American Expats In Colombia
If you are looking to connect with American expats in Colombia, then this page brings together all the latest expat blogs Colombia written by American bloggers, any interviews, articles and news items we have here at ExpatsBlog.com.
Latest Blogs by American Expats Living in Colombia
- Chip Wiegand
I teach English to private students in Barranquilla, Colombia. It's not easy, but I love doing it! So, my blog, which I update at least once a month, is about my life in B'quilla.
- Understanding Intent
I'm Allison, and I think about life and purpose. I'm a finance and consulting professional looking to make a meaningful impact on the world. Currently, I think and write about life in Colombia.
- No Longer Native - an expat experience
No Longer Native is an expat blog from an American couple living in Bogotá, Colombia. It's a journal containing our travels, cultural musings and bits of everyday life. We also want this to be a resource for others facing the same change.
- Open Minded Traveler
Tales of a Wanderer in Colombia. I believe in helping to show the real Colombia behind the drugs, violence and stereotypes. I write stories about travel, expat life and reviews of restaurants, hotels and activities.
- Peace Corps Galore: Colombia
A 20 something negotiates the meaning of life through her thrilling and life changing Peace Corps experience. Using humor as an outlet, embarrassing and heart felt moments are shared side by side to convince people to simply live.
Latest Expat Interviews/ Articles
- American Expat Living in Colombia - Interview with Allison Voss
Allison Voss took off from her perceived glamorous life in San Francisco, working in investment banking, having lots of friends and a successful boyfriend, and so to say, "had it all", to move to...
- American Expat Living in Colombia - Interview with Danielle
Long story short, Danielle grew up in Oregon, spent five years in the U.S. Navy, met her husband and was married in San Diego, got a master's degree in library science and is now the 'accompanying...
- British Expat Living in Colombia - Interview with Naomi
Naomi has lived in Argentina, Mexico and most recently Bogota, Colombia (for reasons of the heart...). Adapting to life in Bogota has been one of her greatest challenges in life yet! Thus she has...
- American Expat Living in Colombia - Interview with Jeremy
Jeremy is a normal guy with a dry sense of humor, trying to sarcastically joke his way across the world. He has a passion for languages, cultural eccentricities, and food. After getting his...
- Expat Interview with Karen, US Expat Living in Colombia
Karen Attman is a U.S. expat who’s been living in South America since 1996 and is currently in Bogota, Colombia. As an expat writer, Karen chronicles her encounters with chefs and restaurant owners...
Latest News Relating to Colombia or Usa
- Brexpats in Spain protest group expands to thousands of members
Whilst politicians in the UK fight over the effects and even the legitimacy of the Brexit referendum, a protest group in Spain has expanded to include thousands of UK expats. Begun several months...
- Hong Kong expat exodus led by Americans and Brits
Hong Kong Immigration Department figures suggest the numbers of British, American and Australian expats has fallen considerably since the beginning of 2015. During the last six months, the total...
- American Citizens Abroad urges same country exception from FATCA
In a burst of common sense, the ACA organisation has urged the US Treasury to grant FATCA exemptions to US expats living in foreign countries. The plea, issued just before the final FATCA...
- UK expats in USA shock horror at Brexit disaster
Although Brits living and working across the pond are unlikely to be directly affected by Britain’s leaving the EU, they’re shocked and horrified at the result and the chaos that’s...
- Beating bureaucratic challenges as an expat in the USA
Expats heading for a new life in the USA face a good number of bureaucratic challenges, but taking advice from those who’ve gone before is the best way to deal with officialdom. The USA is one...