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My husband's employer sends him to countries around the globe, never staying longer than a couple of years. I decided to follow him, not knowing where we will end up next...
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!
Dubai is a city that looks different from every eye, from the seven star hotels to the worlds biggest mall and tallest building To the underwater hotels and beautiful clean white beaches, from culture to class, there is certainly no time to get bored in Dubai. To share our life we create Dubai Blog This blog is one of the first to dedicate its sole purpose to the happenings, from fashion to photography, the landscapes to the night life, the good to the activities, we aim to give you Dubai on one plate, one site, one blog. You may be puzzled as there are many sites you can get all this information, but there is not a single blog that mixes it all up, gives you real daily reviews. One could say time out Dubai is of such nature, but wheres the content? The picture isnt painted, its more of a yellow pages of Dubai, this blog will give you daily reviews of different activities, different aspects and update you on whats going on.
Family life, exploring Singapore, beautiful pictures. Take a look, this is my life in Singapore!
Our journey in search of a new life with less work and more fun. A gentle life...from the "Gentle Island" of PEI to the mountains of Ecuador and beyond.
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
I enjoy exploring the 99% of Japan that most guidebooks and websites don't talk about. Why don't they? Maybe because they are too mysterious, too scary or simply too remote. The truth is that those places are so enchanting that it is difficult to come back. I am sharing those special places with you.
A lifestyle blog about living in London with my fiance and dog. Sharing recipes, restaurant finds, fashion finds, things to do, party ideas and wedding planning inspiration from an American girl living across the pond!
HOW I LEFT AMERICA, AND MY ADVENTURES IN MOSCOW AS A SINGLE FATHER AND ARTIST. Ex-New Yorker Marco North chronicles a dizzying array of experiences, both bitter and sweet. Father of a child that was kidnapped to Russia, he survives and protects - cooks and makes music, sharing his triumphs as well as his failures every Monday.
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.
I started this blog to rant and rave about my life in Japan but it has unexpectedly turned into something else. It’s become an opportunity to explore my thoughts and feelings about life as an ex-pat in in the land of all that is cute and small. I’m a native New Yorker (Brooklynite) and a writer. I have been living here for nearly 5 years and finally I feel like talking about it. And I have a lot to say, so some of the posts may be a little lengthy. I know we’re all supposed to have short-attention spans these days but I don’t and I don’t do brevity well. However, I do my very best to keep my posts concise and thorough, real and interesting. Which is more important than brief, don’t you think? This is not your typical journal about the foreigner’s experience here. I’ve read most of them and they’re mostly pretty happy-go-lucky written by people who are having the most wonderful experiences of their lives. I am not one of them. Maybe if I came from the countryside or something, but I’m a New Yorker. I guess growing up in NY has spoiled me. Got some of that snobbery of being a product of the ‘greatest city on Earth,’ and what-not. But, God help me, I do love Japan.
I've been travelling the world for over 10 years, living in some pretty exotic and interesting places. This is my blog about the new countries I live in and my attempts to learn the local languages there. I post a lot about my time as an expat living in the Middle East especially.
Wherein a former desert rat shares village life and the delights of the French language.
From UK to Canada to Ireland - a Finnish serial migrant hopping from one adventure to another. The blog follows my spontaneous travels across the globe as the writer stumbles upon the unpredictable reality of moving to a new country. Speaking 6 languages already and hoping to fold a few more into my linguistic quiver, life is never going to be boring at Terra Incognita, the Land Unknown.
Inspired by the world, created by Izzy. A digital travel journal designed by Izzy Pulido, a vagabonding twenty-something looking to take people around the world. See the world through her eyes from the places she's visited to the people she's met!
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.