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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!
A blog about the interesting, colorful surprising capital of Germany by a college student. All in all, a commentary on German society.
A blog sharing practical self sufficiency skills & experiences that would make our great-grandparents proud!
Just another expat in Berlin...I am using my blog to describe life in Berlin in a humorous way. Posts include reflections on the German way of life, desciptions of nights out, beautiful photos of events, reviews of restaurants and touristical attractions...all in a very unpretentious, funny style!
In July 2013, my family will be relocating from Washington, DC to Berlin, Germany. But relocation is a process, not just a single event. This blog will follow me as I close down my old life in the United States and adjust to my new life in Germany.
just daily life chatter
Berlin for all the Family is a useful resource for English speaking parents and pregnant women in Berlin. The blog includes tips on days out for children, events, English translations of documents, finding an English speaking midwife etc
I muse and amuse. I aim to make you think, laugh and provide a listening eye to my sometimes powerfully profound and sometimes strikingly every day thoughts.
Germans can be pretty serious people, but there are myriad funny things about how they live, work, and play. Here is a look at some of these peculiarities, along with general observations about an American life in Europe.
My blog about Berlin, touching on subjects as delicate as why do German men pee sitting down, why it is dangerous to stare at women in Turkish bakeries, and how to become a groundbreaking vernissage crasher/avantgarde genius with the contents of your pocket (and a funny hat). The blog also deliberates on why Germans never lose at sport, what a torn sofa can do for your reputation with Sallowists and how to make a 'European' career in the German benefits system. Further insights on sideburn burning, 'co-traveling together opportunities', awkward relationships with Goodle Translate and lift saluting. Dispatches from Berlin, every Friday:
Possums log is about travel and working abroad. I blog about my experiences and have advice and tips for others who are thinking of doing the same. I blog about the food I have found during my travels and my attempts to replicate these cuisines. I also blog about writing and my attempt at writing a novel as well as some of my favourite poetry.
Gail at Large
My name is Gail, I was born in the Philippines but immigrated to Canada as a young child with my family. I currently live in Porto, Portugal’s second-largest metropolitan area, located in the north on the Atlantic coast. Spain is an hour to the north and about two hours to the east.