Which country would you pick for a 3 months or even longer (illegaly) stay ?
Cheap, relatively safe, lax laws where you can easily just rent a flat or get a job and decent internet?
I pulled this off in Germany for 2 months, but if i would've gotten stopped by the police or tried to go anywhere where they need my passport i would've been deeply fucked
Denmark sounds like a nice all around choice, but I would probably choose Britain just because they speak the same language as me.
Okay, well that is a current colony. They probably still speak English in some spots in Cyprus.
Just had a normal apartment which I paid with cash and they didn't give a shit as long as I paid. Im sure you could find such an arrangement in any city in the world..
Netherlands I guess..because three months is just hanging around and doing funny shit. That suits Netherlands.
Bornholm, but i don't think it's cheap or has good internet
>lax laws where you can easily just rent a flat or get a job and decent internet?
We have all those three, in fact Germans don't even need a visa to be here for less than 3 months and overstaying isn't a particularly big issue.
Check out my thread:
As a E.U. citizen it wouldn't be illegal to stay anywhere in the E.U. for you.
The internet on Bornholm is very good. No problem at all.
I guess the island is expensive for a Pole, but it more affordable than Copenhagen, for sure!
Thailand has all things listed in OP + easy girls and warm weather
Uruguay or Argentina. The civil society is similar to North America and Europe, the cost for an apartment is not great (it shouldnt be hard to find one for around 300-400 dollars USD), and they generally have alright internet.
Iceland (c&a), and perhaps Uruguay or Chile. Haven't tested out the latter two, but according to my learnings they are the best-run countries in South America.