Monthly Archives: September 2016

How to Become a Budget Traveler

Everyone wants to create great memories from their travels - to some people great memories involve 5-star hotels, guided tours and Michelin restaurants. To...
St Stephen's Green Dublin

Top Things to Miss Now That Summer is Officially Over in Dublin

I was never the type of girl who will go packing to the nearest beach once summer arrives. In fact, I never really cared...

Moving as an Expat, What Are Your Firsts?

Hello Expat! So you're moving again!? As expats we tend to move a lot don't we? Most of the time to really far away and strange places! Do...

Tips to Have Fun in Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest is the best festival of beer in the world, yes, everybody knows that. What not everybody knows is how to get the most...

All National Parks to be Entrance-free as Canada Celebrates 150 Years of Independence.

Wildlife and nature lovers have some a great reason to look forward to a fabulous 2017 more than any other year before! It’s been...

Beautiful Bruny Island

If you've ever visited Australia, you know that country has no shortage of staggeringly gorgeous, jaw-dropping scenery readily available around every bend in the...

Living Abroad: How I Successfully Settled in Kenya

One of my long-held dreams was to experience life from a non-Ugandan perspective and to achieve this, I had to start with Kenya, our...
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Reminiscing: Melbourne’s September Spring and the Tesselaar Tulip Festival

Becoming an Expat definitely has its ups and downs. And to me, apart from getting sick, the biggest downside to that is spending special...
Tina's Life Lessons - Pulled Over by Mexican Federal Police

Tina’s Life Lessons – Pulled Over by Mexican Federal Police

In an ongoing series, our writer Tina reflects on her life lessons as an expat in Mexico. Here are lessons 1-3. Check out the...

The Best Bar in Laos

In May of 2012, I was 6 months pregnant and had just traveled 8 days (stopping in Istanbul and Bangkok) with my family all...