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Not necessarily saying that NZ is dysfunctional, more that the whole world is. Random thoughts from a professional expat in my 5th country.
Live vicariously with us as we explore our adapted country of New Zealand. We are an American expat family with two teenage girls currently living about an hour from Auckland city, enjoying what New Zealand has to offer. We are active community members, involved with Girl Guiding, conservation and yacht racing.
This blog describes my experiences as a postgraduate student in moving to Christchurch, New Zealand, which is a city still in the process of rebuilding after its earthquake. I point out differences compared to both the U.S. and U.K. where I've lived previously.
This blog primarily details my experiences while traveling and showcases my photography. I love to read, write, take photos, art, and travel.
We are husband and wife, heading out to trial life in NZ on Working Holiday Visas (trekking the Himalayas on our way). I'm a teacher and he's an IT geek and we both love hiking and photography.
Welcome to Just Popping Out for a Bit: a travel blog about a solo traveller from Yorkshire, UK. Searching for adventure, I have chosen to start my travels by doing a working holiday in New Zealand. This blog shares my experience and guides if you are considering starting your own adventure. Thanks for visiting :)
My life is full of excitement and adventures and I hope to share some of it with you. But life as an expat can also be an emotional roller coaster so hold on.
a family's tale to the land of the long white clouds - A sort of diary of our experience, thoughts and some useful informations about our on-going journey to NZ
Living a Kiwi Life is about two Canadian expats - Jenna & Jordan - currently living and working in Wellington, New Zealand. Spending the first 6 weeks exploring the country, taking in many of the Great Walks and adventure activities, they are now settled in Lyall Bay "Living a Kiwi Life". Believing you can do it all they continue to progress their careers full time while taking advantage of any spare moment to explore more of this awesome country. They've been documenting their adventures and even created a web series on YouTube. Check out Jenna and Jordan's adventures, travel tips and videos on their expat blog "Living a Kiwi Life".
Since July 2013 I am living with my family in New Zealand. In August 2012 I started to write this blog about Japan in German but many readers from abroad wanted an English blog. I am not perfect but I try my best :). My husband is Japanese and I am German. In our intercultural marriage we have many funny encounters in daily life, some misunderstanding and we are learning about each other cultures. William Shakespeare wrote about Othello and Desdemona, I am writing about us, first hand! I lived and worked for 9 years in Singapore. After a short stay in Japan we moved to Dubai and I spent three wonderful years as housewife and mother there. In 2010 we moved back to Japan only to leave again in 2013 for New Zealand. The original website is written in German and you can find it here: http://martinemueller.blogspot.com Email: email@example.com - all right for photos belonging to me or the original photographer. Some pictures are bought from shutterstock.com, the rights for this pictures belonging to the artist. - Re-blogging is allowed
Site web ou je partage ma passion pour la photo et mon environement. Je fais de la photographie de rue (street photographie) ou je m'interesse en particulier a la cite d'Auckland. J'y consacre aussi un blog en anglais ou je parle de mon experience.
This is a blog by a Scottish woman (who is actually half English, half Polish) who is married to a Swede, lived in Denmark for 8 years and who is now moving to a new life in New Zealand. I hope to cover various aspects of the move and my new life!
The best of Europe: Five blogs for five cities
What do Dublin, London, The Hague, Parma, and Galicia have in common? — Sorry, all being European cities, even though it is the right guess, doesn’t count. Okay, we will save you the hustle — here it is, they all have good expat bloggers! Expat.com brings them to you to introduce you to the expat life in the city they have decided to make a home (for now).