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Leaving the stoops and brownstones of Brooklyn, New York, for the cobblestones and spires of Prague, Czech Republic, BlackGirlinPrague explores the ins-outs-ups-downs of taking that leap to move abroad; the beautiful, comical, instructive, unexpected twists and turns and resulting life lessons.
These are the anecdotes of a twenty-something girl from California, who made the wonderful (and sometimes terrifying) decision to move to Prague in July 2011.
after losing my elementary teaching job due to budget cuts, i sold all my belongs and moved to europe with my best friend. now i'm teaching english as a foreign language and trying to figure out where to go next on this crazy journey called life...
Living the Bohemian lifestyle in modern day Bohemia known as the Czech Republic. Located in a small village near Chrudim. Restoring a 500 year old farmhouse. I try to live a lifestyle in tune with the symbiotic nature of life and the Earth. I prefer to use natural principles of gardening and husbandry to produce food for my family or buy from others of like mind. I seek to replace what I take away, to restore what has been destroyed and to leave more for the next generation. I enjoy gardening. I collect and save seeds. I eat in season. I preserve food for winter. I make jams and jellies, wine and cheese. I cure prosciutto, salami and make beef jerky. I keep chickens. I think a fruit tree is a better choice than an ornamental tree for a garden. I think strawberries make beautiful ground cover for flowerbeds, and black or red currants make lovely hedges. Grapevines grown on a pergola over a patio make a nice shady place to eat in the summer. Borders of edible flowers are beautiful and nutritious. Herbs look great planted among roses. I really don’t mind dandelions in my lawn, the greens are tasty in the spring and the flowers are edible as well as make an interesting wine. I enjoy foraging for wild food. I believe that if you live in harmony with nature, nature will supply you with everything you need to live.
A blog for both short and long term visitors to the Czech Republic with a focus decidedly away from the capital city.
A blog about the trials, tribulations and adventures of my girlfriend and I as we spend two years living in the Czech town of Pardubice.
A Welsh girl moves to Prague to teach English after her 16-month Japan adventure.
A quirky, sideways look at life in the Czech Republic seen through the eyes of an English expat who has recently followed her Czech partner to Prague.
In September 2008, I moved to Prague to become Chaplain to the English-speaking Anglican Episcopal congregation in the Czech Republic. The blog is my attempt to reflect on ministering to English-speakers from a variety of backgrounds and countries, and living as an ex-pat myself in this fascinating city.
The best of Europe: Five blogs for five cities
What do Dublin, London, The Hague, Parma, and Galicia have in common? — Sorry, all being European cities, even though it is the right guess, doesn’t count. Okay, we will save you the hustle — here it is, they all have good expat bloggers! Expat.com brings them to you to introduce you to the expat life in the city they have decided to make a home (for now).