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Hi! I'm Dominique, a roaming Aussie blogger who moved to London two years ago. After falling in love with a Scotsman, I now split my time between London and Edinburgh. I love travelling and take snaps to document my travels, and enjoy writing and thinking about travel, style and culture.
Life in Düsseldorf is an online community publication sharing the best about life in Düsseldorf in a generous and honest way. We spend our mornings writing content and our afternoons interviewing locals, participating in forums and calling businesses so you dont have to.
Were an Aussie expat family (mum, dad and two sons) living in Glasgow, Scotland. We moved to Scotland Land of the Brave on a UK Ancestry Visa in September 2016. We plan to become UK citizens and hold dual Australian-UK citizenship by the end of 2022. We have British blood, Scottish spirit and Aussie pride. We say it like it is and if you dont like it you can move along.
What do I write about? I like to write about whats popular now and whats been hidden within the cracks for decades. My passions are the hidden spots, the eclectic street art, the quaint bookshops, the best food spots, the vibrant bars, the hip clubs, the adrenaline-based activities, the cultural events and last but not least, the locals and their culture. I also write about well-known touristic places (they are touristic for a reason: many of them are great, lets not be hypocritical). Finally, I write about some pretty damn boring stuff as well. There are loads of things you need to figure out as soon as you move to a new country: different legislations, bank accounts, insurances, registrations to this and that office, driving rules, etc. Since I have to figure out things for myself, I thought I might as well do the extra step and write it down on this blog. So yeah, I write about this too.
Topics include my expat life, travels, and working remotely. But, mostly, about being happy! Emphasis on my time living in Roatan and now in Malta.
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...
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.
Made with love, Expatolife is an expat, lifestyle and travel blog. Expatolife will be a useful friend if you just start your life in Denmark, or maybe just curious about how life in Denmark is. Expatolife also provides useful travel tips around the world, especially if you are interested in budget travel! Take a look at my website to read more about my sharing on choosing house in Copenhagen!
Im a freelance writer and editor, based in Heidelberg, Germany. Were Canadian, but have spent 7 years living in London, England, and now were continuing our expat family journey in Germany. I write about family travel, food, style, and our expat life experience.
Exploring the art, culture, food and more of Italy in general, and Bologna in particular
Travel blog from an American Expat living in Germany with her German Boyfriend.. Traveling the world together and sharing experiences and tips along the way.
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.