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As part of the United Kingdom, Wales is a popular destination with expatriates. Thanks to its post-industrial economy, the country is very welcoming towards expatriates looking for new career prospects, especially in the fields of services.
By moving to Wales, you will enjoy a maritime climate amidst a wild natural and mountainous landscape, contrasting with a dynamic environment and a hospitable population.
4 years ago
A continuing saga of life in South Wales as experienced by an American woman of "a certain age."
4 years ago
Join me, a high heel loving Seattle native as I navigate the highs and lows of being an expat to Wales while being a new wife. From missteps, advice, cultural observations... this blog will cover it all. This blog was launched in August 2010 and covers my visa application process, our long distance relationship and wedding. Now, I blog 3-5 times a week about cooking, travels, being a new expat, DIY projects, book review and more! Join me as I brave a brand new expat world. - [Read more] This is my corner of the world. Welcome. Pull up a chair, and stay a while. I would love to hear from you! Feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
6 years ago
For those looking to move abroad, the internet serves as a wonderful source of information and data for people looking to expatriate themselves. Yet for all the solutions to cutting through red tape, the internet features a surprising dearth of narrative stories by those who have made the leap to live abroad. Enter Two Passports. Created in 2009 by John F. O’Sullivan, Two Passports serves as a place for people to share their stories, because moving abroad can be awfully intimidating. It's nice to know you are not alone.
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