Expat Magazine


  • An M&S Winter

    M&S Winter

    Watching Mother Nature drench our windows brings memories of mad Turkish weather flooding back. People who haven’t experienced it first-hand simply don’t believ... Read more

    The 18 January 2016 by   Jackscott
  • The Naked Truth on Nude Beaches in Sardinia, Italy

    Naked Truth Nude Beaches Sardinia, Italy

    Sardinia is a mecca for beach lovers, and with over 1849km of beautiful, pristine coastline it’s no wonder naked vacationers return year after year. Did you... Read more

    The 22 January 2016 by   Jenniferavventura
  • The Sindoor Tree

    Sindoor Tree

    On Sunday we left the city, drove into tiger inhabited jungle, got lost for a while, then found the botanical garden we were searching for. Read more

    The 07 January 2016 by   Englishwifeindianlife
  • Calling SOS: An Expat in China’s Worst Nightmare

    Calling SOS: Expat China’s Worst Nightmare

    “Ummm….you want her to do what, where?!” “On an A4 piece of paper, no less?!” The doctor’s office, Xi’an circa 2015.Ask any expat in Xi’an, what their worst fea... Read more

    The 07 January 2016 by   Mint Mocha Musings
  • Cost of Living in Thailand 2015

    Cost Living Thailand 2015

    What’s the cost of living in Thailand? It’s been way too long since we’ve done any sort of budget report so we put together a huge post that covers what the... Read more

    The 03 January 2016 by   Tielandtothailand
  • Unforgettable Things to Do in Koh Lanta

    Unforgettable Things Lanta

    Even though we’ve taken many trips to Krabi Province, it took us nearly three years to finally visit Koh Lanta. Big names in that area of the Andaman Sea... Read more

    The 21 January 2016 by   Tielandtothailand
  • Atana Musandam – a Short Escape to Nature.

    Atana Musandam Short Escape Nature.

    Two weeks before Christmas when everybody was prepping up for the holiday season, we took an escape to Oman to spend quality time before we got back to attendin... Read more

    The 14 January 2016 by   Tasneem Rajkotwala
  • How to Make a British Cup of Tea

    Make British

    Brits and Indians are famous for their love of tea, it’s something we have in common, but the taste of a cuppa and a chai are worlds apart. Read more

    The 21 January 2016 by   Englishwifeindianlife
  • Why I Don’t Drive a Motorbike in Thailand

    Don’t Drive Motorbike Thailand

    A recent evening out with new friends prompted a conversation about riding motorbikes in Thailand. Chris and I share a bike but he’s the driver and I always rid... Read more

    The 11 January 2016 by   Tielandtothailand
  • Where’s The Best Place To Live In Bangkok?

    Where’s Best Place Live Bangkok?

    Google+0Facebook0Twitter0Depending on who you ask, they will either tell you that Sukhumvit sucks or that it’s the best place to live in Bangkok.Depending on... Read more

    The 01 January 2016 by   Harvie


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