10 paradisiacal places where it is easy and quite inexpensive to start a new life
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If work doesn't tie you to a place, there's no difference where to live. More precisely, there is — you can choose a place according to taste, climatic and aesthetic preferences.
Those who wish to settle pay little attention to some truly paradisiacal corners of the earth, but in vain. We will tell you about these secret places now.
1. Avarua, Cook Islands
The locals are Polynesian aborigines, and they are not spoiled by tourists at all. No more than 100 thousand foreigners come here a year. For comparison, Hawaii attracts 8 million tourists a year.
What can I do here? Watch whales, go hiking, enjoy incredible landscapes.
So what's the catch? Foreigners cannot buy real estate on the island. But they can rent it for 60 years. To become a full-fledged citizen, you will have to live here for several years and get a special permit from the authorities.
2. Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic
The only catch is that for a normal life here you will have to learn at least a little Czech.
3. Koh Tonsai, Cambodia
On the island, you can relax on the beach or explore the local cave in the jungle. For $5, local fishermen will cook a delicious dinner right in front of you from the crab they caught. And any other seafood here costs $ 1-2.
What's the catch? This is not a clean beach island where you will lie under an umbrella for days on end. The wild local beach is sometimes "decorated" by packs of stray dogs or other inhabitants of the forest. Just right for those who want to be away from civilization.
4. Guanajuato, Mexico
Ray Bradbury wrote the story "Next in Line" about his experience of living here. It also hosts a famous art festival called Cervantino. He was named after the author of the novel about Don Quixote.
5. Pearl Islands, Panama
You can rent a house on the seashore for only $ 300 per month. Pearl Islands are ideal for self-imposed exile.
By the way, three seasons of the TV series "Stay Alive" were filmed here. So the places in terms of picturesqueness are among the most impressive on the planet.
6. Agonda Beaches, Goa, India
This part of Goa is quite deserted, and the locals are not as spoiled by tourists as in other parts of the Indian coast. And there are almost no hippies in Agonda with their stupid plastic glasses. But there are a large number of temples and places for yoga classes.
7. Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria
Interestingly, Veliko Tarnovo has seen the ups and downs of at least half a dozen world empires. And an apartment here can be rented for only $ 200 per month. The only drawback is the relatively poorly developed infrastructure.
8. Ho Kok Beach, Vietnam
Therefore, housing here can be found for $ 150-200 per month. However, you will have to live here in close contact with the locals. Get ready for the fact that they will share the beach places with you.
9. Ksamil Beach, Albania
Eat seafood (they sell 30 types of fish here, the average cost of a dish in a cafe is $ 6), drink cheap wine ($ 6 per bottle), ride catamarans and hope that there will be no more tourists here in five years.
10. Las Trancas, Chile
There is only one problem: it is almost always winter in these places. But someone loves her, right?