Why the Third World?

So, I'm brazillian, studying here and all.

Its always intrigued me as to why people want to spend their down time from working, their one or two periods a year they can get away from it all...why the hell they'd want to go to some third world shithole?

I'm not talking just security issues...I'm talking about just the whole dingy squalor and desperation of it all. Is it really to 'explore strange cultures' or be the big white westerner striding through the markets in their latest off the shelf name brand flash trekking gear amongst the 'little people' ?? 'Here's me in India with these 40 diseased orphans....and my brand new Colorado hiking boots'....
Are people really that sociopathic?
Same with places like Bali, its a shithole, sure you have a nice picturesque place or two but its squalid, the people are desperately poor looking for anyway to scam a few bucks off you 24/7 the police and government are corrupt to the bone.

  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I come to these places for investment opportunities, mostly. Going to turn some liquidity into real assets before the garden gnomes loot my country entirely and crash the currency.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      But you'll be looting someone else's country. Curious...

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I'm not looting anything. Every time I hit the ATM, I pull out the equivalent of the monthly minimum wage + 33%. That's not considering what I drop in expenses too. Anyway, given how much my country gifts these ones each year in foreign aid a.k.a. bribery money, even if I were taking advantage of the local systems, I'd be getting mine.

        Can I ask you how do you trespass government agencies like https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Receita_Federal_do_Brasil ?
        You also have to care about residency permits, tax and bureaucracy. I dont know how a foreigner would go about all of this in either brazil or argentina

        >You also have to care about residency permits, tax and bureaucracy.
        I understand multivariate systems, so it's second nature to me.
        >I dont know how a foreigner would go about all of this in either brazil or argentina
        Same. Wouldn't do any of the aforementioned in either.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Can I ask you how do you trespass government agencies like https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Receita_Federal_do_Brasil ?
      You also have to care about residency permits, tax and bureaucracy. I dont know how a foreigner would go about all of this in either brazil or argentina

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've been told Argentina is developed, close to the first world, no? You also have the fact that Brazil is continental.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      As far as I can tell based on the World Cup Argentina is white and that's why some Nazi's moved there, it's probably a future powerhouse tbh. But the other countries are not, so not good.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >I've been told Argentina is developed
      Ok, argie, haha

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    i live in baltics, so brazil is warm and there is an illusion of brazilians being warmer people than stuckup cunts living here
    and all the problems that you describe would probably bother tourists if they would be living there long-term, but short-term it is this cool unusual exotic grit

    >Are people really that sociopathic?
    are you 12? wait, do you really think people actually care about hungry children in africa and refugees from ukraine and not just virtue signalling?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      That’s textbook sociopathy

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    PUSSSSSSSSSAAAAAAAAY.

    Bitches in rich countries are obnoxious and entitled. But poor desperate women will drain every last drop of cum from my 1st world dick.

    Women in rich and poor countries have the same pussies, same anatomy, same basic feminine nature. But the ones in poorer countries like me more. So I'm going to go for girls that want me instead of chasing the ones that don't.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Why don't you move there instead of living some where you are considered a loser? You might be happier

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        The problem is developing countries are only good if you're richer than the average person. If I lived in a poorer country I'd have to find a way to make 1st world money or it wouldn't make sense. Rich countries are for stacking money and poorer ones are for women and fun, IMO.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Money bro. I make money in america, live like the poorfag that i am at my parents then i leave during the winter. I can live for 2-3 months what the rent would cost for one where im from

      Also. Need some bunda

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      why do u chase women? the ones that you are looking for are materialistic and boring

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        The ones in my home country are materialistic and boring too but the difference I can buy the ones in third world dumps for cheap

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I wanna see the Amazon

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don't think you really understand how much further our money can go in third world countries. I can spend 6 weeks hanging out in south east asia or I can spend a week in a city in my own country. I guess I could go camping and its ok, but I like staying in nice hotels, eating in restaurants, seeing cultural stuff and not just nature.
    And I mean, if I could afford it, I'd do the same in more expensive countries, but in many cases the west has homogenised like a mother fucker - why do you think Japan is so popular? Its a developed country that is still very different to the west.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Bruv, as a fellow Brazilian that has been living in Ireland for the past 6 years, and having travelled to over 56 countries I can easily answer that.

    First of all: money. Third World is cheap and I really mean CHEAP. Fancy restaurants and hotels that are too expensive for locals, are actually cheaper than shitty places in Europe, for instance.

    My rent in Ireland is 2000 euros per month. With that amount alone, I could live in a 5 stars hotel for almost half a month. A SHITTY bland food in a restaurant in Ireland will cost me around 90 euros, for two people, while in Brazil it costs like 40 euros to eat in a really good restaurant with tasty food.

    Then you have culture itself. Brazilians are FUN people, period. Try mingling with Norwegians or germans. They are ALL socially awkward, unless dead drunk. Brazilian women are also 100x hotter than Americans/Europeans.

    There's also the weather. Irish/UK weather is terrible. It's cold, damp and dark 360 days a year, while you can go to the beach all year long in Brazil.

    Also, beaches in Brazil are great compared to beautiful but sad beaches in the Mediterranean. Most beaches in Greece are not sandy but made of hard pebbles that hurt as hell to walk on.

    Everything I said about Brazil also applies to other third-world countries such as Thailand, the Philippines, Mexico, the Caribbean... Going there as a dweller of a first-world country just instantly give you more leverage and higher purchase power.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Good post

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    cheap and to stick my balls in some pussy

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I am from Europe, weather is always terrible here (I like it but sometimes I also want to experience sun and the beach) so I go to an all inclusive resort in Turkey because European holiday destinations are way overpriced(and cheap places like Bulgaria are absolutely terrible). As much as I hate Turkey I have to give it to them, their service culture, quality of their hotels and resorts is miles above anything in Europe (except maybe the very high end very expensive 6 star places). Thats the only reason.

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Cheap sex is the answer

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