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Bermudian Life

Living in Bermuda from the English Expats point of view

Addis and Other Things

I write about various things that catch my attention, but my interest has always been in humorously deconstructing the Habesha psyche and culture. Outside of my interest in all that makes Ethiopia Ethiopia, I enjoy and reflect on my travels, feminism and emotional hygiene.

Life & travels in Saudi Arabia

Follow me on this magic carpet ride through the Arabian desert, while I share with you a personal account of all things that make living in this world special.

Life in Culebrón

Life in Culebrón is a disconnected series of pieces about the banal and ordinary of everyday life in an inland Alicante village seen from my very British perspective.

Metallicman

Here, during my sunset years, I release my knowledge to the world so that others might benefit from it. As such, this is an opinion driven blog, nothing more and nothing less.

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Expat Erix

Endlessly soaked in oceans and adventures

Random Musings

Adventures and Personal Growth as an expat

How To Traveller

David and Danya are expats from Ireland and Brazil who have moved from Malta to Spain. How To Traveller is about exploring Andalusia in the South of Spain: the culture, lifestyle, destinations and how to navigate life in Spain.

Papel com Clips | Travel

Hello folks! I'm Marília Breite, I love to write about my life experiences here at Papel com Clips. I live in Leuven, a small town in Belgium, but I was born in Campinas - São Paulo. I have a degree in Political Science, but my true passion is history and archaeology. Since I was a little girl I've been dreaming about medieval castles, ancient pyramids and to travel the world. Now, after many ups and downs, my childhood dreams have come true. Through this blog, I've had the privilege to inspire many other girls and women to do the same: to believe in themselves and to achieve their goals. Is not this wonderful?

Joenroute

Hey there! Im Joe (the one on the right). Im an avid traveler, teacher, reader, and writer. I currently live in Hanoi, Vietnam and work as a part-time English teacher and web designer. Before, I used to live in Shanghai for around 4 years, learning Chinese Mandarin, teaching and working on startup projects. If Im not riding my trusty motorbike through crazy traffic you can find me at a local cafe working on sites, editing, proofreading or writing content. Joenroute.com is mainly a place where I write about my experiences in cities and countries that Ive been too, as well as my life as an English teacher. Feel free to get in touch!

ClariMichele Blog

I blog about interiors, travel, DIY, & the adventures of expat life.

Kiskeya Life

Exploring an unusual island, one story at a time.

Spanglish Y'all

Spanglish Y'all is an expat blog written to inspire everyone that wishes to live as an expat. On our blog, we will share the process, emotions, and logistics of moving from Atlanta, GA and the discovery of the sights, people, language, and food in our new home city. If our family can do it, so can you!

writenowrebekah

I was born in Ireland, grew up in England and met my Cornish husband in Catalonia. We now live in the Netherlands, in Dutch suburbia, with our two differently wired small kids. I write about my experiences trying to bring up my kids in the Netherlands.

Upraised Living

I write about moving to and living in the UK, from visa application processes to useful day to day insight. I also write about my passions, food, travel, and my Filipino roots.

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izabella elkjær - hyggjaa

This blog is about my life moving around the world, and finding my place. Its about making an honest living in desolate places and the general pursuit of my own American dream.

Celt & Kiwi

Celt & Kiwi is a travel and lifestyle website curated by Tiernan and Rachel Ennis (the Celt and the Kiwi, respectively). We are advocates for slow, thoughtful travel. Our readers return for our reliable travel hints, tips and advice for spending long periods of time at particular destinations and immersing themselves in the local culture. We only review products and services we either own or use ourselves. Aside from reviews and travel writing, we make our experience available for trip consultation to Ireland and provide coaching and mentoring to would-be migrants (expats) looking to start new lives abroad.

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Jill's Journeys

Building bridges to Mexico, faith, and parenting. I'm a 10-year resident of Mexico. I began blogging as a means to explaining to my friends and family why I love this country, the quirks that make it different from where I grew up, and highlighting fantastic places I've been to here!

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Lost and Local

Laura is a twenty-something Canadian, nature lover, and cafe hopper, currently living in Singapore. Follow along as she attempts to work her way around the world (both literally and figuratively).

Expat Women in Turkey

Expat Women in Turkey is a place where through the interviews expat women share about their life in Turkey. It is a place where you can find comfort or some great pieces of advice about how to overcome some obstacles that come on your way in your new country. Also it is a place where I share my personal expat experience and ty to connect women in many cities in Turkey, so they can make new friends and never feel lonely here. Read more about it on the website. There is also a contact number where you can send whatsapp message, so you can be added to Whatsapp groups.

This month's expat blog: Write Now Rebekah

Rebekah is an avid traveler and blogger, born in Dublin, Ireland. After growing up with her parents in the UK, she lived in Germany, the Greek Islands, and South Korea. Back to Europe, she met her Spanish husband, and they got married in New Zealand. Today, they live in the Netherlands with their two kids. The author of Write Now Rebekah speaks to Expat.com about her expat experience and passion for blogging.

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