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We're a multi-national travel couple who's always up for a new challenge and adventure! We created this blog in order to share our experiences with people, and also to connect with other travellers and expats from around the world!
What I love about Paris, why I love it so much and how to find it! My Love for Paris is exactly that. A blog about all the beautiful things the City of Light, the City of Love has to offer. Having had almost 40 visitors pass through in a period of 18 months, I am constantly on the search for the unique, the not to be missed and the off the beaten track. Tips, recommendations and experiences that have enabled me to fall in love with Paris, even with all her imperfections.
I moved to Paris in 2011 after living in Washington DC for 6 years. My original idea was to teach english, learn French and experience living abroad. My plans to teach english changed a bit when I was hired at an International interior design firm and the only extra time I had was to learn French. I have received numerous amounts of questions from people asking about my experience living abroad and there was no better way for me to share these experience than with a blog.
Ever wonder how to procrastinate writing a best selling, award winning, mind blowing novel while living in France? I'm a struggling American writer finding my way in Paris, one rejection at a time :)
I'm a mom and wife. I work in fashion and I love my city: Paris! I look forward to sharing the best of this city for you and your busy little bees!
The bumbings of a recent grad of Le Cordon Bleu Paris who currently lives in Paris eating as many pastries as possible, traveling, and wading through French paperwork (ouf!). Check out my blog for helpful tips on living in France and lots of recommendations of places to go and things to see!
Fashion Travel Accessories is a Lifestyle Fashion Travel blog / website that offers products, guides and tips related to Fashion, Clothing, Shoes, Beauty, Decor, Lifestyle, What To Wear, Packing, Paris, Europe and Travel and encourages people to live an adventurous life everyday and in every way.
A foreign bird nesting in PARIS. A different stance on art, food, fashion, music, interviews & lots of creative projects all inspired by Paris and France
An American Family taking on an expat assignment in Paris. With a two year old. And unable to speak a word of French. This is life as we know it. Join is for the fun, photos, and mishaps of our lives with a toddler in Paris.
After completing a Bachelor Degree of Communications at AUT in Auckland and finishing head of class in photojournalism I decided to take my camera on the road with me, and document my travels through Europe and Africa. A lot of people had told me they were jealous of what I am doing, which is a fair call as I am pretty damn lucky. But this is to let you know that life is not all free trips to Greece and partying in Paris (although sometimes it is). Here lies the laughable failures, the incredible tales and the tips I have learned from experiencing the beautiful and sometimes harsh reality of the world. These are the stories from behind the lens.
Say "Oui" to Paris is a blog for those who live in Paris, enjoy visiting Paris, or just hold a special place in their heart for Paris.
I Prefer Paris is about an Ex-New Yorkers daily view of living in Paris. It includes restaurant reviews, celebrity interviews, Paris fashion 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.