25 countries in which the easiest way to score bong
In this post shows the 25 countries in which it is easier and safer just to smoke marijuana. Countries are ranked in reverse order - the last in this list you will find the best choice for those who like to "hammer bong". Rating is built on indicators such as the legality, accessibility and comfort factor.
It's hard to believe, but the North Korean government does not consider marijuana a drug, and it is (presumably) there is growing everywhere, right along the road. They say smoking marijuana in the country is not prohibited, but the country was the last on the list, because in itself it is not a fan of Western tourists.
In this country, like "home" grass, so it's a great option if you prefer to buy goods on the spot. Unfortunately, the possession of small amounts of cannabis is illegal.
In fact, marijuana is illegal, but in many places it is tolerated, and across the country any one year spread the movement for legalization. They say you can buy a bong on most of the city beaches, in bars and clubs, but watch out for places where smoke.
Marijuana and its derivatives - hashish and bhang (frayed hemp leaves with the addition of dried fruit, sugar and other ingredients) - widespread across Nepal and are often part of religious rituals. In Kathmandu, tourists everywhere offering hashish, but in fact cannabis is illegal, so you may have to bribe the police, if you get caught for puffing.
In Costa Rica, marijuana is illegal, but they say it is easy to obtain. Just imagine what it is - to smoke on this beach?
In Germany, the laws against marijuana really confusing, but since 1994, carry with them a small amount of cannabis was legal in most parts of the country. In the northern cities of Hamburg and Berlin people smoke in the open and talk about the opening of coffee shops, in Amsterdam, there are more and more frequently.
Hemp is legal in two states - Colorado and Washington and may be legal in other parts of the US, especially after the majority of citizens supported legalization. But in most of the country's marijuana is still illegal.
In 2009, Argentina decided that to punish a person for private use of marijuana - is unconstitutional, but it still has not been legalized. Most of the marijuana in Argentina smuggle from Paraguay, but many grow their own.
In 2009, Mexico was allowed to store up to 5 grams of cannabis, but if you have more - do not get caught the police, otherwise you can fly to a tidy sum. Mexican climate is ideal for growing cannabis, so the quality is here one of the best in the world.
Storage of up to 5 grams of marijuana is allowed for persons over 18 years. Say, find pot in Belgium is fairly easy, and it is available in almost all major cities, including Brussels, Antwerp and Leuven.
Legitimate hemp status in Canada is still in the stages of change, so be careful, but you can find it in almost the entire country. Vancouver is known to many as the capital of hemp.
While marijuana is technically banned in India, it is a dime a dozen: it is used in religious rituals, it grows in nature and sold in stores in the form of Bangui. It is also believed that this plant for the first time appeared in the northwest of the Himalayas, and from the beginning its triumphant march around the world.
Store up to 8 grams of cannabis in the country legally, if only when you no longer have any other drug. Say, find cannabis in Lima is very easy to see at Machu Picchu - is another equally important reason to visit the country.
In 2010, Colombia was allowed to store up to 20 grams of marijuana, but to grow or sell it is still illegal. In Colombia, many varieties of cannabis, and they say she's available at a great price.
In 2010, the Czech Republic legalized possession of up to 15 grams of marijuana for personal use. Today, Prague is the European leader in smoking hemp.
Starting in 2013, marijuana was legalized in this country for personal use, but to grow or sell it is still impossible. In any case, this country is worth a visit, because Croatia is a UNESCO World Heritage Site - Diocletian's Palace, as well as some of the most beautiful coastlines in the world.
In 2007, Chile legalized marijuana for personal use. It can be found in the city's bars and on the beaches, so you can "fly", while not rising to any of the many countries of the mountains.
Generally, cultivation and consumption of marijuana is illegal, but this plant is so long and so firmly associated with Jamaican that it is sold here in the open. Despite not quite legal status of plants here organized ganja tours, during which you can "smoke a lot so that you will be talking to himself Bob Marley".
This year in Ecuador legalized possession of 20 grams of cannabis for personal use. The country is known for its biological diversity, especially in the Galapagos Islands, where Charles Darwin came up with his theory of evolution. Who knows what discoveries you find here for yourself?
In some parts of Australia, cannabis is legalized, but it all depends on the state. The country is known for its tobacco and said the country "is the zaboristaya" marijuana.
Portugal legalized possession of marijuana for personal use in 2001, and instead of arresting drug addicts, they are treated as patients in need of treatment. In addition, in Portugal, about 800 km of sandy beaches on the Atlantic coast.
In Switzerland, a fairly liberal laws regarding marijuana and grow up to four plants legally in several regions. In addition, the country is gorgeous and is known for its cheese and chocolate - and they are all excellent for marijuana.
Hemp is considered the de facto legal. Amsterdam is known for its cafes that sell marijuana, so finding it - no problem. In addition, the Netherlands is also famous for the world's largest flower garden - Keukenhof.
Spain legalized possession of two marijuana plants. In addition, in this country was born, Salvador Dali, and Barcelona is famous creations of Antonio Gaudi. It is without a doubt worth a visit.