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17 Apr at 9 AM

Indian Expat Living in Saudi Arabia - Interview with Taher

Dr. Taher is a Paediatrician and Writer. He hails from Mumbai,India. He is a keen observer, a nature-lover, an amateur photographer, a birder, an amateur cook, and an avid net-surfer. He loves to make friends from all over the globe. He enjoys travelling, and a lot of the blog that he writes from Saudi Arabia features his solo travels over...
16 Apr at 9 AM

American Expats Living in Croatia - Interview with Ana & Frank

Ana and Frank are currently living in Croatia, after moving here from Tampa Florida in 2010. Their family is not only a blended family because this is a second marriage for both of them, but they are also a blend of cultures on a journey to make a better life for their family. Ana & Frank's expat blog is called Our Blended Marriage - American...
15 Apr at 9 AM

American Expat Living in Italy - Interview with Scott

Scott Bergstein and Jessica Coup walked away from their lives in corporate America to grow olives in Puglia, the "heel of the boot" that is the Italian peninsula, and to radically change their lifestyle. Their journey has been much more than a simple relocation or change of venue. It has, in fact, been transformative for the couple. Humor,...
14 Apr at 9 AM

US Expat Living in France - Interview with Margery

Margery is a single mother of three children, living in a rural part of the South of France for a year to experience a different culture and travel as much as possible while in Europe. She loves to cook, eat, adventure and share all of this with family and friends. This blog takes you on the year abroad with Margery and her gang. Margery's...
12 Apr at 9 AM

Indian Expat Living in South Africa - Interview with Namrata

Namrata is an Indian expat living in Johannesburg. Not too long ago, she decided to quit her cushy job with an investment management firm in India to follow her husband to the rainbow nation – South Africa, and became a 'trailing spouse.' Namrata's expat blog is called Mia Musings (see listing here) Me on top of the Table Mountain, cape...
11 Apr at 9 AM

American Expat Living in South Korea - Interview with Alison

Alison and her partner in crime, Kenny, are currently living in South Korea. They met while teaching at an elementary school back in the U.S. and took their love of education and traveling abroad. These days, you can generally find Alison exploring and hiking outdoors. She also loves to cook (it's been an interesting experience so far in...
10 Apr at 9 AM

American Expat Living in Japan - Interview with Robin

Robin's been on the move all of his life. Moving to Japan is just one of many stops around the planet. His travels and experiences are an important part of his writing. Robin's expat blog is called Tabinin (see listing here) Sunset in Kainan.Here's the interview with Robin... Where are you originally from? I've moved eighty-three times. I...
9 Apr at 9 AM

American Expat Living in Saudi Arabia - Interview with Beverly

This blogger is a 60 year old lady, who loves to travel and try new foods, and is the luckiest person in the world because she has a wonderful and interesting husband and two great grown children. When this opportunity came up to live in Saudi Arabia for 3 years, she said "Why not?". Hopefully, there will be many more big adventures in the...
8 Apr at 9 AM

American Expat Living in Japan - Interview with Alex

Alex is an American girl who had a dream of becoming a manga artist. She took the only logical route and saved up money teaching English, and spent it all on a 2 year manga school in Tokyo. She continues to draw manga and illustrations, continues to travel and try to eat good things, and also continues to be extremely poor. She works hard to...
7 Apr at 9 AM

American Expat Living in Bolivia - Interview with Raquel

The mastermind behind 3rdCultureChildren Blog is a Foreign Service spouse, mother of 3 third-culture children aged 8 and under, with an endless passion for discovering and learning new languages, cultures, traveling and photography. Before joining the foreign service lifestyle, her background in Science and research took her to understand...
6 Apr at 9 AM

Croatian Expat Living in UAE - Interview with Kristina

Kristina is the founder and editor of the My little notebook blog. My little notebook is where she shares ideas for everyday living and occasional entertaining, for the love of kids world, for the passion of photography and the art of travelling. Kristina used to work as PR and Training manager for Dior, she also worked as a freelance travel...
5 Apr at 9 AM

British Expat Living in Hong Kong - Interview with Kate

Kate is a freelance English writer and editor and mum to a very active toddler! Originally from the UK, Kate moved to Hong Kong, then Shanghai, then back to Hong Kong. She blogs, tweets and Instagrams about her life in the Fragrant Harbour. Kate's expat blog is called accidentaltaitai (see listing here) The Hong Kong skyline never gets...
4 Apr at 9 AM

Mexican Expat Living in Italy - Interview with Mar

Mar was a Mexican student traveling around Europe when she fell in love with Italy. She's been having a love-hate relationship with Italy for 13 years. And in the meantime, she's been traveling around the world enjoying good food, good wine and shopping. Mar's expat blog is called The traveling foodie (see listing here) my townHere's the...
3 Apr at 9 AM

US Expat Living in United Arab Emirates - Interview with Yvette

Yvette Ali, a work-from-home professional from the sunny U.S. Virgin Islands, now lives and studies in Dubai with her husband. She is a highly skilled CV writer with a knack for social media, blogging, research, and business consulting. Travel, cooking, and life experiences are her passion. Living in one of the most cosmopolitan and diverse...
2 Apr at 9 AM

Canadian Expat Living in Thailand - Interview with Steve

Steve LePoidevin was born into a totally English family in French Quebec and inherited an elegant French name that dates back over 500 years to a small town in France. He believes this is the explanation for his global psyche! Following a math/chemistry teaching career that spanned three countries (Canada, Scotland and China) and almost...
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