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>Am I the only one who gets how this question should be answered?
I didn’t know what he/she was asking for, that’s why I asked what he/she was looking for.
>You answer it in a way that makes me feel your implying that you have some kind of jet setting lifestyle.
I no way Sir – I’m Sry if that seemed like that. I don’t live a jet setting lifestyle at all. The moments I get to stay there are often to short but very impactfull ( in getting back needed energy and setting the mind straight).
>An answer to the question “whats the cost of living like up there?” can be an easy and relate-able response, instead of something vague and seemingly ostentatious . The cost of living in my area simply equates to basic living costs… for example, my milk is $3.80 per gallon… Petrol is $3.60 per gallon… Housing to buy is generally $120 per sq.ft. An answer regarding my hobbies/pastimes is pointless.
Hey, again: I was asking back for more infos on what question was really in need of answering.
So I think you live in a flat? That’s totally different than living in a house. A house doesn’t have a monthly rent to pay, but has costs for repairs that need to be made – which I don’t really see as a hobby 😉
Petrol is about 80-90 €Cent, depends.
Milk is really a funny thing to Talk about. We nearly had no option of fresh milk some years ago, cause we had no cows on the island and import was a bit difficult (also no request). It’s a lot better now with the big supermarket chains. ~50-60€cent for fresh per Liter.
Any kind of fish/seafood and fruit are very low cost.
>Edit: forgot to say… nice house man. Looks like a dream vacation home.
Good that you edited it, it really seemed like a rant at first 😀 that edit cooled it off.
Yes sure it is a dream vacation. If you have the opportunity to visit Tenerife or the other islands, do so. Here the north has some less touristic places which are pretty romantic and just a blast to see.