avoiding winter

I'm from southern Europe and I wish to avoid winter this year. How do I find a "winter" job somewhere in the southern hemisphere? I've been eyeing New Zealand but I have no clue how to do it. Those work and travel sites cost a lot. Any experiences, advice?

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  1. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Idk about new zealand but Australia is a common destination for Europeans on "working holiday" visas. Come pick fruit or something.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Lol, someone who is such a pussy that they can't handle the winter of most of southern Europe(really unhelpful and pussy to not state the country) isn't going to last long picking fruits for poverty wages in the sweltering sun like a day laborer hyper exploited illegal immigrant.

      It would be a far better time to stay where he is. That said even though it would suck it may be an interesting and novel experience.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        What does being a pussy have to do with wanting to be comfortable in winter? Pussies hide in their heated bedrooms all winter, lurking on SighSee and watching porn. Chads buy a ticket to someplace warm, work on their tan, and chase the pretty girls.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        What do you mean southern European moronic sperg? Why are losers like you so scared of doxxing stupid you can't even say where you're from?

        My family is from southern Greece. I remember once I was in the Greek city of Patras I think in 2016 and they made a big deal because it snowed for the first time since the 1970's and it was a very small dusting of snow that didn't have staying power. Where my family is from Athens and the Peloponnese winter is very, very mild and it is not worth leaving unless you are into snow sports(which very few Greeks care about).

        So depending on what you mean by southern Europe you have problem if you can't handle such a very mild winter.

        Excuse me, Croatia is the place. I had a horrible winter last year and decided I won't get cucked by it this time.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I've been eyeing New Zealand but I have no clue how to do it
      Pretty sure them and Australia have work holiday visas if you're under 30, or if you have any savings you could just go hangout somewhere warm and cheap for the winter, like SEA countries or Argentina

      Unless you are retired or an investorgay, you have to work and save money during the summer to fund your travels in the winter. There are ways to live super cheap in a foreign country if you only have 2000 or so euros saved - workstays, for instance. Hostels, farms, even housesitting if you have solid references and can be trusted. Expect to eat simple, cook your own meals, and go out on the town only when your host takes you out to show his appreciation for your "volunteer" labor. But you can't expect to travel with no savings at all. New Zealand is a very desirable country for migrant laborers, so you will be competing against highly motivated Third Worlders who will do any dirty job and be happy doing it.
      tldr: don't expect to travel without money in your pocket.

      Applying for the visa, thanks mates. Do they say mate in NZ?

  2. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Unless you are retired or an investorgay, you have to work and save money during the summer to fund your travels in the winter. There are ways to live super cheap in a foreign country if you only have 2000 or so euros saved - workstays, for instance. Hostels, farms, even housesitting if you have solid references and can be trusted. Expect to eat simple, cook your own meals, and go out on the town only when your host takes you out to show his appreciation for your "volunteer" labor. But you can't expect to travel with no savings at all. New Zealand is a very desirable country for migrant laborers, so you will be competing against highly motivated Third Worlders who will do any dirty job and be happy doing it.
    tldr: don't expect to travel without money in your pocket.

  3. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    What do you mean southern European moronic sperg? Why are losers like you so scared of doxxing stupid you can't even say where you're from?

    My family is from southern Greece. I remember once I was in the Greek city of Patras I think in 2016 and they made a big deal because it snowed for the first time since the 1970's and it was a very small dusting of snow that didn't have staying power. Where my family is from Athens and the Peloponnese winter is very, very mild and it is not worth leaving unless you are into snow sports(which very few Greeks care about).

    So depending on what you mean by southern Europe you have problem if you can't handle such a very mild winter.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Athens has an average high temp below 15 C for December, January, and February. 13 days of rain per winter month on average, with the majority of daylight hours being cloudy (4.25 hours of sunshine per day in winter, on average). Your "very, very mild" Peloponnese winter would result in a natural indoor temp of 10 C for three months straight, barring artificial heating. That is not a fricking mild winter at all. A mild winter sees daytime highs at least 20 C, ideally 25 C.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Lol. You should spend a few weeks in Lapland in December. Then 10 C and 4 hours of sunlight will be like heaven when you get back.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      nta but not all of southern europe is a fricking beach resort I'm originally from Spain and in my hometown there is basically snow on the ground from December to April. Hell I live in Denver now and winter here is warmer and less snowy than back home.

  4. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    >I've been eyeing New Zealand but I have no clue how to do it
    Pretty sure them and Australia have work holiday visas if you're under 30, or if you have any savings you could just go hangout somewhere warm and cheap for the winter, like SEA countries or Argentina

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