‘In Crete I pay 70% less than I paid for a shoebox apartment in Dublin’s docklands’ – The Irish Times

As the latest coronavirus restrictions see people back in their home offices (or laptop in the kitchen) preparing for what could be a long winter indoors, some have managed to jump ship and take themselves off to a remote location to see out the pandemic from there.

The ease for some of working from any location and the prospect of escaping the grey weather have encouraged people to head for sunnier climes where they can carry on with their jobs while enjoying a change of scenery.

“Almost everywhere looks like a postcard”Keanu Fischell, Crete

Keanu Fischell from Dublin is among those who have decided to head south in search of sunshine and a better standard of living.

Having spent the beginning of the initial lockdown back in his family home, sharing a bedroom with two of his younger brothers, he was eager to make some changes to his

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