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1. Posted by andrewkc (First Time Poster 1 posts) 10y

Hi,

My name is Andrew, I'm 19 years old and I live in Seattle, WA USA. For some time now I have wanted to live outside the U.S. for a couple months (or more). The problem is there are so many fabulous places around the world to choose from I can't choose where to go! I will also be traveling with a friend and we really want this to be more of an experience than a vacation. It has to be somewhere warm, sunny, and tropical (Central/South America, Africa, Seychelles etc...) Now we don't want to go to a touristy place, but a place more rich with culture and uniqueness.

Do any of you have suggections on where we could go?

Thanks
Andrew

2. Posted by rbyslipahs (Respected Member 349 posts) 10y

Money (USD) goes pretty far in Thailand. It's relatively easy to establish yourself there. Then again, there are a lot of people who went originally as tourists and decided they liked it enough to stick around longer.

In a lot of countries, you can teach English for a bit of money as well.

If you're from Seattle, you should set up a business exporting coffee to countries that consider Nescafe a morning brew. I hate that stuff! It could be your contribution to mankind (or at least your fellow travelers!).

3. Posted by acetravels (Full Member 181 posts) 10y

andrew.... u cud consider comming to india...its got history culture the sun ...the people r warm and hospitable...i cud write a book on reasons why u should come to india...for any help and assistense do write to me...
regards ..
sanjay kalra..
acetravels

4. Posted by ninika (Budding Member 9 posts) 10y

go to croatia.
if needing help, contact me

5. Posted by helsbells1 (Budding Member 70 posts) 10y

I loved Panama, it was so interesting and the people are so warm and welcoming. There is so much to see and do, and to top it off, its cheap!
I only managed to see half of the country and I was there for over a month, but what I did see was breathtaking!!

6. Posted by miranda73 (Full Member 76 posts) 10y

Try to join volunteer group abroad. Besides the cost is not too much or even you will get paid. You could involve yourself in a community and work for them. Usually the place is not touristic at all, thus you can learn a lot of their cultures, customs, etc.

Where you can find? I believe thousand of sources in internet. It is easier because you live in US.

Don't worry, the period of volunteering can be only weeks up to months.

7. Posted by Purdy (Travel Guru 3546 posts) 10y

Well if its gotta be warm that rules Ireland out!!

Id go with the Thailand recommendation - lots to see and do and the islands to chill out and relax too

8. Posted by javedali (Budding Member 3 posts) 10y

U can visit to India coz its very beautiful places to see as u want to peaces so much historical places different kind of culture if u visit to cochin u found different culture if u visit to Rajasthan u found that whets history it has Kashmir is on the top and kanaka kumara is the end but every city has a different culture. And different kind of weather I thing that’s India is best for u to visit .if u want to any kind of help reply me soon I will help u dafenetle.javed ail[/i]