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The Greatest Expat Of All

We're often influenced by people from different walks of life. By men and women we respect, admire and look up to. This is the story of one such person. He was born to Raymond an... Read more

Expat Trouble: Barefoot Phone-less Paperblog Pick in Expat

Expat Trouble: Barefoot and Phone-less

Just one micro-second of inattention and you’re in trouble. One moment of not thinking and you manage to get yourself in a problem situation. Okay, that’s saying the same thing... Read more


  • French Girl in Seattle's Fall Fashion Post

    French Girl Seattle's Fall Fashion Post

    Note to readers: This is a fashion post. If you are averse to girlie talk about clothes/shoes/handbags/accessories, or if the sheer thought of shopping makes yo... Read more

    The 27 September 2012 by   Frenchgirlinseattle
  • Will a Felony Stop You from Moving Abroad?

    Will Felony Stop from Moving Abroad?

    Angkor Wat in Cambodia Photo Wikimedia Commons I've previously posted about a gentleman who wanted to move to South America, but had a felony on his record.... Read more

    The 17 September 2012 by   Ovid
  • Something To Drink? At Multnomah Falls

    Something Drink? Multnomah Falls

    This is the post in which I am going to expound the virtues of taking the time to find your camera charger and actually charging your camera before leaving for ... Read more

    The 23 September 2012 by   Adventuresinamyland
  • The Sit-Up Test: An Attempt To Prepare For AmeriCorps NCCC

    Sit-Up Test: Attempt Prepare AmeriCorps NCCC

    With AmeriCorps starting in just over a month month I figured I better get cracking on this whole physical fitness thing. Enter the sit-up test. Just you, your... Read more

    The 07 September 2012 by   Adventuresinamyland
  • Smoking in Korea

    Smoking Korea

    There are a few things I dislike about Korea but nothing irks me quite like smoking. I have always hated the habit right from a small child when my father... Read more

    The 23 September 2012 by   Smudger
  • Still Waters Run Deep

    Still Waters Deep

    Norwich’s river is called the Wensum. The name derives from the Old English adjective wandsum or wendsum, meaning ‘winding’. It’s aptly titled. Read more

    The 04 September 2012 by   Jackscott
  • The EU Blue Card in Spain

    Blue Card Spain

    Since Spain was apparently the first European country to implement the Blue Card, I probably should have mentioned it a long time ago. Read more

    The 07 September 2012 by   Ovid
  • When in Paris, Do Dessert as the Parisians Do...

    When Paris, Dessert Parisians Do...

    Asterix et Obelix: Deux Gaulois gourmands... Fact: Les Français sont gourmands. Gourmand(goor-mahnd:)noun1.a person who is fond of good eating, often... Read more

    The 12 September 2012 by   Frenchgirlinseattle
  • A Few Restaurant Rules in Paris

    Restaurant Rules Paris

    A lot of people will say it is silly to talk about restaurant rules in Paris, because of course you do not have to follow rules. And many of these don't apply t... Read more

    The 10 September 2012 by   Sedulia
  • Why I Love Elephant Dung!

    Love Elephant Dung!

    You might not believe it but it was elephants – or what comes out the back end of them – that first brought me to Uganda.Colleagues back in London laughed out... Read more

    The 14 September 2012 by   Diaryofamuzungu


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