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A young couple's journey of moving to Europe from the United States and their motivation and desire to live a new lifestyle.
Desert to Dublin is a blog documenting our transition as a family of five from Tucson, Arizona, US, to Dublin, Ireland.
Étudiante de 23 ans à l'EM Strasbourg Business School, je suis expatriée à Dublin (Irlande) pour une année complète. Par le biais de ce blog, vous découvrirez l'Irlande et recevrez de nombreux conseils concernant l'installation à Dublin. Étant une globe-trotteuse, depuis ma tendre enfance, des articles concernant mes divers voyages seront également présents. Cheers!
From UK to Canada to Ireland - a Finnish serial migrant hopping from one adventure to another. The blog follows my spontaneous travels across the globe as the writer stumbles upon the unpredictable reality of moving to a new country. Speaking 6 languages already and hoping to fold a few more into my linguistic quiver, life is never going to be boring at Terra Incognita, the Land Unknown.
I'm a Louisiana native currently living in Dublin, Ireland. I'm a firm believer in the power of exploring the world and all the beautiful things in it (and doing it affordably!). Sara Sees chronicles my love for traveling, festivals, and music.
A blog about being a single mother in a foreign country, who finds hard to fall in love again.. Follow her adventures of love with the comfort of a cup of coffee
A knitting, crochet and family blog from a Polish girl who moved from Warsaw, Poland and is living now in Dublin, Ireland with her Irish husband, 3 small kids, 2 cats and a whole lot of yarn. Expect a Central European take on Ireland, crafting, family life and English language.
Ramblings of my journey from North Carolina to Ireland. The trials and tribulations of finding a job, selling my home and making the big move.
Am continuing this old blog that i started in 2006, was living in Manila, working for a financial company -- where i lived in Hong Kong for 3 months for a short-term assignment. In 2007, i transitioned to an international non-profit company, which brought me to various southern and eastern African countries, Central and Southeast Asia and the US. Moved back to Manila in 2010 and worked in a service centre until, i was seconded to Dublin, Ireland in July 2013. The recent entries will be my memories of the Dublin transition, since i arrived in the country in October 2013. Time flies so fast!
Travel addict and chocoholic. American living in Dublin Ireland. Suffering from a lack of Taco Bell and Target.
After 11 years in Ireland, I don't really feel French anymore but not entirely Irish either... This blog is a wonderful mess of thoughts and ideas about what it's like to be French in Ireland
This is blog is intented for helping families that are settled up in Cork and/or are thinking about moving here. Moving abroad is a big step and moving with a family is an even bigger one. Since there are many things to be sorted such as accomodation for the family, good neighboorhods, schools, health system, administrative paper work PPSN for the entire family, child benefit, kids and family activities, introducing kids into a billingual world and many other? a great place for sharing as well as asking and getting answers from those who have been in a similar situation and have the experience. The idea of the blog is share the experiences of familes in many different topics related with the day to day family life in Cork.There are several friends from different countries posting in that blog. Hope you find it useful. Enjoy!
Willkommen: The best expat blogs from Germany
Germany with its thriving economy, robust democracy, and liberal outlook is one of Central Europe's most inviting expat destinations. Whether you are a student, professional, or entrepreneur, you will have no difficulty adjusting to the well-organised and efficient lifestyle — maybe with the help of a few words in German for a start. But wouldn't it be great to have an ally while living in Germany? We have selected five expat bloggers in Germany, whom we think you will appreciate for their experience and eagerness to share.