At the beginning of June, I wrote a post about the cost of living in Sardinia, Italy where I have listed the cost of internet, electricity, gas, water, eating out and cell phone bills.
This morning I did a little shopping and by little, I mean very little, just the necessities to get though the next few days plus a few cleaning products.
A grand total of €37,08 or $45.95 Canadian dollars.
The most expensive items on my list:
4 Yogurt €2,98 and freshly made hamburgers – €2,46.
The cheapest items:
Canned chickpeas and canned lentils – €0,55.
I think it’s rather expensive but that comes with island life.
Curious to see what the Daily Groceries cost in China? Check out my blogger friend – The World According to Woman – Come grocery shopping with woman.
How does it compare to where you live?