I'm the one who left the review complaining about how people don't speak English 2-3 months ago. I think it's only fair to leave another review as I projected a pretty negative overall picture of the place. I came back a second time and boy, I'm glad I did. The language barrier didn't disappear, but I came with a different mindset and made efforts to learn some basic Spanish. Being able to explain how you want your coffee even makes a huge difference. Mexican people are kind and warm-hearted.
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 InternetWiFi🏎 Fast😀 Fun good👮 Safety badTap to open🌧Feels 24°75°24°75°AQI53$1,373 / mo21Mbps×
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
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 😝 Cheap📡 InternetWiFi🏎 Fast😀 Fun good👮 Safety badTap to open🌤Feels 12°54°12°54°AQI382$704 / mo23Mbps×
I have only been to a couple of digital nomad spots around the world, but I must say I have been disappointed with PDC for several reasons. I am a coworking space kind of girl and even though there are a few here, they are all not great. Especially if you compare them to the spaces in Bali Canggu/Ubud for example. In PDC it was all about choosing the lesser „evil“ for me. They are okay, but I didn‘t feel the same community vibes or very inspired in these places. The choices of healthy foo
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 InternetWiFi🏎 Fast😀 Fun great👮 Safety badTap to open🌥Feels 44°111°31°88°🥵AQI99😷$1,479 / mo13Mbps×
Chiang Mai used to be N.1 for the digital nomad life. It is still great and you can find really cheap apartments (300-400$) 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.
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 InternetWiFi🏎 Fast😀 Fun good👮 Safety goodTap to open🌥Feels 43°109°32°89°🥵AQI744$1,029 / mo20Mbps×
Oaxaca is one of a kind. It's a gorgeous city, incredible culture and the best mexican food around. It's cheap, clean, walkable and has quick wifi. I fell in love with this city. In my opinion, it has a Chiang Mai vibe except smaller and cleaner.
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 InternetWiFi🏎 Fast😀 Fun mediocre👮 Safety mediocreTap to open🌥Feels 29°84°26°78°🥵AQI276$1,274 / mo18Mbps×
During my brief trip to Paris, I was surprised to find few people spoke English. I speak French moderately well and always began speaking with people in French. At the hotel, I had some questions I couldn't ask in French and was surprised that the front-desk staff seemingly only spoke a few words of English. Aside from that, I did not find people rude, just businesslike. My favorite neighborhood was the Quartier Latin - I would live there if I could! I didn't see any tourists in that arrond
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 🧐 Too expensive📡 InternetWiFi🏎 Fast😀 Fun good👮 Safety mediocreTap to open🌧Feels 23°73°23°73°AQI97$4,129 / mo32Mbps×
Didn't plan to come to Zagreb, and so had no expectations. Turned out to be a lovely, liveable city, so much so that I extended my stay by several weeks! Contrary to some of the comments from a year ago, it is now very vegan friendly, cards are universally accepted, steady WiFi si abundant, and many other people are working from coffee shops. The city is very walkable, and more affordable than Split or Dubrovnik.
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 InternetWiFi🏎 Fast😀 Fun mediocre👮 Safety mediocreTap to open☀️Feels 39°102°32°90°🥵AQI31$1,843 / mo21Mbps×