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Re: World travel - long term

Posted: Thu Sep 05, 2019 3:43 pm
by elguapo
if blessed with the correct coloured passport.... personally i'd just arbitrage your time/skills..
meaning... if i were college aged....i'd work in an oil field/rig for a season to save up $$$...that way i could travel/kite with much less compromises.

this website is help for figuring out budgets needed..

i can say in cabarete...
if you want to live and eat the same the way as you do at home...expect to pay the same.
if you can do the beans&rice/no hotwater/basic everything thing...$300usd/m would probably suffice.

lowest costs i've personally seen was san blas, panama... i've met folks spending <$100/month living on a sailboats. (they eat what the catch..costs primarily beer&supplies). during dry season is kitesurf/foiling paradise.

colombia had the best value i've seen on cost of living. i'd live like a king on $2k per month goes in a lago calina near cali or la boquilla in cartagena..

omg wrote:
Mon Sep 02, 2019 7:04 am
just out of curiosity, what kind of businesses do you set up?
maybe you've heard of us...