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Expat mommy in Angola

A blog about daily expatlife in Angola for families with kids

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Lass O'Luanda

An American Expat's Adventure in Africa

Trini Wife In Angola

This is the story of my days as a wife and mum in Africa. Three years is going to be a long time and I still can't believe we are here. What we do, experience and enjoy is what I would like to share. We are far away from the comforts of where we call home but isn't home where the heart is?

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Day to day life in Soyo, Angola

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Alaska to Angola

Trials and tribulations from a first time expat wife and mom.

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This blog shares just some of my experiences here in Angola, West Africa. I work with a few other Ex Pats, teaching and managing over 250 Angolan Nationals to produce up to 10000 meals per day!

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from the back of beyond

Life in Luanda as seen through a midwestern american girl's eyes.

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Bradt Guide to Angola Update Website

An eclectic mix of news and information about Angola

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Life in Ganda, middle of nowhere, Angola

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Angola Rising

'Angola Rising' is a place where Mark and Jana Faus share current life happenings and provide updates on our future ministry in Angola assisting the CEML Hospital.

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Globe Trotting Geologist

The musings of a young geologist looking for adventure and living in Luanda.

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The Ilha: Luanda's nighlife blog

This blog is written by a team of expats in Luanda and intends to describe the best places to eat and go out in the capital city of Angola

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Life in Luanda

A weekly desciption of two international teachers experiences in Luanda since arriving in August 2008.

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A Hippo on the Lawn

Diary of an involuntary expat I first came to Africa in the early 90's, supposedly for one year; six months in Mozambique followed by six months in Angola and then home again. 14 years later, I am still here. I have gone where the jobs were, in mine clearance, security, the oil industry anything that would put bread on the table. I have a farm in southern Angola but work out of Luanda. I am 48 years old, have an 8 year old son, a longtime girlfriend half my age, three dogs, and a wife with whom I have not lived or really spoken to for nearly four years.

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The European Dream: Chelsea in London!

Chelsea has been living in London for just over a year now but she has been dreaming about this life since she was a little girl. Europe has always been Chelsea's place to be. Our American girl documents her life abroad on her blog The Portable Wife.