Oceanfront Paradises You Can Actually Afford To Live In.

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Goa, India — $500-$800 Per Month

There aren’t many people who haven’t thought about packing up and moving away. In a lot of those thoughts the destination is the beach. While it may sound like a far-fetched idea, the truth is that some of the most beautiful places in the world are very inexpensive. A lot of the places that people dream about are actually shockingly affordable to live in. In reality, they may actually be a lot cheaper than where you live right now. So make the comparison and see if a move to the beach might be in the cards for you!Staying in Goa could run you between $500 and $800 a month if you wanted to live here. Just don't drink the coffee unless you like it really strong!

You may not be able to handle the chance of pace.

The culture is a bit different here, kind of like a giant Grateful Dead concert, but if you can handle that, you might have a new home here. It has great Wi-Fi, cheap rentals and slow paced people. What more could you ask for?

Koh Phi Phi, Thailand — $1,000-$1,200 Per Month

This is a popular honeymoon destination so it's a little more pricey that the other places we are talking about today. It's peaceful during the day, but once the sun goes down the partying gets started.

The action and adventure never stops here.

You will see views here unlike that around most of the world. This place isn't for those who want to relax and not do much though. There is always something going on here.

Algarve, Portugal — $1,000 Per Month

This city in Portugal is a destination for people all over the globe. There is a great chance that you meet other people from your country to make your stay a little more friendly.
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The people speak English.

With most of the people speaking English you'll feel right at home from the moment you arrive. With three bedroom places costing between $600-$800 and a one bedroom as low as $325 you can easily find a great, inexpensive place to live.

Bali, Indonesia — $500-$900 Per Month

Bali was featured in the hit movie "Eat Pray Love" and one glance will tell you the reason why. Not only that, but it's very affordable to live there too.

It's a very low key place.

It's a quiet, laid back, and slow paced area and that's the reason that a lot of people like to come here. With some rates as low as $500 per month you can see another big reason why people love coming here.
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Taghazout, Morocco — $600-$1,000 Per Month

Morocco isn't that far from Europe and that is one of the main reasons many companies start off there. You can find nice places to rent for fairly cheap and if you have some money saved up you might become this guy!

It has everything you need.

First and foremost, there is very reliable Wi-Fi there. If you look hard enough you can even find a place for around $400 per month to stay. Not many places can top that!

Hoi An, Vietnam — $500-$1000 Per Month

Hoi An is a great option if you want to avoid the hustle and bustle of Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City. Living on the beach here is peaceful and affordable.

There aren't more beautiful views anywhere.

The Wi-Fi here is solid and if you look hard enough you can find a nice place for around $300 per month. Look at the view that price could get you!

Rhodes, Greek Islands — $800-$1200 Per Month

Greece boasts some of the most inexpensive beaches in all of the world. Unlike the north coast, this area is pretty laid back.

Isn't this a great place to call home?

With a weather report that says sunshine more than 300 days out of the year, and great Wi-Fi, this is a great place to make your new home. If you like picturesque, historic views this is your place!
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Santa Teresa, Costa Rica — $800-$1,200 Per Month

Santa Teresa is a short distance from Montezuma and with views like this it's well worth a visit. This looks like something out of a movie.

Dinner with this view couldn't be all that bad.

The region has some of the most crystal clear skies anywhere. That gives you lots of opportunities to take photos like this, with your own camera!