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Where on this planet can I go to where I can receive basic food and housing in exchange for work? I don't need money, I just need basic accommodation. My number one goal is to escape the first world permanently. I have savings, but I'd much rather go this route. Thanks!

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  1. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Jail

  2. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Become a prostitute

  3. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why would you want to do a work-stay in a poorer country? Labor is far more valued in the First World. Also, it's usually hot as hell, and you need to be a strong person to handle working under the hot sun for hours on end.

    In fact, people PAY their hosts to work on organic farms in developing countries, in order to cover the discrepancy between the value of their labor and the value of their food & accomodation. Some unskilled foreigner messing around in a field for four hours a day has contributed maybe a dollar of value, but he will demand $5 worth of food and living accomodations worth at least $5/night...probably with air conditioning too, kek. He's not going to eat sticky rice with a bit of pork and sleep under a mosquito net on a platform of reeds, with no mattress and no blanket - like a real farmhand does.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      I understand your approach here, and well said so thank you. But I've been living in a hut for a long time in the jungle, have no furniture or walls, and about half of my food is from the land. I'm 100% willing to join any somewhat tropical, highly remote village somewhere if I could somehow get them to bestow upon me a role to fill. I have zero desire to have wealth. My only goal is to be in the southern hemisphere, somewhere tropical, and near some waves. Can I just sail up to a french polynesian island and try to convince them to let me join them? Has anybody tried that yet

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Can I just sail up to a french polynesian island and try to convince them to let me join them?
        Oh Christ it's like my ethics application all over again...

  4. 5 months ago
    fake and gay

    Ski resort + employee housing (aka the ghetto in the meadow). It's kinda shitty accommodations and pay but you do get paid actual money and can make use of the employee food provisions. And you get paid actual money, that you can save if you're frugal and don't blow it all on weed (like most ski resort employees) and then come springtime you can frick off to a third world country to live on $600 a month.
    There's some anon here that does something like this I think on a golf course. Maybe he'll chime in. The way he talks about his life sounds pretty cool.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Sincerely thank you. I have 20k savings. This enough to slowly segway from first world accommodations to eventuall living ID-less, cash-less, while living off the land somewhere in either south america or a south pacific island?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Showing my age here but this reminds me of a really old episode of MTV's True Life where some lazy shit like OP worked in the hampton's each summer and then did frick all the rest of the year.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        I would unironically do that.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        I'm lazy for wanting the same lifestyle and standards as a medieval peasant?

  5. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    HelpX
    Workaway
    Wwoof
    Try Google next time

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Tried all three including couchsurfing. 80% of them are shit. You know it's true. Thanks though. I'm basically seeking to join an uncontacted tribe somewhere but I know that's not likely so maybe something in between that and wwoofing lol. I'd take a remote job too but those are impossible to get.

      Become a prostitute

      Thanks!

      Jail

      Lol!

  6. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    To boil it down: where can I live in this world that is A) cashless, currency-less B) I can integrate intp

  7. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    go work on cargo/tanker ships or join the military if you want to earn next to nothing and treated like shit while traveling

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Worked on boats for several years, I'm looking to settle down. But well said. I'm ineligible for military

  8. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I used to be part of a Marxist collective called the Teachers Group (TG). By outsiders, it's often called "Tvind" after the place in Denmark where it started. As you might expect from the name, the TG got its start by running schools, but it soon expanded to running international development aid projects in Africa, operating various farming projects throughout the tropics, and engaging in second hand textiles trade throughout the world. Being part of TG guarantees you a position working at a TG activity, and, if you're from a first world country, it's generally a management type position. You could be helping run a cashew farm in Mozambique, or running a chain of shops in Belize, or selling used clothes by the container in west Africa, or working in an HIV/AIDs project in Namibia or a teacher training college in Malawi. As long as you're in TG, you get a job (that you can choose from among those available), a place to live, food, pocket money, regular vacations and travel home to see family, health care, and all your basic needs met.

    If this sounds interesting to you, TG operates some schools for adults in the first world called DRH schools. They offer programs where you spend 3-6 months training/studying at the school, 3-12 months working at development projects in Africa (or other poor part of the world), and then 1-6 months back at the school concluding. If you like the DRH program, then you might be a good fit for TG, and you can talk to people at the school about joining.

    As of right now, I think the following DRH schools are operating-- DRH Lindersvold in Denmark, Center for International Cooperation and Development (CICD) in England, One World Center in the USA (Michigan), and Richmond Vale Academy in St. Vincent. There is a program fee, but I don't think it's particularly expensive (works out to a few hundred dollars a month), and it's typically negotiable with scholarship opportunities available.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      OP
      >asks how to become a slave
      This homosexual
      >unironically have you considered communism?

  9. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Problem being surrounded with poor people is that they're almost always thriving to get richer, and you won't relate to them.
    I'm from the very first world and I feel you, thing is people in the 3rd world are more attracted to money and showing status than us.
    I'm not sure there's anywhere in the world where people don't have tiktok and want to emulate what they see here.
    I think it was Thoreau, or Emerson, who lived in the woods with nothing, and tried to show to poor people how enjoyable it can be, but they wouldn't listen.

    You're more likely to find what you look for in places where they did the whole wealth loop like us, so rich and bored with materialism we want to quit it.
    Organic farms in Sweden, moutain pasture in Switzerland (they're actively looking for people), very small islands in Japan, etc.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Hawaiians spend 0.1% of their time online. Very rare and mostly unmolested culture

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      This is a very valid point. OP says he wants to live near a tropical beach...like every single normie does, nothing new there. He also wants to live cheap AF...also a very common trait. From the locals' perspective, you are just an invading foreigner who wants to occupy without contributing the money that makes tourism tolerable. Chances are he also intends to be socially intrusive, compete with the brownoids for the prettiest local girl, insist on "helping" with everything, and otherwise disrupt the neighborhood life. You better be bringing some currency to make it worthwhile for everyone to play along with your charade.

  10. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    You can do this in the alps, but you'll need to have some experience with farm work. You'll live on their farm, eat from their produce and work 7 days a week for 12 hours a day during summer and way less during winter. Usually people do this for one summer, or like 2 months, as an espace or they use (abuse) cheap eastern europeans.
    Pro: you won't get murdered by cartel or other 3rd worlders lunatics

  11. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Work on a cruise ship?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Sounds like hell on earth

      Problem being surrounded with poor people is that they're almost always thriving to get richer, and you won't relate to them.
      I'm from the very first world and I feel you, thing is people in the 3rd world are more attracted to money and showing status than us.
      I'm not sure there's anywhere in the world where people don't have tiktok and want to emulate what they see here.
      I think it was Thoreau, or Emerson, who lived in the woods with nothing, and tried to show to poor people how enjoyable it can be, but they wouldn't listen.

      You're more likely to find what you look for in places where they did the whole wealth loop like us, so rich and bored with materialism we want to quit it.
      Organic farms in Sweden, moutain pasture in Switzerland (they're actively looking for people), very small islands in Japan, etc.

      Well thought out, thanks. Needs to be in the Southern Hemisphere unfortunately due to nuclear fallout risks

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Needs to be in the Southern Hemisphere unfortunately due to nuclear fallout risks
        Lot of paranoia on this board recently.

  12. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >basic food and housing in exchange for work
    You just described the Amish.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Is there an Amish community that's not religious on this planet and preferably outside of the USA?

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        There's that one in Mexico that got attacked by the cartel a few years ago.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          Thanks bro! Glad I made the thread! So far I got your cartel bullshit, jail, prostitution, cruise ship bullshit, the hamptons, ski resort. You are all completely fricking useless larping as if you actually leave your houses. Frick all of you and frick this board.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Have you considered that "work in exchange for only food and accomodation" isn't an economic model that's practiced much anymore and is not (for good reason) even legal in many places?

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Have you considered that anyone who has actually tried this no longer has internet access and can't post their experiences? You're literally trying to live with an uncontacted tribe, they don't have computers.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            lmao, SighSee OP entitlement is crazy.
            >hey guys, I'm mentally ill, can you help me with my weird interests?
            >"Have you tried not being mentally ill?"
            >"I'm mentally ill too, I have a suggestion that's slightly different from yours, though."
            >"I'm mostly normal, but I can recommend something that's a little more out of the ordinary."
            >Frick you guys, you didn't give me exactly what I wanted!

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            >NOOOOO BEING A SKI BUM AND SKIING EVERY SINGLE DAY IN RETURN FOR ROOM AND BOARD + A BIT EXTRA IS SOOO TERRIBLE EVEN THOUGH ITS EXACTLY WHAT I ASKED FOR
            Stfu Black person

  13. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Unironically work for one of those huge amusement parks, you basically get housed/fed and worked all within a small radius and dorm.

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