internet 500mbps for $10/mo. Only swiss products in groceries, no EU due to current sanctions. Really cheap life, if you are rich i'd recommend AzbukaVkusa groceries. A lot of expensive restaurants.

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    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun great
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety very bad
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    ๐ŸŒค Feels 10° 50° 11° 51°AQI 21
    10d
    $1,821 / mo
    21Mbps
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