Would you like to get in touch with Sri lankans living in Denmark? Discover the Sri lankan expat community in Denmark, the best way to make friends and to contact Sri lankans! You can also get in touch with all the members of the Denmark network.
Made with love, Expatolife is an expat, lifestyle and travel blog. Expatolife will be a useful friend if you just start your life in Denmark, or maybe just curious about how life in Denmark is. ...
British teacher in Denmark (that's the one with the Lego, not the one with the tulips)
I'm a British expat living in Southern Denmark! I am mum to a baby girl and blog about parenting and life in Denmark.
A German in Denmark, writing about life and style as an expat in Copenhagen, including things that strike me as a little bit weird, funny, brilliant or surprising!
A website on life in the Scandinavian capitals for English-speaking Scandis and Scandi-philes.
I am Melanie and this is a place where I share what delights me about Danish life and living in Copenhagen. I hope you enjoy!
As an American in Denmark, there are many moments that I find myself contemplating the differences between my life in the U.S. and my life here in Copenhagen. This blog serves as a place for me to ...
My little corner of the internet dedicated to living abroad and trying to carve out my own niche in a complex world.
After meeting in Prague and living together in London we are now moving to Denmark. We are a Maltese/Danish couple and we blog about our new life in Sønderborg.
Our online journal to connect my friends and family in Texas to my new life in Denmark!
Fresh graduate who has just moved to Copenhagen writing about life in this new city.
Creativity is at the very heart of our little Tribe and we believe that the world is like a fine piece of art, meant to be savored and explored. Here at Traveling Mama, we tend to chit chat about ...
Anything and everything about life in Denmark. Never serious but hopefully always informative! :)
Musings of an Australian exchange student on a year-long exchange to Denmark. Some parts are personal, some are travel information, and some relate to becoming immersed in a new culture.
In this blog, you can find experiences or observations on working with different cultures, recommended books, films or research on cultural diversity.
In the Summer of 2012, I moved to Denmark with my husband. This blog chronicles my journey from learning the language, getting married, and making my way in a new country.