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Heyy, I'm Angela Carson. At 21 I left uni, jumped into my Jeep Wrangler, and drove from my native California to live an adventure in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Since then, I've explored 32 countries on 4 continents, residing in 7 of them (Kuala Lumpur is currently my home). I was even shot at once by bandits on a mountain road and I have a private pilot's license :-)
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.
Travel Blog of an Overseas Filipino Worker
This is the story of my second year as an expatriate after teaching English in the US public school system for 24 years. Currently, I am working for an e-learning company in Kuala Lumpur. Enjoy my travel stories about Southeast Asia including Langkawi, The Cameron Highlands, Penang, Kuala Lumpur, India, Thailand, Cambodia.
Flying Baguette chronicles the travel murmurs and ranting obsessions of Jan Sevilla, a quixotic nomadic chick and a writer by accident with some difficulty of having her subject agree to her verb.
After 33 years of a truly international life style and raising two daughters, Francien and Frank decided to withdraw from a 24/7 active working life. Frank has enjoyed a rewarding and financial lucrative expatriate working life with a global operating American Petrochemical company with numerous assignments in Europe, USA, Africa and Middle East. Being financially independent, Frank and Francien had decided a few years ago to make the big step and embark on an early retirement life (Frank is 57 years of age). They both do not know what that new phase in their life will look like, apart from being nomadic as they want to continue an expatriate lifestyle beyond retirement. The purpose of this blog is to share how they will try to find purpose and direction in the next few years, while being in full control of their own time. This blog is NOT about how to become financial independent nor about what place is the best place to retire in. This blog is about a journey to find new meaning and goals in a more mindful lifestyle, opposed to a global corporate working lifestyle driven by frenetic timelines and obligations.
On my travel blog (andygoestoasia.com), I take a first-hand, personal look at Southeast Asia in all it's glory. Come join the party.
Simple and easy Malaysian recipes by food blogger Ariffin Jamli. Discover more about foods, restaurants and holiday destinations in Malaysia.
Im Australian born with Chinese heritage, and have lived in 4 cities Melbourne, London, Rotterdam and now recently Kuala Lumpur. This is a blog about the things I discover as an expat living in different corners of the world.
A celebration of random people and events that occur while living the expat life.
We're Rob and Diane, an American and a Canadian. After an unexpected layoff we decided on early retirement. It sounds like more fun than work. After we sell our house and stuff, Malaysia is our destination. We started the blog ahead of time to help make contacts and share our past expat destination research and transition process.
Happy Go KL will bring you tips what to do in KL with your kids - or without them. We will also talk about parenting, traveling in Malaysia and the region and all other things happy.
Musings of a young (diplomat's) wife with wandering feet and a wild imagination
Ale Berrie started as a way for me to share my passion for food and baking. But slowly it has evolved into a blog thats all about the girl behind it and what I am all about. So you'll find documentation of my travels, recipes, yoga, and more.
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.