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Cologne District, North Rhine-Westphalia
I'm an American expat and former teacher who has moved permanently to Germany. I write about life here in our small community, the differences between the US midwest and southern Germany ...
A blog about life in Germany, travel, adventure, and some health-related and inspirational posts.
Documenting our (mostly) Scottish family's life in Berlin - culture clashes, expat cravings and all!
Follow the adventures of an American finding her way in Hamburg with little German-language skill and a great sense of humor.
From the US to Germany and everywhere in between...some tales from an expat as she explores around town, around Europe, and around the wherever.
American expat from Portland, Oregon, married to a beautiful, smart and (unintentionally) hilarious German woman.
Der Irische Berliner came to Berlin on St. Patricks Day 2008, to live, love, and learn all there was to be lived, loved, and learned in this wonderful city. And for Kürbiskernbrot. Expecting the ...
After spending 2 years in the Czech Republic, I've hopped the border and am settling into life in Germany. In between teaching classes, I write about random things and take pictures sometimes. ...
Hoping our adventures will inspire you to create your own while keeping it real. Lets face it, children aren't always easy to travel with. I strive to provide interesting facts and helpful tips for ...
I Must Be Off! is the expat, gluten-free photo-literary travel(b)logue of writer Christopher Allen . . . so you'll know where his hands have been.
The story of an American girl that has fallen in love with the German culture, the country, and a particular German man. Now living in Germany, I am trying to figure out how to call it home, all ...
An irregular look at life in Bayern - through British eyes. One of the most important things to keep is your sense of humour if you're an expat -particularly if you live in Germany. I hope this ...