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Originally from the Midwestern United States, Danny has lived in Europe and the Middle East and has traveled to over 30 countries. A lover of languages, maps, photography, and window seats, he currently resides in Frankfurt, Germany, where he enjoys the simpler aspects of expat life when not on the road.
Want to learn about the curiosities and quirks the Eifel has to offer, travel off the beaten path, or cook like a German but dont have a grasp of the language? Then youve come to the right place! Here youll find an English language guide to the Eifel from the perspective of an American Expat.
Food and travel in west-central Germany: a British writer explores traditional, seasonal cuisine in the heart of Riesling country. (And drinks a lot of wine.)
I'm Judee Bendiola, a Filipino student here in Germany. In my blog, you can see various travel tips from my adventures in Europe, Asia,and the United States. I also share what I've learned as a Cultural Studies MA Student. You can see some reviews from popular shows or films. Lastly, I will also delight your senses through my mouthwatering recipes of Asian cuisines!
In Spring 2014 I moved from the Washington, D.C. area to Berlin, Germany with my husband to start a new adventure in a city we had never visited before. I started this blog as a way to share my new life with friends and family, and to connect with other expats and future expats! Most of my posts are about life in Berlin, our travels, tips for other expats, and the occasional post documenting my attempts at being the perfect Hausfrau.
Providing you fresh insider tips from Berlin, Bucharest, Lisbon and other places in Europe. Exploring the world in a fun way!
I'm an American expat and former teacher who has moved permanently to Germany. I write about life here in our small community, the differences between the US midwest and southern Germany (Swabia), language, and international travel.