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This post is by Susan FitzGerald  an enthusiastic ‘adopted Irishwoman’ with a gra for arts & culture, the outdoors, food, and travel. I’m a US ex-pat, and I lived in Dublin for 5 years, and my husband was born and raised there.
In example 1 in Southside Dublin, it costs $1,800 a month for an unfurnished two bedroom, 2 bath 1970’s era apartment at the edge of an upscale area just outside the city centre. For example 2, on Dublin’s Northside, you would pay $1,250 a month for a 1 bedroom, 1 bath furnished 5yr old apartment in an ‘up and coming’ area which has a mix of arty folk and less well-off Dublin families. Compare these to the rental of a 4 bedroom, 4 bath house on an acre of land which is a 30 minute (non-rush hour!) drive away from the south city centre –$1,370 a month. If you are heating and cooking with gas, you’ll likely pay around $56-63 a month for a 2 bedroom apartment, and about $125 a month in our example of the rural Dublin house.
Other household expenses such as cable TV start at around $38 for the basic package; our Sky TV is $58 a month for a HD television with no extra movie or sports packages. In many, but not all, places in Dublin City you can get high speed broad band, with or without a TV & landline package. Happily, many museums and galleries are free, and you can catch smaller theatre, dance, and music performances at places like Project Arts Centre for just $6. Food-wise, a good weekly shop for 2 can run about $90-125 a week if you shop the low price grocery shops such as Aldi or Lidl—they have quite good selections, and many products are Irish made. If you want to live in Ireland, but find Dublin too expensive, I’d recommend checking out Kilkenny City. In 2011 Jonathan Look decided to change his life and pursue adventures instead of comfort and possessions.
In 2011 Jonathan Look sold everything he owned, took early retirement and began traveling the world.

He started this blog to demonstrate to his fellow baby boomers that the world is not some scary place and it is still open and available to those who are motivated and curious enough to go out and see it for themselves. The cost of a 3 bedroom house in the 1920s varied slightly  depending on where the house was located and its style. The capital of Ireland is famous for its writers, its Guinness, the craic, & the friendly Dubliners and their way with words and jokes. Though we now live in the Kilkenny countryside, his friends & family live in Dublin still.
The light rail Luas line into the city centre at O’Connell Street will take you around 7 minutes and cost $2.00. We don’t have a land line phone, but network 3 have the best mobile deals if you use a lot of data; if you have a phone already you can do Pay as You Go for $25 and get a good amount of call, texts, and 15GB of data.
Avoid the touristy Temple Bar area, as you will definitely pay the higher end of the prices there. Tesco and others can be a good bit pricier, and we have pretty much stopped shopping there. A small medieval city, Kilkenny is also quite arts oriented, with lots of festivals, the National Craft Gallery, Butler Gallery, Kilkenny Castle and other attractions. He admits it was a pretty radical step, but after living a rather typical American life, a life based on seeking comforts and accumulating possessions, he longed for adventure and experiences far more than holding on to his “stuff”.
This is actually not too bad in regards to losing money converting your dollar; it has been worse for several years.
When we buy bags of coal they run an average of $25 each, and we would use 1-2 a week, depending on how cold it is & if we light the stove during the day as well as at night. A package like mine which includes the above plus a top end phone is Bill Pay $56 a month on a 2 year contract.

In rural areas & in many small towns well outside of Dublin, the fixed line broadband is poor or non-existent. To accomplish this he got rid of most of his possessions, packed up what little he saw as necessities and headed out.
You may have thought that since Ireland had such a terrible recession (and is only coming out of it slowly,) that the cost of living would perhaps be moderate. A 1 bed, 1 bath furnished, new apartment is $810 a month, 2 bedroom furnished apartments are going for $930 a month, and you can find older 3 bedroom, 1 bath, house in Kilkenny city for $930, too. His goal is to spend ten years discovering new places, meeting new people and taking the time to learn about them, their values and their place on this tiny planet. Many homes and apartments are poorly insulated so it is perhaps wise to avoid electric heating in larger and older premises. He embraces the philosophy that says a person is the sum of their experiences and rejects the fraud of modern consumerism that makes people into slaves of their consumption. A fast food type meal at Boojum Burrito bar consisting of a quite large burrito and a drink is $9, while an early bird special at a nice mid-price restaurant runs about $30-35 for 2 courses. He doesn't intend to be modern day ascetic, just more mindful of his place in the world and to make decisions according to that new standard. Many people go to the nicer restaurants for lunch, to save money, as you often get similar dishes to dinner but at a better rate.

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