Anyone interested in coliving in Las Palmas Oct 15 - Dec 18?

#1

Toying with the idea of renting a house with other nomads in Las Palmas between Oct 15th - Dec 18th. If you’re interested, please PM me with your email address, budget and dates.

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#2

I’ve already arranged my accommodation, but I’ll be in Las Palmas from 28 November until the end of March, so would be interested in meet-ups.

#3

Sounds great Anne, hope to see you around then, feel free to shoot me a PM after you arrive. Looks like there will be a few of us around.

#4

Good news. I’ll get in touch then.

#5

I might visit there during similar dates. Have you been there before? What would be a reasonable budget for this location? $2000/month?

#6

Spain yes, Las Palmas no. So there’s a lot of variance in price, but US$1750 to 3000/mo would probably be average for a 3 bedroom place. I can research more once I get emails and budget ranges from everyone.

#7

I was planning to come with my friend (also Nomad / working remote) to Las Palmas in Nov.
Mainly to work/surf.

A surfcamp with accomodation and fast internet would be 300€/week so that would also be my rough budget.
Plus renting a car and surf equipment…

How can I send you a PM here? I`m new to the forum… I use the slack chat more…

#8

OK right on Nico, I’m hoping to surf as well although I don’t know dick about it.

You should be able to just click my picture here and there’s a “MESSAGE” button, or you can find me on #nomads with the same handle.

#9

Ok muchachas y muchachos, if you’re interested in renting together in Las Palmas (and have not messaged me directly about it), make sure to send me a private message in the next 24 hours with 1) dates between October 15 - December 15 for which you are interested, 2) Your $budget$, and 3) include your email address, thanks.

#10

Just a late update on this, the coliving thing didn’t work out but I’ve created a fb group for people in Las Palmas to get together: https://www.facebook.com/groups/982918835102623/

#11

Ah damn this was last year! I’m thinking about going this year!

Did you go, how was it for winter?

Thanks

#12

It’s worth checking out, although it’s not at the top of my list. The worst thing about it is it’s hard to find reasonable short-term housing. I did enjoy my two months there though, I’d get a hotel for a week and see what you think before committing. Shout out to my boys at Coworking C!

#13

How did you all get on in Las Palmas? Thinking about heading there in Jan to work/surf/improve my Spanish. How was the community? Weather at that time of year? General thoughts on it? Anything is appreciated! Thanks x