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The past 15 months of my life have been spent in a land where the layer of history pile up on one another threatening to overcome it's future. The people who call this place home think, speak, and write using a different frequency from that of our world. I found myself wondering whether I really still was on earth as even the laws of physics didn't seem to apply the same there. As I struggled to understand the world that was embracing me, yet at the same time pushing me back I found friendship, love, passion, and pain. Now thrown back into the world I once unquestionably thought as home I am finding myself once again struggling to fit in to everything I used to call "normal". I've left a part of myself in China, woven into the fabric of the land and the newest pages of history. Let me take you on a journey back there, week by week through my life as a terrified, frustrated, intrigued, and fascinated foreigner by typing up the weeks recorded in my journals.
An American who has been living in Berne for many years takes a close-up, personal and often humorous look at life in Switzerland. I will touch on everything from recipes to jokes to doing the laundry to learning the language a potpourri of fun!
Greek life through my eyes. 40 years married to a Greek, living in Greece with 2 cross cultural children, and 5 grandchildren. Everything I see is still slightly foreign, still fresh. I am still learning about the life here. I observe, I comment, I write about my life and how it is for this xeni .
At the time of starting repatriateme.com, the repat is in between countries. The decision has been made: She is leaving her temporary-for-10-years country Luxembourg to go back to her native and beloved Norway, with hubby and two girls who have gotten really big while theyve been away. The girls that is She will write about that in-between state, about the leaving and the coming home, and about the inevitable reverse culture shock. Changed and unchanged, expected and unexpected, familiar and unfamiliar, loss and gain. She will write in both English and Norwegian, hoping that fellow repats, or ex-repats, or expats who might become repats, or just anyone who would enjoy her writings and topics, will find their way to this site. And maybe the odd Norwegian who could benefit from seeing the country through the keyboard of someone whos been away for a long time. The repat has a journalist background.
Interpersonal relations and stories based in Budapest and Helsinki, fostering an understanding of Finno-Ugric matters and relations, from a Cross-Cultural / Third Culture Kid viewpoint. In words and photomontage. I spend 45% of my time in Helsinki and the rest in Budapest.
A Caribbean chica from the spice isle Grenada, I lived in the UK for 12 years, and now (as of October 2015) call Lima, Peru home. Pelican Tales is about life in Lima, discovering the food, culture, language, history and more, and about adventures travelling through South America while I'm here.
A blog about expat family living, traveling as a family and the search for the stories about the lives of family members who once also lived abroad. We bi-racial, bi-cultural Filipino and Canadian family living and working in Korea as we raise our son.
The best expat mom blogs: Tips for raising your child abroad
From having your baby abroad, to moving in a foreign country with one or more children, expat parents have loads to think and plan about — healthcare, schooling, leisure activities, accommodation. We understand that all this is overwhelming. So, we come to your rescue with a list of five blogs managed by expat mothers, who have travelled that road before.