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    been in one place for 3 whole weeks, now for the coast, at least tis quiet there this time of year
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    Originally Posted by Starling
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    I've never "travelled". I've been on holidays in Europe. I went to Tokyo once, for a work conference. I'm going to South Africa on Sunday, for a holiday (a training holiday).

    I need to get away more.
    It sounds to me you have traveled more than many other people.
    We all lead different lives.

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    Why you should travel!

    Would love to travel but it costs money, normally a lot , so a week or 2 in France in the summer at a camp site has to do
    The trouble is, you think you have time.


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    Originally Posted by Petew
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    Would love to travel but it costs money, normally a lot , so a week or 2 in France in the summer at a camp site has to do
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    PLEASE explain HOW it costs more than just living in the same place?
    Those Mountains that you're carrying, you were only supposed to climb.

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    Originally Posted by Petew
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    Would love to travel but it costs money, normally a lot , so a week or 2 in France in the summer at a camp site has to do
    Go to India , its well possible to actually be saving money after a month , on what it would cost to be in UK for a month
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    Originally Posted by Okifolki
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    I've hardly been anywhere! Even in Britain. I don't really get the travel bug either.
    You should travel more then
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    Originally Posted by Sootyfoot
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    PLEASE explain HOW it costs more than just living in the same place?
    You have to get there in the 1st place, fuel costs, insurance, passport, visa, I pay none of them at home. £150 at the moment for channel tunnel return. Then there's work, I have to earn to pay for all that.


    The trouble is, you think you have time.


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    Why you should travel,

    To visit places like this and so much more


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    Originally Posted by wobblyjim
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    Why you should travel,

    To visit places like this and so much more


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    Think I might skip their bog !
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    "If you think adventure is dangerous, try routine, it's lethal."
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    Originally Posted by Uncle jhad
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    "If you think adventure is dangerous, try routine, it's lethal."
    Paulo Coelho
    Wow,its scary how much I can relate to that
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    anything is possible,that my friends is a mathematical certainty ;-)

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    Originally Posted by Petew
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    You have to get there in the 1st place, fuel costs, insurance, passport, visa, I pay none of them at home. £150 at the moment for channel tunnel return. Then there's work, I have to earn to pay for all that.
    Is your home FREE? your Food free? you pays insurance and fuel anyway if u have a vehicle..... a passport lasts 10 yrs, thats £9 a year..negligible....and the further East you travel, the cheaper shit gets so you wot need to EARN as much
    Those Mountains that you're carrying, you were only supposed to climb.

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    Originally Posted by Sootyfoot
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    Is your home FREE? your Food free? you pays insurance and fuel anyway if u have a vehicle..... a passport lasts 10 yrs, thats £9 a year..negligible....and the further East you travel, the cheaper shit gets so you wot need to EARN as much
    I'm not going to become homeless just to travel. If travel is free, why are we all not roaming around the world? Simple fact, roof over heads, wife and child looked after, secure (if shite) job pays for that and does not leave much left. If travel costs so little why is there so many homeless? Surely they should just wander over to India?

    I do get what you are trying to say, but it's not as easy as it sounds.


    The trouble is, you think you have time.


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    The amount of money in my bank account at the moment is enough to get me to reading, is that far enough east


    The trouble is, you think you have time.

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    Originally Posted by Petew
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    I'm not going to become homeless just to travel.

    I do get what you are trying to say, but it's not as easy as it sounds.
    Vantravellers have a Home! a Van and it's as esy as you want it to be, if you are gonna give yourself obstacles to everything in life, you are going to be sat in your old peeps home sayin, fuggit.i Wish i had gone to " Insert wherever her" when i had the chance, but if you have no Wanderlust, thats fine no one is forcing ya.
    Those Mountains that you're carrying, you were only supposed to climb.

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    Here are the full rankings for all 112 countries surveyed by GOBankingRates, from the least expensive at No. 1 to the most expensive.
    1 South Africa 29 Georgia 57 Guatemala 85 Ethiopia
    2 India 30 Brazil 58 Brunei 86 Australia
    3 Kosovo 31 Turkey 59 Canada 87 Luxembourg
    4 Saudi Arabia 32 Estonia 60 Ecuador 88 Costa Rica
    5 Kazakhstan 33 Spain 61 Sweden 89 United Kingdom
    6 Zambia 34 Tunisia 62 Bahrain 90 New Zealand
    7 Oman 35 Germany 63 Sri Lanka 91 Dominican Republic
    8 Paraguay 36 Slovenia 64 Austria 92 Qatar
    9 Czech Republic 37 Syria 65 Finland 93 Myanmar
    10 Macedonia 38 Hungary 66 Iran 94 Belgium
    11 Bosnia & Herzegovina 39 Russia 67 Vietnam 95 Tanzania
    12 Poland 40 Bangladesh 68 Ireland 96 Lebanon
    13 Colombia 41 Philippines 69 Uzbekistan 97 Cambodia
    14 Pakistan 42 Armenia 70 Jordan 98 Jamaica
    15 Moldova 43 Egypt 71 Netherlands 99 South Korea
    16 Chile 44 Portugal 72 Thailand 100 Maldives
    17 Malaysia 45 Latvia 73 Denmark 101 Panama
    18 Serbia 46 Morocco 74 China 102 Japan
    19 Greece 47 Croatia 75 Italy 103 Mongolia
    20 Bulgaria 48 Lithuania 76 Iraq 104 Singapore
    21 Romania 49 Peru 77 Uruguay 105 Kuwait
    22 Mexico 50 Belarus 78 France 106 Iceland
    23 Azerbaijan 51 Taiwan 79 Kenya 107 Norway
    24 Ukraine 52 Cyprus 80 United Arab Emirates 108 Ghana
    25 Algeria 53 Namibia 81 Zimbabwe 109 Switzerland
    26 Montenegro 54 Slovakia 82 Israel 110 Hong Kong
    27 Albania 55 El Salvador 83 United States 111 Bahamas
    28 Nepal 56 Indonesia 84 Argentina 112 Bermuda
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    20. Bulgaria

    • Local purchasing power is 40.2% lower
    • Rent is 92.8% is cheaper
    • Groceries are 68.4% cheaper
    • Local goods and services are 64.2% cheaper

    The biggest factor that put Bulgaria among the cheapest countries to live is its low rent costs. In Varna, one of Bulgaria’s largest cities, rent is $232 a month for a one-bedroom apartment. Food and consumer goods are also cheaper in Bulgaria than most other countries in these rankings. Located in Europe, Bulgaria borders Greece, Turkey and Romania, and has a population of 7.2 million. Its major industries include electricity, gas, food, beverages and tobacco.
    19. Greece

    • Local purchasing power is 3.6% higher
    • Rent is 91.6% cheaper
    • Groceries are 57.31% cheaper
    • Local goods and services are 48% cheaper

    Located in the beautiful Mediterranean with plenty of coastlines and islands, Greece is a major tourist destination that offers a picturesque setting at a low cost. Greece has a higher purchasing power and one of the lowest rents of any of the cheapest countries, with a median price to rent a one-bedroom apartment in Patras around $240 a month. Food and consumer goods are pricier compared to the other 49 cheapest countries, however. Greece has also faced a lot of economic turbulence due to huge government debts, which can mean unsure banking and financial services for those who move to Greece.
    18. Serbia

    • Local purchasing power is 52.4% lower
    • Rent is 94.6% cheaper
    • Groceries are 73.2% cheaper
    • Local goods and services are 66.8% cheaper

    Serbia is a European country with a population of 7.2 million, and its major industries include automobiles, base metals and furniture. Serbia has the third-lowest rent index of the 50 cheapest countries, with typical costs for a one-bedroom apartment around $170 a month in Novi Sad. The country has low-cost groceries and consumer goods, though it also has a lower local purchasing power.
    17. Malaysia

    • Local purchasing power is 6.11% lower
    • Rent is 89.3% cheaper
    • Groceries are 55.2% cheaper
    • Local goods and services are 59.2% cheaper

    The most favorable cost factor that put Malaysia among the cheapest countries is its better-than-average local purchasing power, which is evidence of a strong local economy. The Southeast Asian country has a population of 30.5 million, and its major industries center on processing and manufacturing rubber and palm products.
    16. Chile

    • Local purchasing power is 7.3% lower
    • Rent is 87% cheaper
    • Groceries are 61.6% cheaper
    • Local goods and services are 56.8% cheaper

    Chile is a South American country that stretches along the continent’s west coast and has a population of 17.5 million. Chile’s biggest industries are minerals, including lithium and copper. The country ranks favorably thanks to a higher local purchasing power that’s not far behind that of New York City, as well as lower costs in rent, groceries and more.
    15. Moldova

    • Local purchasing power is 67.9% lower
    • Rent is 92.8% cheaper
    • Groceries are 79.4% cheaper
    • Local goods and services are 74.1% cheaper

    Moldova is a cheap country that offers some of the lowest prices on groceries and consumer goods. In Chisinau, average monthly expenses for a single person are around $330 a month, and rent is also cheap at around $200 a month for a single-bedroom apartment. An eastern European country, Moldova has 3.5 million residents, and its main industries are sugar, vegetable oil and other foods.
    14. Pakistan

    • Local purchasing power is 54.5% lower
    • Rent is 94% cheaper
    • Groceries are 72.5% cheaper
    • Local goods and services are 71.3% cheaper

    Pakistan is located west of India and south of Afghanistan. It has a population of nearly 200 million people, with its strongest industries including manufacturing of textiles and apparel, food processing and pharmaceuticals. Living in Pakistan is pretty affordable, especially if you move to the city Lahore. Combined typical costs of rent, food and other goods and services for a month come out to about $530 a month.
    13. Colombia

    • Local purchasing power is 53.5% lower
    • Rent is 93% cheaper
    • Groceries are 73.8% cheaper
    • Local goods and services are 70.4% cheaper

    Colombia offers low costs across the board, from rent to groceries and other goods. A typical one-bedroom in Medellin, for example, is priced around $140 a month while other expenses add just around $350 a month. Located in northern South America, Colombia has a population of 46.7 million, and its main industries include textiles, food and oil.
    12. Poland

    • Local purchasing power is 26% lower
    • Rent is 88.1% cheaper
    • Groceries are 69.4% cheaper
    • Local goods and services are 61.3% cheaper

    Poland has one of the higher local purchasing powers of the 50 cheapest countries. Any incomes earned locally will go further, especially with the country’s lower grocery and consumer goods costs. Poland has a population of 38.6 million, and its main industries are iron and steel manufacturing, coal mining and machine building.
    11. Bosnia and Herzegovina

    • Local purchasing power is 40.4% lower
    • Rent is 92.9% cheaper
    • Groceries are 71.2% cheaper
    • Local goods and services are 64.7% cheaper

    Bosnia and Herzegovina is a European nation that borders Croatia and Serbia, and has a population of 3.9 million. Its main industries are minerals and metals, including steel, coal, iron ore, lead and zinc. Bosnia and Herzegovina has a decent local purchasing power, as well as low prices on rent, groceries and consumer goods. In the capital of Sarajevo, for example, the combined monthly costs of rent and other expenses is just around $600-$700.




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    10. Macedonia

    • Local purchasing power is 49.7% lower
    • Rent is 94% cheaper
    • Groceries are 73.3% cheaper
    • Local goods and services are 68.6% cheaper

    Rounding out the top 10 of the cheapest countries to live in or retire is Macedonia, which has one of the lowest rents of the 50 cheapest countries. Groceries and consumer goods also cheap, which keeps costs low despite a middling local purchasing power. Macedonia is a European nation located just north of Greece and has a smaller population of 2.1 million. Its main industries are textiles, food processing and oil.
    9. Czech Republic

    • Local purchasing power is 8.4% lower
    • Rent is 87.8% cheaper
    • Groceries are 63% cheaper
    • Local goods and services are 57.7% cheaper

    The Czech Republic lands at No. 9 thanks to a balance between lower costs and a higher local purchasing power. This European country borders Germany, Austria and Poland, and has a population of 10.6 million. It has a higher GDP per capita (around $19,500), according to the World Bank, which means that locals can buy more with their incomes.
    8. Paraguay

    • Local purchasing power is 49% lower
    • Rent is 91.7% cheaper
    • Groceries are 75.3% cheaper
    • Local goods and services are 69.7% cheaper

    A South American nation with a population of 6.8 million, Paraguay’s main industries include sugar, cement and textiles. The country has low costs across the board on rent, grocery and consumer goods. In the nation’s capital, Asunción, monthly expenses for a single person are just around $360 month, and rent for a single-bedroom flat is about $250.
    7. Oman

    • Local purchasing power is 57.5% higher
    • Rent is 71.7% cheaper
    • Groceries are 48.9% cheaper
    • Local goods and services are 44.4% cheaper

    Oman is a small nation with a population of 3.3 million that borders Saudi Arabia and the Arabian Sea. Like many of its Middle Eastern neighbors, Oman is rich in oil and gas resources that make it a wealthy nation that has the highest local purchasing power in the top 50.
    6. Zambia

    • Local purchasing power is 50% higher
    • Rent is 68.1% cheaper
    • Groceries are 59.1% cheaper
    • Local goods and services are 44.6% cheaper

    Zambia actually has the highest rent of any of the 50 countries in these rankings. Yet, this African nation landed at No. 6 among the cheapest countries thanks to its high local purchasing powers. For those looking to relocate to a cheaper country, Zambia would offer both lower costs and local incomes high enough to help cover expenses.
    5. Kazakhstan

    • Local purchasing power is 38.2% lower
    • Rent is 88.9% cheaper
    • Groceries are 74.8% cheaper
    • Local goods and services are 68.7% cheaper

    Kazakhstan borders Russia and China, and has a population of 18.2 million people. The local economy relies on Kazakhstan’s natural resources like oil, coal and iron ore. Kazakhstan’s cheap living is most apparent in its costs for groceries and consumer goods, which are lower than most of the 50 cheapest nations.
    4. Saudi Arabia

    • Local purchasing power is 33.6% higher
    • Rent is 85.9% cheaper
    • Groceries are 56.4% cheaper
    • Local goods and services are 49.4% cheaper

    Groceries are more expensive in this desert country than most other cheapest countries, as are consumer goods. But this Middle Eastern nation is fairly wealthy, thanks to its strong oil industry centered on crude oil, petroleum refining and petrochemicals. Plus, Saudi Arabia has a higher GDP per capita of $24,161, according to the World Bank. This helps give Saudi Arabia a local purchasing power that even beats out New York City.
    3. Kosovo

    • Local purchasing power is 33.8% lower
    • Rent is 91.5% lower
    • Groceries are 75.8% cheaper
    • Local goods and services are 72.6% cheaper

    Kosovo is located in Eastern Europe and borders Serbia, Albania and Macedonia. It has a population of 1.9 million, and mineral mining and construction materials are the major industries in Kosovo. When it comes to costs, Kosovo scores the best on consumer goods and groceries — in the capital of Pristina, expenses for a single person are just $324 a month. Rent costs are also low at just $275 a month for a one-bedroom apartment.
    2. India

    • Local purchasing power is 20.9% lower
    • Rent is 95.2% cheaper
    • Groceries are 74.4% cheaper
    • Local goods and services are 74.9% cheaper

    India is the most populous country among the 50 cheapest, home to 1.25 billion residents. Its major industries include textiles, chemicals and food processing. India also has a relatively high local purchasing power in the major cities surveyed. Living in India can be cheap; it has the second-lowest rent index of the 50 cheapest countries (after neighbor Nepal). India also has some of the lowest prices for consumer goods and groceries, with typical monthly expenses for these priced around $285 a month for a single person living in Kolkata.
    1. South Africa

    • Local purchasing power is 26.9% higher
    • Rent is 87.5% cheaper
    • Groceries are 71% cheaper
    • Local goods and services are 65.8% cheaper

    South Africa is the cheapest country to live or retire. It’s also the world’s largest producer of platinum, gold and chromium, which goes far to enrich the country and its economy. This resulted in a local purchasing power that’s significantly higher than what New Yorkers face, which is the most favorable factor that puts South Africa at No. 1.
    Along with a higher local purchasing power, South Africa also offers lower prices on consumer goods and groceries, and rent costs that are typical of the 50 cheapest countries. In the major city of Cape Town, for instance, monthly expenses total just under $400 while the average rent costs are reflected by the typical price to rent a one-bedroom in Durban of around $280 a month.
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    A few years ago, I upset the apple cart by saying I liked the egalitarianism of more affordable air travel.
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    Aha.....still gotta pay to travel, rent a car and likely pay tourist rates for accommodation etc....may as well park your arse in overpriced UK accommodation and have a disappointing kebab or curry then get a sunbed.....and suck up the bitter, cynical resentment that you'll get anyway if you go trying to live like a king in the aforementioned countries.
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    I would love to travel all the way round the world without using an aeroplane.
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    Originally Posted by Paul Harasimow
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    I would love to travel all the way round the world without using an aeroplane.

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    Originally Posted by Paul Harasimow
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    I would love to travel all the way round the world without using an aeroplane.
    Then Paul , I suggest that if you have good enough health,get off your arse and do it. It would be so much better to have done such a marvelous thing in your life,than getting too old to achieve it and wishing that you had done it when you had the chance.

    I hear people say all the time " we would love to live like you and travel lots " . I just think and say,well bloody well do it !!

    We dont know how many tomorrows are left,which makes taking action today far more important.

    You have already publically affirmed that you would love to do it,so that is the first step already taken
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    Originally Posted by zendaze
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    pay to travel, rent a car and likely pay tourist rates for accommodation etc...
    Hitch? rent a what?? and what are these tourist rates thy speaketh of?
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