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Canadian Expat Living in Thailand - Interview with Paul

Paul has dual Canadian/British nationality and has lived in Southeast Asia for the past 27 years. He currently lives in Thailand. Paul's career has been a mix of Information Technology and Motorsport Management. Paul's expat blog is called twitterings @ paulsr.net (see listing here) A typical Thai Riviera beach.Here's the interview with Paul... Where are you originally from? Walsall, U.K. In which country and city are you living now? Sichon, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand How long have you lived... Read on...
  • Dutch Expat Living in Norway - Interview with Inge3 days ago Since moving to Trondheim, Norway, Inge is absolutely smitten with Norwegian culture. Or maybe she already was... But now it has found its way onto her blog as well. Inge's expat blog is called Pure Cottongrass (see listing here) One of the lovely streets of...
  • British Expat Living in Spain - Interview with Maria2 weeks ago Maria is a thirty something freelance graphic & web designer. She was born in the Philippines but raised in England from the age of 10. Having had enough of the rat race and being fortunate enough to have the freedom to work from anywhere in the world, Maria and...
  • German Expat Living in China - Interview with Anna3 weeks ago Anna is a freelance illustrator and portrait artist in her late 20s, with a passion for Martial Arts and Chinese culture. She was born in Russia, grew up in Germany and studied in the UK. She is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and graduated with a masters degree in...
  • American Expat Living in Italy - Interview with Sophie4 weeks ago Sophie moved to Italy in the fall of 2011 when her professional-hockey-player-husband signed a contract with a team in Cortina d'Ampezzo, located in the beautiful Dolomites. Ever since, Sophie and her husband have split their time between Cortina and Steamboat...
  • American Expat Living in India - Interview with Neil2 months ago Neil moved to Chennai in January 2010. He read a lot of books and did a lot of research before coming to India, but nothing could have prepared him for what he experienced trying to start his own business and then working with a mid-sized family-owned Indian...

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Expats can easily obtain antibiotics in many countries

New data shows that Brits in some of the most popular Mediterranean countries to relocate to can get their hands on antibiotics without too many problems. Greece leads the way when it comes to dishing out prescriptions, with more than 39 daily antibiotic doses per 1,000 inhabitants per day, according to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC). Cyprus is next on 31, while Luxembourg, France and Belgium (all 28 doses per day per 1,000 inhabitants) complete the top five. Research from Public Health England... Read on...

Other Global News...

  • Aussie PM pleads with Indonesia to call off execution 6 Mar Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has urged Indonesia to call off the executions of Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan. The Australian nationals have been imprisoned in Indonesia for 10 years after being convicted of drug trafficking. The Southeast Asian...
  • Copenhagen high on quality of life for expats5 Mar Although Copenhagen is among the world’s most expensive cities, it also offers one of the highest qualities of life – if you can afford it of course. Not long after The Economist ranked it as the eight expensive city to live in in the world, it has been...
  • Dubai tops Mercer quality of life index for region5 Mar Mercer’s Quality of Living survey has ranked Dubai as the number one place to live in the Middle East and Africa – although it came in 74th in the overall list. It is the third successive year that the Emirate came out on top for the region, according to...
  • Costa Rica increases in popularity among retirees5 Mar More and more people are looking to emigrate to Costa Rica after retiring with factors such as low cost of living and beautiful surroundings proving major draws among expats. Four out of the top five destinations for retirement are in either South or Central...
  • Brits over 50 seeking more adventurous lifestyle abroad4 Mar A large number of Brits over the age of 50 are looking to travel for at least part of the year after regretting not doing so when they were younger. One in four UK citizens say they would like to live overseas for part of the year, particularly during the cold...
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