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My name is Deb, a nurse by profession and have been living in South America since 2013. I am a blogger, traveler, horror freak and a frustrated writer under the full moon. I love listening to indie rock-folk and the-staring-out-into-the-solar-system kind of music. My hobbies include playing League of Legends and World of Warcraft.
I work in international development, so I'm always travelling. My blog is a combination of living in new places as an expat and travelling to new places on weekends and vacations. I'm currently living in Sucre, Bolivia, so check out my latest adventures!
A family of five move from Australia to Argentina trying to blend in like locals. The kids are learning Spanish, he's teaching English and she's doing a psychology degree. Sounds like fun to me.
krissies.co.uk is based in the Colombian capital, written by a 17 year old who left her home in Norway at the age of 16 to get some new views on the world. The site highlights the struggles of moving abroad without the safety of your parents for the first time, as well as how it is for a teenager to be abroad. Oh, and all the clumsy encounters that come along on the way.
This is a blog that is recent. We are serving local expats with information on good cafe's, best restaurants, attractions and in future posts: information about neighborhoods and local real estate. Our eBook has a special chapter for expats.
A Caribbean chica from the spice isle Grenada, I lived in the UK for 12 years, and now (as of October 2015) call Lima, Peru home. Pelican Tales is about life in Lima, discovering the food, culture, language, history and more, and about adventures travelling through South America while I'm here.
Chile Living Today is about what it is like to really live life as Chileans do, and not as an expat living within an expat community. We live, work, travel and play as part of the greater Chilean society. Our travel covers everything from Arica in the north to Chiloe in the south, from the 4000+ miles of Pacific coastline to the interior of the Andes Mountains. Chile has an old and amazing culture, and readers have the opportunity to explore and feel the flavors of Chilean life without having to leave the comforts of home... although visitors are always welcome to Chilean shores!
About my bicycle journey from San Francisco to Salvador Bahia with Mestre Acordeon and ten more Capoeiristas. I now live in Salvador and continue to write about my experiences in Brazil.
On June 2012, I made a difficult decision to leave the United States to start a new life in Cordoba Argentina. This blog comes complete with personal experiences, photos, videos, cultural comparisons, and tips to make the transition of living abroad a bit easier.
5 expat bloggers reveal their recipe for happiness
Are you about to move abroad and make the tough decision to leave your many cookbooks behind? Never mind, because Expat.com — with this selection of five expat bloggers pouring love and care in their dishes — is bringing an infusion of faraway flavours into your kitchen. Join us for an international feast — a celebration of life in foreign lands!