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I'm a 25 year old girl who recently relocated to Poland, Warszawa from Denmark. On my blog you'll find post about my experiences and observations about life in Warszawa and Poland, but also posts about personal things.
Warsaw Guide is an expat blog written by an American expat staying in Warsaw. The author cooperates with other friends staying in the Polish capital to write about the city he fell in love with.
We as creative individuals are not bound to one path controlled by other peoples perceptions, aesthetic values, principles, beliefs or ideologies.
I am a young Mexican guy living in Poland for almost 2 years. I created last year a personal blog about Poland and Mexico, principally about the traditions, culture, language, events of those two countries.
An ironic point of view about this beautiful country. Don't hate me please!
A young couple's journey of moving to Europe from the United States and their motivation and desire to live a new lifestyle.
I am an Expat currently living in Poland. I enjoy cooking and reading - both of which I love to blog about as well! Please join me as I take on the adventure of living in Europe one meal - and book - at a time!
In August 2012 I moved from a small town in Ontario, Canada to Poland, where I'm balancing my dream of travelling with my first "grown up" job as an international school teacher.
My place where I can express what I feel and what I see around me - trips I take with my fiancee - things I do with my friends - small things I like and explore :)
Support Group for Filipinos in Poland contains also useful facts for expats in Poland
Le site de yoga, ou on peut trouver les information sur les asans, les mantras, la cuisine et tout ce que concerne du yoga
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.