What Can You Buy For $1 In Different Countries

Let’s see what can we buy for $1 in different countries…

#1 Mexico — 48 bananas.

#2 Australia — One minute on a mobile phone.

#3 Zimbabwe — A wide variety of things from clothes to food.

#4 Canada — One organic apple.

#5 Haiti — Four rice dishes.

#6 Belgium — Pack of gum.

#7 Greenland — One liter of gasoline.

#8 Venezuela — Half or even a full gas tank.

#9 Saudi Arabia — One mile on taxi.

#10 Honduras — Taxi to anywhere in the city.

#11 Ganji, Italy — House rent.

#12 Finland — You can go to the toilet for an extra charge.

#13 Denmark — Chocolate Kinder maxi.

#14 Jordan — Chocolate, Pepsi and a bag of chips.

#15 Japan — One onigiri.

#16 Indonesia — You can be nice to have dinner.

#17 China — Pint of local beer.

#18 Czech Republic — Three bottles of beer in a large supermarket.

#19 United Kingdom — One Pickled Egg.

#20 Vietnam — More than forty quail.

#21 Egypt — Six falafel sandwiches.

#22 Portugal — Small cup of espresso.

#23 Switzerland — Little piece of the world-famous Swiss cheese.

#24 Thailand — Green Thai curry and rice.

#25 Kenya — 8 heads of cabbage, 4 tomatoes and 4 bulbs.

#26 Ireland — Bag of chips.

#27 Nepal — Local manta rays in the amount of 10 pieces.

#28 Norway — You buy nothing for $1 in Norway.

Source: oddstuffmagazine.com

Also you can see How $1,000 A Month In Rent Looks Like In Different Countries.

Tokyo, Japan – $975

Tavira, Portugal – $649

Hoi An, Vietnam – $900

Brooklyn, New York, United States – $1,000

Levallois-Perret, France – $1,174

Florence, Italy – $945

Merida, Mexico – $846

Cairo, Egypt – $1,013

Beijing, China – $975

London, England – $948

Bali, Indonesia – $1,041

Sydney, Australia – $1,031

Delhi, India – $982

Nairobi, Kenya – $970

Buenos Aires, Argentina – $1,100

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