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Davidson Family Adventures

In 2011, our family, Mom, Dad and 6 children (ages 4 to 18) left our comfy, stable life in Houston, TX and moved to Lagos, Nigeria. There are many posts about our experiences in Lagos, exploring parts of Nigeria and the places we have visited outside of Nigeria.

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Aheh

Blog about the experience of a first time expat. Stay home dad trying his best to fit in and function.

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Life according to Ugo

I'm a Nigerian who's spent the last 11 years in Small-town, USA loving Jesus and his people. Now for the next few years, I will be heading back to Lagos, where I grew up with my lovely wife and I will try to chronicle that experience.

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The Stephans In Naija

Experienced Singapore, Saudi Arabia, a little bit of Dubai. Now, follow our family's adventure in Africa.

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Lea in Nigeria

Living and working in Kwara State with my wife, we are on a 2 year placement which throws up challenges on a daily basis.

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NJ to Nigeria

A humorous look at life as our family of 5 moves from suburban New Jersey to Lagos, Nigeria.

Betta Dey for Okra Soup

A quite deep, funny, informative blog on life here in Nigeria. I like to focus of personal experience and how it ties in to the bigger picture that nearly all expats experience.

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Vivir en lagos Nigeria

Living a new life in Nigeria developing an entertainment centre called GET Arena

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We Found Happiness

Our family moved to Lagos, Nigeria in July 2009. It is a compilation of ramblings about expat life, kids and everything else in between.

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Cicely in Nigeria

A blog written by a VSO volunteer based in Kafanchan, 3 hours from Abuja, for 2 years

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Kids' Doc in Jos

Mike Blyth, an American pediatrician living and working in Jos, Nigeria. Personal, family and professional reflections.

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Der Pathologe

Having left Qatar after two and a half years my new assignment led me back to Nigeria where I already spent two years in the past.

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“Do it! You’ll regret not going or wish you had gone sooner.”

Today, Maya, an LA girl, is living with her husband in Singapore and expecting her first child. But Maya has not always had a companion on her Expat adventures. Indeed, a few years ago, right after college, young Maya left the US to teach in the Philippines, satisfying an urge to live abroad she’s always had. In an interview to Expat.com, Maya tells us all about her expat adventures and her blog Maya the Explorer.

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