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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.
Curious what life is like when you live abroad? Wander on over. Half the time it's rave reviews about something old I've found, but I do talk about culture, tradition, and what makes life tick in general. This isn't really meant to be a how-to on getting by as an international as I'm barely figuring these things out on my own. These writings will focus on more of the broad experience of getting to know England and its differences from what I've grown up with as well as the learning experiences. There will be silliness and plenty of photos of both extraordinary and everyday life, and of course, all thoughts are my own personal ramblings unless otherwise stated.
We are two Britons living in Culebrón, a small village in the Alicante province of Spain. These are some of the things that happen to us and around us.
Relocated to Belgium since July 2016 under a cohabitation visa. My blog is to document my journey in Belgium. The first series that I have written is "Legal Cohabitation Visa for a Well-Prepared Battle". It is to help people with a similar situation like me - applying for a cohabitation visa in Belgium. Subsequently, I hope to spend more time in the future writing about my travel in Belgium and other parts of Europe. Not forgetting about the love of many people. That is food search. I would like to introduce more Asian food since it is my number one love. Coming from Singapore which is an international food paradise, I would be able to tell you what are quality, authentic Asian cuisine. Yum... Yum...
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!
A practical guide to living and working in Frankfurt am Main. When I figure things out, I tend to share, so leave me a comment if you have a suggestion and 'like' if you find something helpful :-)
The idea of this blog is to bring Munich alive, through the voices of locals and expats alike. Whether you are just visiting or you plan on making Munich your home, we hope you'll find useful tools and advice that will not only help you maintain your sanity after a stressful move, but also to find your anchor in a place where you might feel lost.
A Finnish girl and a charming frenchman find each other in the Finnish Lapland, 2 years later get married and settle in France with their two cats. What happens next? The blog depicts my ups and downs as a fresh expat who tries to build a life in her new country. I also talk about knitting, cats, fashion and being a HSP ;)
Your Home is Where Your Hear Is that is why jadorelylon has been created. So if you would you like to join me in the adventure to explore France from the perspective of the Polish girl who is very curious and love to explore, who on top of that all loves shopping, movies, trips & activities & things to do, who loves baking & taking a lot of photos; a girl who has too many ideas per minute, then keep an eye on my Shopaholicfromhome blog and check out on what I have been up to on my social media where I share my passion for Lyon & France and everything French! Feel free to make comments, dont hesitate to get in touch with me! I would love to hear from you! So I am here always: www.jadorelyon.com
An English teacher explores way beyond the Saudi classroom in his pursuit to continue surfing. In his first season he opened up the sand dunes of Al Nafud desert for sand boarding and now he is back surfing real waves on beaches along the Eastern Provinces. The blog is a diary of his life teaching, surfing, eating and travelling around Arabia. It contains beautifully captured images of a country so few get to visit.
An Expat that splits his time between California and Thailand. Living life to the fullest at each end of the planet.
The FunkTravels Podcast is hosted by an American expat couple living in Turkey, Catie and Jason Funk. Together they believe in intentional dreaming for international living. The bi-weekly episodes document their journey from leaving the United States to becoming expats in Izmir, Turkey(30+ episodes!). Through this podcast and blog, they hope to help encourage other expats to live and travel in the country of their choosing. Our dream is Turkey!
Michigander expat in Southwest England. I blog about travel, gluten free recommendations, poetry, yoga, and everything in between.
I'm a English Woman living in Switzerland, via Asia and the USA. I'm an avid traveller, Champagne drinker, restaurant connoisseur (not just posh ones), Gordon Ramsey minion, amateur photographer, people watcher/get-to-know-er and occasional golfer. I write about general everyday things, my travels and my love of both eating and cooking good food.
The amusing musings of our colourful life, moving from house in the UK to boat in the UK, to a house in Spain. Been blogging the whole journey since 2007...
A blog to record and share my expat experiences in Dubai. I write about lifestyle, culture, food, entertainment and the places I visit.
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 with a strayling.
5 expat bloggers reveal their recipe for happiness
Are you about to move abroad and make the tough decision to leave your many cookbooks behind? Never mind, because Expat.com — with this selection of five expat bloggers pouring love and care in their dishes — is bringing an infusion of faraway flavours into your kitchen. Join us for an international feast — a celebration of life in foreign lands!