Monthly Archives: December 2016

Tina's Life Lessons: Stealing, Honey, and Safety in Mexico

Tina's Life Lessons: People Will Steal Anything Worth Anything

In an ongoing series, our writer Tina reflects on her life lessons as an expat in Mexico. Here are lessons 25 - 27. Check...
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My Personal New Year's Resolution as an Expat

It is almost 2017. Just a couple of days from now (literally) and we will soon welcome another year. 2016 has been mostly good...
The View From the Top of Amber Fort

Amber Fort in Jaipur, India is Amazing

We left at 5:00 AM on a foggy Saturday morning. Our driver, Pawan, was in good spirits as usual. Carlos, my colleague from Venezuela...

If it Doesn't Fit, Don't Buy it

So, here we are. Christmas is over and the new year is fast approaching. As I write this, I'm lying on my bed in...

My Visit to Kuala Lumpur

One of the absolutely best things about expat life is the chance to explore new countries. Not just your new host country, but also...

Let's Explore the Coastal Swahili Adventures in Kilifi County - Part Two...

Last week we had fun discovering the unmatched beauty hidden within Malindi and am certain that by now most of us have already included...
Tina's Life Lessons: Toddlers, Guanajuato, and Debit Cards

Tina's Life Lessons: Online Banking and Debit Cards in Mexico

In an ongoing series, our writer Tina reflects on her life lessons as an expat in Mexico. Here are lessons 22 - 24. Check...
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A Personal Story: Spending Christmas in Dublin

Spending Christmas away from home can be melodramatic. Especially if you came from a close-knit family or gotten used to big family events, being...

‘Twas the Holidays Abroad

Before moving abroad, I never really thought about how different cultures celebrated the holiday season. I assumed (wrongly so) that everyone celebrated with a...

The Kid Trotter, a Travel Show on Scooters

During the years I've been blogging I have come across some great Family Travel Blogs, some awesome Worldschooling Blogs, and also some really interesting...