Tag: expat living

This post is sponsored by American Express. Relocating after long-term travel is tough! You arrive in a new city, possibly with only a suitcase full of possessions and you have to go through the torture of finding a place to Read more >
This is a guest post by Roy Kerr from Notes from the Road. Whether you are living in Japan or travelling through; teaching, learning, or a bit of both, there are some experiences that are so totally Japanese that you Read more >

Living in Chiang Mai

Living in Chiang Mai is popular for travel bloggers. Beautiful landscape, great night markets, delicious food and cheap travel and living Read more >
After a wonderful 6 year relationship with my now-fiancé, he broke some life-changing news. He wanted us to move to his home country, Israel, to continue his education and see his family. At first I was shocked and, quite frankly, Read more >
This is a guest post by Barbara from the Drop Out Diaries First and foremost, there wouldn’t be an “us” without slow travel. I met Darling Man after a year of living and working (and traveling) in Vietnam. I’d gone Read more >
Living in another country, away from family, can be a roller coaster ride of emotions. You obviously go through stages where you really miss your family, and then other moments when you’re glad to have that independent freedom to figure Read more >
Craig and I have lived in 5 countries around the world and now find ourselves living our expat life in Raleigh, North Carolina. We lived here in 2004-2006 and then decided to return back here 18 months ago. When I Read more >

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Using Pre-paid Travel Money Cards

My brother first told me about prepaid travel money cards a couple of years ago. He and his wife used a cash passport for their year long trip through South America and raved about how easy and convenient it was. Read more >