Expat Magazine

Baby’s First Navratri Paperblog Pick in Expat

Baby’s First Navratri

Navratri celebrates sacred feminine energy, shakti, over nine divine nights. As it was baby’s first Navratri, I wanted to make it special. Read more

Secret Marriage Temple Paperblog Pick in Expat

Our Secret Marriage in a Temple

I remember so vividly sitting on the London underground on the first night I met my husband. I looked at him and thought ‘this is my husband’. Read more


  • Snowed in Sardinia

    Snowed Sardinia

    It’s hard to imagine Sardinia’s slopes, peaks and valleys covered heavily in snow, but it happened. It snowed in Sardinia! This past week in many parts of... Read more

    The 20 January 2017 by   Jenniferavventura
  • China’s Little Emperors – Victims of the One Child Policy?

    China’s Little Emperors Victims Child Policy?

    Written by Chao Huang Edited by Nicole WebbAn eight second video clip featuring a boy around ten kicking his mum five times because she wouldn’t let him play... Read more

    The 19 January 2017 by   Mint Mocha Musings
  • Joan Miró Exhibit @ Serralves, Porto

    Joan Miró Exhibit Serralves, Porto

    Two Sundays ago, we attended the popular Joan Miró exhibit “Materiality and Metamorphosis” at the Casa de Serralves on its last free day. Read more

    The 17 January 2017 by   Gail Aguiar
  • Chinese Tourism in Uganda – Opportunity Or Threat?

    Chinese Tourism Uganda Opportunity Threat?

    Chinese in Uganda: tourism opportunities and conservation threatsWelcome to Diary of a Muzungu! This week’s guest post is by Sandra Rwese, a brilliant Ugandan... Read more

    The 17 January 2017 by   Diaryofamuzungu
  • What Kyrgyzstan is Really Like: A 10-Year Old Tells All

    What Kyrgyzstan Really Like: 10-Year Tells

    Ever wondered what Kyrgyzstan is like? This Central Asian country remains a land of mystery for many travellers. Find out more about the landscape, architecture... Read more

    The 16 January 2017 by   Expatgermany
  • 2.5 Hours In Porto

    Hours Porto

    Miradouro da Vitória If you only have two and half hours to show your city to first-time visitors, what do you show them? It was a challenge, but the sun was... Read more

    The 15 January 2017 by   Gail Aguiar
  • My Life Abroad

    Life Abroad

    Since 2011, the people at Blog Expat have been shining a little light on expatland by interviewing bloggers from city to steppe, temperate to tropical. They’ve... Read more

    The 15 January 2017 by   Jackscott
  • Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Flan De Huevo (Creme Caramel)

    Instant Pressure Cooker Flan Huevo (Creme Caramel)

    I grew up with Flan de Huevo (the Spanish version of Creme caramel) as a basic dessert, a treat after lunch out, above all surrounded with whipped cream.... Read more

    The 13 January 2017 by   Feistytapas
  • Street Art @ LXFactory, Lisbon

    Street LXFactory, Lisbon

    The urban renewal project that is LXFactory, in Alcântara under the 25 de Abril Bridge, has been a growing hive of creativity for the better part of the last... Read more

    The 12 January 2017 by   Gail Aguiar
  • Nic's All-in-One Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Sausage and Apple Pot

    Nic's All-in-One Instant Pressure Cooker Sausage Apple

    Nic is a lovely member of the Feisty Tapas community. I've had the pleasure of having her in my home in 2014, of seeing her at the Quirky Cooking workshop near... Read more

    The 12 January 2017 by   Feistytapas