Manila is an incredibly welcoming city and cheap to live. Accommodation in ultra luxurious condos is reasonable foot massage whilst tapping out emails (£7 per hour) makes working from here a no brainer. Agree living in the Greenbelt area is a no brainer. Vegetarian choices can be limited in some places but excellent (and so cheap!) Delivery services are available, including diet chef stuff which is unaffordable anywhere else. The streets feel safe inside Makati and the areas around greenbelt and I have never felt uneasy in good areas, which is not the same as London where you are constantly feeling at risk. Bureaucracy is tough in Manila though. Just chill, queue, take your laptop to keep you busy, and remember to be unstintingly polite - locals do not deal well with confrontation and you do well to empathise with them rather than get off by being "right" .
Pros and Cons of Living in Dresden, Germany
tinyladybug283 Discussion Fanatics last edited by
Pros of Living in Dresden
Good air quality on average
Nomad List members liked going here a lot
Spacious and not crowded
Very easy to do business
High quality of education
Roads are very safe
Great freedom of speech
Everyone speaks English
Very safe for women
Very friendly to LGBTQ+
Cons of Living in Dresden
Not much to do
Gets cold in the winter
Not many Nomad List members go here
Very difficult to make friends
Many people smoke tobacco
redrabbit302 Discussion Fanatics last edited by
Old Bricks like chuches museums and other important buildings: (innere) Altstadt. Bars & Clubs: (innere) Neustadt. Shopping: Prager Straße + Altmark-Galerie. Hookers: Pieschen. The airport is a joke. Also: Pegida sucks.
yellowkoala130 Discussion Fanatics last edited by
Rent is cheap by German standards. Clean and tidy city good public transport. Like the rest of East Germany, it’s full of old people. If you’re under 40, don’t come here. Dresden is a mausoleum.
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