Featured blogs for expats

Featured Expat blogs


Are you considering moving abroad? Do you need information about living in another country? Or maybe you will like to read about the experiences of other expats.
Discover real life in your intended destination through blogs by expats. Read about their genuine expat experiences written by expat bloggers.
Discover the expat communities around the world through the friendly expat blogs listed below.

Featured Expat blogs

Featured Blogs

The Expat Hub.
Moving Pets Abroad, UK to Europe, America and Australia

Moving abroad is a stressful time for any family, not least if you have a pet or two as significant members of your clan. For those who can’t bear to part with their furry friends, this is a short guide on the easiest places to move pets abroad. This article is based on UK citizens wishing to become expatriates.
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Blog Expat
2015 Qyality of Living Rankings

Think you have it good? Mercer just put out its latest rankings for quality of life around the world. Find out which cities ranked highest (and lowest) for expats...
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Lost Laowai
Is being an “expat” an archaic badge of white supremacy?

An article by Mawuna Remarque Koutonin in the Guardian last Friday has been making the rounds. The piece asks, “why are white people expats when the rest of us are immigrants?” and concludes without much nuance that it’s white racial supremacy at work. I disagree, mostly.
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A Flamingo in Utrecht
Utrecht, The Hidden Gem
It seems that with the upcoming start of the Tour de France in July and Nijntje/Miffy celebrating her 60th birthday this year, Utrecht is starting to get a bit more international attention. The latest article to make the rounds is from the Washington Post, which calls Utrecht a hidden gem in Amsterdam’s shadow.
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Cheeseweb
Where to Live in Brussels, Belgium

If you’re new to expat life in Belgium, we tackle the most important question – Where to live in Brussels. Every week, we get many questions about visiting and living in Belgium. The one question we’re asked more than any other is “I’m moving to Brussels. Where should I live?”

This is also one of the toughest questions to answer, as it is completely subjective. While one person may love being in the heart of the action, another may crave peace and tranquillity.
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Expat Woman
7 Top Expat Networking Tips

You don't have to be a one of the Beatles to believe that you get by with a little help from your friends. I help you, you help me - that's how society works. 

Whether you are migrating to Madrid, expatriating to Jakarta or leaving for a short-term assignment to Buenos Aires, the process of settling-in and getting connected is one of the most important first steps that you will make. Do it well and your whole experience could be positive. Leave it off the priority list and you might find that your work life and personal life both start to suffer. 
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Ms. Adventures in Italy
Green Olive Tapenade Recipe from David Lebovitz’s My Paris Kitchen

In Part 2 of my love affair with David Lebovitz and his book My Paris Kitchen, is this green olive tapenade. Super simple, super forgiving, and it makes you look like a first-rate host when you have it sitting out for guests. There are still several entrées / appetizers in David’ My Paris Kitchen I need to try, but this one gets a big gold star.
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My Sea Story
Our weekend in Santo Domingo

We’ve had the dominican republic on our bucket list since we moved here, more than four years ago – there are so many Dominicans living on island, and hear so much about it, we were excited to finally visit..
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Discovering Puerto Rico
A Meal with a View: Asador Isla Bonita

Wow what a view…. Those were my thoughts when we arrived at Asador Isla Bonita restaurant near Aibonito. The restaurant offers expansive panoramic views of the mountain regions of Cayey, Cidra, Guayama and the Caribbean Ocean to the south from a vantage point 2700ft above sea level and very close to La Tetas de Cayey.
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Angry Ang Mo
The BellBrook brings Australia to Hong Kong

The Bellbrook has arrived in Hong Kong to serve the deprived local Ozzies their Barbie Meats and local Beers. The quirky restaurant headed by chef David Laris is worth a try. Here is my Review.
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