Location: Borjomi [Republic of Georgia]
On Saturday and Wednesday, I went through the central park: $0.58 each. The reason this is under transportation is because the path through the park is a fantastic walk, and I like to take it when I go between where I’m staying and downtown (usually to buy groceries).
This changed a little because of the number of days in a month. The rate is $300 per month.
Travel insurance: $3.15 per day.
VPN: $0.26 per day.
Amazon Prime: $0.33 per day.
This blog: $0.31 per day.
Skype: $0.08 per day.
Chase Sapphire Reserve: $0.41 per day.
Passport: $0.03 per day.
Password manager: $0.16 per day.
Shadow: $0.37 per day.
On Monday, my 5 day, unlimited, mobile data plan renewed: $1.16.
So, not too bad. And for April….
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That’s pretty good. Also, unless I hear cries of outrage, this will probably be the last Financial Friday post for a while. I originally started this series to show people that traveling isn’t as expensive as most people think it is. However, I have been in the same country for over a year. I pretty much live here now. Additionally, my house will be ready to move into in a few months (I hope); at which point, my accommodation costs will not reflect a typical traveler’s. When I resume traveling, I’ll also start posting Financial Fridays again.
Or at least that’s the plan. If someone genuinely gets value from these, please let me know, and I’ll continue the 3 year+ streak. Until next time, stay safe out there, and enjoy whatever traveling you can manage.
2 thoughts on “Financial Friday 171”
Let’s see your new house
Unfortunately, it needs A LOT of work. I’ll see if I can send you some pics.