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What most people spend on living arrangements, whether “permanent” ones such as houses or apartments, or hotels when traveling, can enable a frugal nomad to enjoy the same bars and restaurants as those who turn up their noses at him when they see him in a sleeping bag in the entryway of a closed shop downtown. While not all areas are good prospects for this manner of living, wherever you see a substantial homeless population you can be fairly sure of being able to live nomadically.
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