Where to go

I'm considering living in a 3rd world country for 3-6 months. Budget: $1000-1500 USD per month
I am not interested in sex. I am not vaccinated.
I don't have many criteria except that I want the available food to be good, clean, and easy to get. I want to live my life day to day with as little effort as possible. I want to continue live my NEET life.
A logical choice would be to just rent a place locally, where I am. I do not want to do this because I do not want to be tied to a year's lease.
I am white with LONG hair (metal).
The only country I know of is Vietnam, so that's my first choice.
Which country/city would be best for me?

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  1. 10 months ago
    Retardbro

    Also, I want to cooooom everyday. Where can I coom?

  2. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    What's your favorite type of food?

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >What's your favorite type of food?
      Chicken tendies

    • 10 months ago
      OP

      I want meat and dairy. Wheat causes an issue with me so I avoid it completely. You might laugh but it legitimately causes problems.
      Vietnam has a reputation for pho. Going out to eat that every day would be good.
      If the hotel or apartment I stay in has a kitchen, with a grocery store near by, that would be good too.

      Albania
      Bulgaria
      Romania
      Serbia
      Kosovo
      Macedonia
      Mongolia
      Kazakhstan
      Kyrgyzstan
      Vietnam
      Laos
      Thailand
      Indonesia
      Malaysia
      Argentina
      Bolivia
      Peru
      Chile

      I think you mean cheap not third world

      Think if you want meat heavy food, dairy, rice or noodle, spicy or savory, humid hot ass weather, mild weather, or frost your nips off weather, do you like long days and nights or even lengths, by the sea or in the mountains

      Which ones of those have the best visa policies?
      Mild weather would be best. I want to be in the sun. A tropical paradise would be nice. I'm not sure if that's possible or even the best option.
      My priority is to easily get a visa, easily book a flight, easily set up my laptop, easily get some physical activity in the sun, easily eat, and easily sleep all day.
      Rice is fine. Savory is better than spicy.

      Also, I need at least a decent internet connection.

      You even live in Greece for $1,000-$1,500 a month comfortably. Apartments in seedy parts of Athens are cheap. For like 300-400€ you can get a nice apartment in the coastal city of Patras. See:
      >https://www.xe.gr/property/results?transaction_name=rent&item_type=re_residence&geo_place_ids%5B%5D=ChIJLe0kpZk1XhMRoIy54iy9AAQ

      But I don’t know if you can also afford to regularly coom with that kind of money…

      I don't want to live anywhere seedy.
      My real goal is to live somewhere for as much, or less than, the cost of renting a place locally here in the US. I would rent in the US, but I don't want to tie myself to a lease for a year. I want to stay somewhere for 3-6 months.
      I don't care about cooming. I will soon be a wizard.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        I'm assuming you don't want to learn the local language and get by simply on English.
        If you want to go NEET mode for 1000-1500 month the best options to have everything included, talking mobile internet/decent meals/reliable utilities would come down to SK or PH.

        PH would have your money go the farthest, I'm doing a month pic related for ~700/mo. Can't seem to find a non webp image of the full room but it's nice, there are other options and PH is big on Airbnb doing 90 day reservations.
        Foods dirt cheap so eating in fancier places is piss easy
        Manila is pretty clean, compared to VietFRICKINGnam, of course if you go look for dirt you'll always find some
        Transportation is cheap as well if you want to get out and about

        If you want very clean you can do SK, it's going to be closer to 900-1000/mo for rent around Seoul, it will just chip into your budget a bit.

        What are you doing for 90 day visa limitations in countries? Are you planning on asking for extensions or simply going to change countries. If you did 90 days in PH->90 days in SK you'd easily balance out the costs and flights are piss cheap.

        • 10 months ago
          OP

          Philippines requires a swab for the unvaccinated, which I don't want to deal with. But if PH was a really really really good option then I would consider it.
          >South Korea
          I'll add it to my list.
          I'm not sure what I'll do for visa limitations. I assume I will just fly to another country. I haven't planned anything yet. Right now I'm in the stage of figuring out if this goal of mine is even possible.

          I'm living off of inheritance right now, and I have just enough to buy an old trailer with a bit of land in Arkansas (seemingly the cheapest state, has fiber internet, too). I actually made a bid on a place, but I got bait and switched (property advertised as 1980, was actually 1972 pre-HUD), and it had some structural issues I didn't want to deal with.
          If a good place comes on to the market, I'll bid on it. However, I want more time.
          The place that I'm currently living at may be seized by medicare in a month or two. I've got someone asking for the keys, so I don't want to live here much longer.
          The housing market has evened out, my boomer ETFs aren't crashing. I don't know what I'm doing. What I want most of all is to sleep for months and wake up to a housing crash.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Which ones of those have the best visa policies?

        Philippines requires a swab for the unvaccinated, which I don't want to deal with. But if PH was a really really really good option then I would consider it.
        >South Korea
        I'll add it to my list.
        I'm not sure what I'll do for visa limitations. I assume I will just fly to another country. I haven't planned anything yet. Right now I'm in the stage of figuring out if this goal of mine is even possible.

        I'm living off of inheritance right now, and I have just enough to buy an old trailer with a bit of land in Arkansas (seemingly the cheapest state, has fiber internet, too). I actually made a bid on a place, but I got bait and switched (property advertised as 1980, was actually 1972 pre-HUD), and it had some structural issues I didn't want to deal with.
        If a good place comes on to the market, I'll bid on it. However, I want more time.
        The place that I'm currently living at may be seized by medicare in a month or two. I've got someone asking for the keys, so I don't want to live here much longer.
        The housing market has evened out, my boomer ETFs aren't crashing. I don't know what I'm doing. What I want most of all is to sleep for months and wake up to a housing crash.

        >I'm not sure what I'll do for visa limitations. I assume I will just fly to another country
        You can go almost anywhere and stay 30 days with no problem. You'll have to do some legwork to stay longer and each country's policy on this is different. In a lot of cases what people do is leave the country, then come back and they get a new tourist visa, but there's added risk that they could deny you and it's inconvenient to leave every few weeks.

        SK requires an actual visa to do more than 90 days, so likely not worth the trouble if you want 6 months.
        Thailand you get 30 days on arrive, and you can do multiple short term extensions for $62 and get an extra 30 days each time. Might be able to do longer but idk.
        Philippines you can apply for a 6 month visa (LSVVE) for $250, or just arrive, do 30 days, and then buy extensions (prices vary by the location you extend it from).
        Laos is similar to Thailand.
        Malaysia doesn't really allow extensions, so you'd have to leave and come back to the country.

        [...]

        It's still their stated policy and some people in the PH thread say they still ask for vaccination status, one mentions they had to do a test.

        • 10 months ago
          OP

          Thank you for the good information.

          >I am not vaccinated
          >Did I mention I am unvaccinated
          >What can unvaccinated me do
          >By the way I'm not vaccinated
          I know that the antivax virgins of /misc/ are desperate and just can't let go but holy shit, it's 2023. Nobody else has given a shit in over two years, meanwhile to this day you're sperging about it every day and every moment. You were fooled, there is no vaccine die-off, you wasted two years raging in the basement when everyone else was enjoying life. Really, it's time to admit you were wrong and move on.

          I'm pureblood. Cope.

  3. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Albania
    Bulgaria
    Romania
    Serbia
    Kosovo
    Macedonia
    Mongolia
    Kazakhstan
    Kyrgyzstan
    Vietnam
    Laos
    Thailand
    Indonesia
    Malaysia
    Argentina
    Bolivia
    Peru
    Chile

    I think you mean cheap not third world

    Think if you want meat heavy food, dairy, rice or noodle, spicy or savory, humid hot ass weather, mild weather, or frost your nips off weather, do you like long days and nights or even lengths, by the sea or in the mountains

  4. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    You even live in Greece for $1,000-$1,500 a month comfortably. Apartments in seedy parts of Athens are cheap. For like 300-400€ you can get a nice apartment in the coastal city of Patras. See:
    >https://www.xe.gr/property/results?transaction_name=rent&item_type=re_residence&geo_place_ids%5B%5D=ChIJLe0kpZk1XhMRoIy54iy9AAQ

    But I don’t know if you can also afford to regularly coom with that kind of money…

  5. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    >I am not vaccinated
    >Did I mention I am unvaccinated
    >What can unvaccinated me do
    >By the way I'm not vaccinated
    I know that the antivax virgins of /misc/ are desperate and just can't let go but holy shit, it's 2023. Nobody else has given a shit in over two years, meanwhile to this day you're sperging about it every day and every moment. You were fooled, there is no vaccine die-off, you wasted two years raging in the basement when everyone else was enjoying life. Really, it's time to admit you were wrong and move on.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I am white with LONG hair (metal).
      you look extremely cringe/homeless irl btw. you should really cut it.
      >virgin, unvaxxed
      big suprise

      How's the weather in Tel Aviv?

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >You were fooled, there is no vaccine die-off,
      lol. lmao even.

  6. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    >I am white with LONG hair (metal).
    you look extremely cringe/homeless irl btw. you should really cut it.
    >virgin, unvaxxed
    big suprise

  7. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    >PLS SPOONFEED ME, NO SEEEXXX NEDDED.............YET
    ask your daddy, lmao

  8. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Take a good look at Peru OP. It's a 6 month tourist visa there.

    Somewhere like Arequipa is dirt cheap (you can rent a nice apartment for $400-600 a month through airbnb) and ticks all the boxes.

    You could also stay closer to the coast. I don't have much knowledge of what it's like to live there though, as most of the coastal towns are pretty small.

    I think the diet would suit you, and the people are super chill and friendly. English isn't widely spoken, but you'd be ok with an app.

    It's a nice way of life, with cheap fresh produce, lots of nature on your doorstep, and a steady climate that doesn't get roasting hot, nor freezing cold.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Probably the best choice.

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