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My life in Qatar, my love of Yemen, my travels in the region and immersion into arabic culture
The Little Chills is our little room of big ideas...from discovering the joys of baking to celebrating life's simple joys, this is where all our little things become big and wonderful. Join us, unlease your creativity and never get tired to be inspired. And of course, don't forget to inspire others too!
Muslimah from Belgium /// Wife to my Egyptian hubby /// Mother to my little American /// Home (for now) in Qatar
This is a lifestyle blog created by yours truly in collaboration with my best friend. We are based in Doha, Qatar and decided to start this blog out of fun and boredom last September 2014. I'm originally from Philippines but I grew up in Doha so I consider it my second home. We write about anything and everything that piques our interest and feature hotels, places, restaurants and events we've been into that we'd gladly like to share to our fellow expats! Happy reading :)
This blog is a small handy guide of what to do in Qatar and how to spend the days and make most of the city from an expat eye.
Collection of A Filipino Architect's Notes on his Expat Life in Doha, Qatar; as well as his other Travels. Also includes Architectural Notes and Personal Stuff.
The ramblings of a Filipina living in Dubai while discovering the rest of the world.
A blog about an English family who are living abroad for the very first time. I certainly never in a million years thought I would become an expat but am enjoying the experience so far and learning and adapting to everything that is thrown our way. Feel free to read about our day to day life and to fnd out about Qatar as seen through my eyes.
Nothing exciting. Just a Canadian girl living and working in the Middle East. Trying to make sense of life while driving, working, living and breathing in the desert air. Trying to convince herself that sand and beige can replace the blue skies, gold/green/red leaves.
My husband's employer sends him to countries around the globe, never staying longer than a couple of years. I decided to follow him, not knowing where we will end up next...