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My life and views from my time in Jakarta. What I observe and how I feel about living so far from home and those I miss. Now sharing my life with my wife and son so things will be seen in completely new ways by me and my son as he grows and learns to understand life
Welcome to 'Travels with my Angst'. It's a place to learn a little something about the kind of individual who would choose to live overseas. What kind of demented loon(are there sane loons?) would choose to teach for a living? Perhaps you've come here to learn. Perhaps you're curious. Perhaps you can't sleep. Welcome. Come dip your toes into the refreshing silliness that is our little corner of Cyberia.
we like is a digital visual collection of everything we like about Bali life hang outs, people, tatts and so much more we take the inside out
Talking about various aspects of expat life abroad, particularly for an expat wife, a funny must-read. Inspired by recession in Ireland and live in Middle East, Doha Abu Dhabi and Jakarta, Indonesia. .
A Travel Guide for the Poor, Hip and Trendy. Find electro parties, vintage shopping and the best authentic restaurants. There's such an underground scene here but no one sticks around long enough to discover it! Being an expat/intern in this city can be hard (it's no Paris) but when you know where to look you can have one of the best times of your life. Enjoy.
At this blog I will write about all my travels. First, I will be in Jakarta for five months. Then I will travel South East Asia for a month and a half. After I will go to Paris for five months and as if that isn't enough, next is the USA for an undetermined time.
After spending more than a decade working in various companies, I took the opportunity to follow my husband to Vietnam, and become a housewife, with plenty of time to cultivate new interests and renew old ones.
A Washingtonian conflict and development junkie's account of living and working around the world. My current home? Indonesia.
Featuring favorite restaurants, shops, and more in Jakarta and travel tips, interior design and fashion with photography.
I started this blog to share thoughts, experiences and knowledge with English teachers from around the world. The blog is mainly directed towards English Teachers in Indonesia but I'm sure English Teachers from around the world are bound to find one or two of the articles interesting.
In January 2014, I moved to Jakarta from Washington, DC with my German husband. This is the story of our expat adventure, and travels within Southeast Asia.
Willkommen: The best expat blogs from Germany
Germany with its thriving economy, robust democracy, and liberal outlook is one of Central Europe's most inviting expat destinations. Whether you are a student, professional, or entrepreneur, you will have no difficulty adjusting to the well-organised and efficient lifestyle — maybe with the help of a few words in German for a start. But wouldn't it be great to have an ally while living in Germany? We have selected five expat bloggers in Germany, whom we think you will appreciate for their experience and eagerness to share.