Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by soa0611, Sep 8, 2019.
ive thought it would be interesting to watch
Here is mine:
Don't have a video, but here's an image
You both live in a carzy place
One on a cliff and other Also i guess somewhere close
I live in a house
Let's go there
I would choose Spain over any EU country.
Would gladly buy a small flat somewhere in Cathalunia
How difficult is it to live in Spain without speaking Spanish, as an EU member?
You have the right to live in any EU country as an European citizen if you work there. However, life can be difficult without speaking Spanish. I mean, of course people might help you in English but it's a huge disadvantage. Just try to learn it, you can't go wrong with Spanish since it's the 2nd most spoken language in the world.
This is boring view from my flat. I made this timelapse couple of days ago. I dream to buy house near my city and hope IM will make me rich someday
looks like Eastern Europe?
I can order beer and food, say please & thankyou.....
As an EU member you can live anywhere in the EU, but you need to check on things such as health care etc. We got our NIE numbers sorted as soon as we moved here, but we retain British passports.
Google is calling you a liar They say it's 4th, but agree Spanish is a good one to learn. and I guess babble is calling Google a liar lol
Not sure why I am not able to load a video it says like I can't or something I'm not sure, but anyways this is my beauty land.
Im moving to Medellin soon (hopefully forever). Sabaneta is just 20 min south of medellin. Christmas Time is just magic there:
Such a lovely place. Never go near ocean.
Amazing places you guys live, I wish one day I will at least travel.
You can live for 3 months without anything, but if you want to legally work and stay more than 3 months you will have to get Certificado de registro de ciudadano de la Unión, to get this you either have to be Employed/self employed/student or Financially Self Sufficient with proof of health insurance if you are going the self sufficient route.
and after 5 years of living in Spain you get Certificado de residencia permanente de ciudadano de la UE. That's permanent residency.
If you plan to live here long term, you should focus on learning the language. You have to join language exchange groups on Facebook and go to them where others can practice your language and you can practice Spanish. Plus its a great opportunity to meet locals and make new friends. Spanish are some of the friendliest people in Europe.
There are digital nomad meet ups often and also co working events on a chosen place/cafe where all nomads meet for few hours and work together, its a great way of socializing and meeting like minded people. You can't go wrong with Spain people, come here and live you won't regret it.
Awesome, thanks for the tips man, I am really considering Spain! Any cities in particular that are great for the nomads? This is really important to me - to be in a city with many like-minded individuals where there are a lot of meetups. Benidorm looks good, but really anything coastal will probably do.
In Catalunya they don't like to speak Spanish, they speak Catalan wich is completely other language ... I've lived there for 7 years and the locals were asking me why did I learned Spanish instead of Catalan.
There are comunities of Brits where everybody's talking English....
Here's home and my vehicle ready to go for a ride.
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