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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.
I'm Elizabeth - a 20-something girl from Melbourne, Australia who moved to the UK to live the London life. MissECalwell is a blog sharing tales of my London life, the adventures, thoughts, life lessons and inspiration.
Our family of four is embarking on our greatest adventure yet. Weve moved about the U.S. quite a bit in the past decade, and now its time for us to tackle Europe. Athens will be our home base for the next four years, and from there we hope to see as much of our surroundings as our questionably patient children will allow. Well sample the local cuisine while our incredibly picky son stares in disgust. Well see the sights while our infant daughter cries for snacks and naps. Well chronicle our daily life in a foreign country and well attempt to learn Greek (yikes!). But most importantly, well have a unique experience to look back on for the rest of our lives.
My name is Sheryl and I'm from the Philippines. I have been living in Singapore since 2006. My love for travelling doesn't fully developed until my move to Singapore. I share my wanders and foodie finds in my electronic diary AKA my blog. Take a peek in to my world and join me in my wanders!
My life in Qatar, my love of Yemen, my travels in the region and immersion into arabic culture
We're a thirty-something married couple moving from Scotland to Malta in Summer 2016. Follow our story as we prepare to move, arrive in Malta and settle into our new life. We're quite opinionated and passionate about sharing information and helping others. This will be a warts and all record of our experience! We welcome questions, comments and suggestions for blog posts.
A British Expat who has given up a full time career in the UK to start a new life in Abu Dhabi. New life as a full time mum and aspiring professional photographer is so far from where this expat came from!
I unexpectedly fell in love with a French man and now I live in France. I write about the oddities of life here and anything else that makes me laugh.
After living in the Mediterranean for nearly 8 years, I realized that the girls out here know a thing or two about living. Its not all about a quick buck, a long career, a fast night out, a slow kiss. Its about taking care of ones self and one another. Its about cherishing relationships, our community, our family. Its about getting involved in your community and caring for your neighbor. Its about the village life and the beaches. Its about eating well and nourishing our bodies, our children, our parents, our husbands, and our careers. Its about connecting and having a life worth living. And oh, its about feeling good on the inside and looking good on the outside. With that, I believe there were 5 Pillars for Goddess Living - to help us all live like a Mediterranean goddess no matter where in the world we may be. These 5 Pillars are: 1) knowledge of (and cooking/preparing) authentic Mediterranean cuisine; 2) Focus on Family & Community; 3) Career Choices; 4) Faith & Spirituality; 5) Beauty Tips & Tricks - passed on from one goddess generation to the next
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.