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NinaNotNow.com is a Doha based blog that gives its readers all the information they will need about Doha to feel at home. Nina explores every old souq and tiny store hidden away in nooks in the city and provides detailed reviews, pictures and all the information one will need. Having lived in the Middle East almost all her life, Nina will give you a little peak into the culture and the people of Qatar and the Middle East. Both the locals and the expats. The blog will also cover unexplored hang out spots, fun things to do and Nina's epiphanies! NinaNotNow will give you the tips you need to crack Doha!
I am an Australian born, dual passport owning expatriate; who has lived through 6 postings over 9 years. I have three beautiful children (2 boarding in Australia) and 1 currently living with us in Malaysia. I have one extraordinary rescue dog, that has lived in almost as many countries as we have and I am married to a supportive husband who has given me the opportunity to raise our three children in 2 very different continents in this very unconventional way. In my past life I was an Adult Educator and now I am a trailing spouse. I am hoping that this blog will guide those that are starting out in this strange lifestyle and allow me to pursue my passion for writing in the comfort of my own (airport lounge) home.
I Live in Singapore (since 2008), observe language, read books, watch movies, collect stuff, and travel. Singapore is a great place to observe language. I love English, Singlish, and Chinese. If you find my posts interesting, click the "like button" here on expat.com. Thanks!
A book style ex pat blog chronicling our relocation to the beautiful Langhe Hills in Piemonte, a UNESCO site and home to prestigious wines, truffles and hazelnuts! Lot's of stories about our adventures, making friends with some outstanding characters and living the 'dolce vita' while starting an organic farm.
My blog is all about the culture shock of moving from Sydney to San Francisco. You'd think it would go away after a while, but it's been a year and I'm still finding things to write about, so I guess it never really stops.
A highly sensitive millennial mewling about life or in general and constantly craving either Krispy Kreme or Balot.
Want to learn about the curiosities and quirks the Eifel has to offer, travel off the beaten path, or cook like a German but dont have a grasp of the language? Then youve come to the right place! Here youll find an English language guide to the Eifel from the perspective of an American Expat.
Desert to Dublin is a blog documenting our transition as a family of five from Tucson, Arizona, US, to Dublin, Ireland.
The lives and travels of young expat bloggers
More and more young people are looking overseas for their next new adventure, be it the next step in their education or in order to further their career. Though long stints of travelling have been popular for a while, young adults are increasinly looking to make a long-term move abroad. This breed of young expat is often a keen traveller (often using their new home as a base for visiting the region) with a desire to discover the nuances of their new culture. Here are our top five blogs from young expats.