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Healthcare Paperblog Pick in Expat

97. Healthcare

I, like many similar to me, have a saying: “see, told you so.”  We think we know it all, we think we have worked it all out before the authorities and we think we know who Roy... Read more

Effort…. Paperblog Pick in Expat

A for Effort….

We live on the forty-something floor. A pretty normal residential address in Hong Kong, which is home to around 8000 skyscrapers (almost double that of New York. Read more


  • Paris: Île De La Cité and the Latin Quarter

    Paris: Cité Latin Quarter

    As usual, click on any picture to see a larger version. A friend has been visiting from the US and we went walking around Île de la Cité and the Latin... Read more

    The 19 October 2012 by   Ovid
  • The Power of Poo & Other Cross-cultural Conundrums

    Power Other Cross-cultural Conundrums

    When people find out that I *live* in China, they always want to know what it’s like. And from the way they ask and the expressions on their faces, I know they... Read more

    The 14 October 2012 by   Lostnchina
  • Shark Diving in South Africa: No Cage Required

    Shark Diving South Africa: Cage Required

    Shark diving in South Africa without a cage is not for the faint of heart.  But it offers an incredible chance to first hand observe one of the most... Read more

    The 30 October 2012 by   Monkeys And Mountains Adventure
  • Sightseeing in Barcelona – By Sidecar

    Sightseeing Barcelona Sidecar

    Riding in a sidecar is one of the most unique ways to go sightseeing in Barcelona, Spain. You cover a lot of sights in a short time period and it's fun! Read more

    The 29 October 2012 by   Monkeys And Mountains Adventure
  • Gran Canaria, Sex Emporium

    Gran Canaria, Emporium

    Eight hours after leaving Norwich, we turned the key on our digs at Playa Del Inglés. Aside from a few up-market hotels, Canarian apartments tend to be... Read more

    The 27 October 2012 by   Jackscott
  • 50 Reasons Why I Love Uganda

    Reasons Love Uganda

    As one of the shiny new fighter jets flies over my house, no doubt practising for this Tuesday’s independence day fly-past, I’m mulling over the week-end papers... Read more

    The 06 October 2012 by   Diaryofamuzungu
  • Move to the Cayman Islands?

    Move Cayman Islands?

    George Town, Cayman Islands Photo by Roger Wollstadt Update: I've had to delete and repost this to generate a new URL and kill some spambot which has been makin... Read more

    The 24 October 2012 by   Ovid
  • Love My Neighbourhood

    Love Neighbourhood

    If you read this blog often enough, you’ll know that I’m a big fan of Sydney's Northern Beaches. This short stretch of golden sand beaches and salt water lagoon... Read more

    The 02 October 2012 by   Russellvjward
  • Buying Citizenship in Europe (Latvia)

    Buying Citizenship Europe (Latvia)

    Kolotilovka, a Latvian SpaPhoto by Ricardo Liberato A bit of research will reveal that there are an astonishing large number of countries you can buy your way... Read more

    The 03 October 2012 by   Ovid
  • Ballade Gourmande (*)... Seattle's Best Pastry Shops

    Ballade Gourmande (*)... Seattle's Best Pastry Shops

    Fall has arrived with a vengeance. Wait, not fall. More like premature winter. Brrrrr... I have been drinking Fauchon tea almost daily, and this only happens... Read more

    The 24 October 2012 by   Frenchgirlinseattle


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