$110 for rent – located extreme outside from city.
For whole day’s decent food on hotel ~$2.5 to 4. But never found a hotel that manages to produce healthy food
$2700 for a nice loft in Tel-Aviv (not including city tax, water, electricity bla bla so you can add easily $500 more), but I am moving from here in 3 weeks.
You won’t get here a coffee in less than $2.5 for a croissant adds $1.5.
But forget about everything, the worst thing here is if you go to any a bar the cheapest drink here (include a beer) start at $6 -$7 , cup (few drops ) of JD can go up to $12 .
I’m paying $200 for a shared apartment here in the heart of Mumbai. Dingy place. Almost like a ghetto.
1 bedroom apartment in super central Bangkok: 500$ in 2 people
doru saidI do it by myself. It costs around $ 0.25 with a nicer napkin, and i put plate under the croissant as well
FlashTang saidlol no, 2 dollars and 70 cents
doru said270 USD for a cup of coffe + bread? , that’s unbelievable
I wonder. How much this cost where you live now? Here is 2,70$ at the moment
you know that’s what a general worker of China can earn in a month