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Sarah Audal

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Sarah is an IT Consultant by profession, a writer by heart, coffee addict, and a self-confessed foodie! Sarah left her home country in 2009 to work abroad and lived in three countries (so far!). Originally from the Philippines, Sarah traveled both for work and pleasure allowing her to learn different cultures, go sight-seeing, and more importantly - eat authentic local cuisine!
A couple of days prior our Seoul trip, I received a letter from the Ministry of Justice about my naturalization approval. I opened the letter to read the contents and can’t help but somewhat feel annoyed. I should be...
When my son turned three this year, we decided to start with his potty training at home. I knew that our Seoul trip will happen April this year so I intentionally left out the “potty training for outdoors” agenda....
I always view the Expat lifestyle as two-pronged. There are benefits and disadvantages. And, over the years that I lived this type of lifestyle, I have learned to accept that it is hard to have it all. That no...
I know. I may have written about a dozen weather-related articles here at ExpatPost. But what can I do? Weather is a BIG THING here in Ireland (no kidding!). Apart from the stunning landscapes featured on the countryside, the...
After a year of travel hiatus, we recently enjoyed a 2-week holiday in Seoul, South Korea! Apart from a much-awaited trip, I consider this as a “mini reunion”. My family (parents and siblings), as well as my sister-in-law, joined...
Spring marks the start of bank holiday season! Coming from a country where holidays originated from “an important person’s death” (as a colleague teased me) – it was weird for me to have a public holiday and call it...
Shortly after my arrival in Ireland in 2012, I temporarily relocated to London for a couple of months for work. Despite being in London originally for business, I can say that I loved my weekends there spent for pleasure!...
Singapore was my first Expat country. This is the country where I “awakened” my senses over the advantages being an Expat brings. And it definitely made me realize of the things my native country “unfortunately” lacks. Despite only staying for...
Let me ask my fellow Expats, especially those with native passports from third world countries, this question before I start. How many of you already changed your citizenships since becoming an Expat? And if my guess is correct, it...
I love Asian cuisine! And, I don’t think that it is only because of my Asian heritage that’s why I do. Ask any food enthusiast out there and it is likely you’ve heard of this word as the reason...