Do you think that you can’t go very far with just one dollar in your pocket?
Well, think again.
It is true that in the United States or in France, a dollar does not represent much.
But in some parts of the world, it’s amazing how much you can do with $ 1.
So let yourself be surprised and find out what $ 1 is worth across the world:
Egypt : 1 dish of Koshary (rice, spaghetti, lentils and fried onions).
India : 1 rice meal at will (with rasam, sambhar, papad, fromage blanc, banana leaf).
Austria: 1 kornspitz (supermarket pastry).
Los Angeles – United States : 1 hour of parking in town.
Vietnam : 1 Non La -chapeau-, (or 1 DVD, 3 pairs of sandals, 5 bags of instant noodles …)
Nepal: 1 momo and 1 soda (i.e. 10 balls and 1 soda of 25cl …)
Italy: 1 bottle of table wine (or 1kg of spaghetti, 6 bottles of mineral water or 1 tablet of ibuprophen …)
Portugal: 1 espresso.
Cebu – Philippines: 1 foot massage of 30-40 min.
Dubai – United Arab Emirates: 1 jabal al noor shawarma.
Bogota – Colombia: 1 coffee and 1 cookie (or 1 arepa -burger with cornbread- with spicy aji sauce …)
England: 1/2 liter of diesel (or 2 cigarettes, 3/4 of a liter of milk, 2 daily newspapers …)
Seoul – South Korea: 1 metro ticket and 1 mask.
Budapest – Hungary: 4 small apples (or 30 min of city parking, 1 newspaper, 1 full Mcdo burger …)
Croatia : 1 scoop of ice cream.
Denmark : 1 liter of milk (or 1 postcard with national stamp, 1 cucumber, 1 chocolate bar …)
Costa Rica : 1 watermelon (or 1 papaya, 1 pineapple, 1 large cup of coffee …)
The Canary Islands : 1 cup of tea (in Santa Cruz, in the south of the country you can only have 1/2 cup).
France : about 40% of a Starbucks espresso.
The Feroe Islands : 1 chewing gum (or 2 apples at the supermarket, candies …).
Australia : 1 scratchy (lottery ticket to win other $).
So where are you going to spend your next dollar?
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