Jambú. Fruits, nannies and reflections on expat life.

Fruits, nannies and reflections on expat life.

"The expatriate experience, although rife with existential crises and constant second-guessing, is often the only way that certain people can find true happiness. Not everyone was born in the place they want to forever live and some were not even born in the same country. To know yourself, to know that deep down you must make the move is a serious but terrifically mature decision." Loneliness or Freedom: The Existential Conflict of the Modern Expatriate

"The expatriate experience, although rife with existential crises and constant second-guessing, is often the only way that certain people can find true happiness. Not everyone was born in the place they want to forever live and some were not even born in the same country. To know yourself, to know that deep down you must make the move is a serious but terrifically mature decision." Loneliness or Freedom: The Existential Conflict of the Modern Expatriate

No booze ok with you? Questions to ask before becoming an expat

Questions to ask before becoming an expat

What would it be like to live in Nepal? by Dave from thelongestwayhome.com

Thinking of moving to Nepal? Take a read of this extensive article on what is it like to live in Nepal? From expenses to culture, food & working there.

The Joy of Culture Shock via brendansadventures.com

No, the title of this article is not sarcastic. Culture shock is something nearly everyone deals with in travel.

Lessons From Travel: Reflections After Seven Years on the Road by @Barbara Acosta Weibel

Seven Years Later: Lessons from Travel

Lessons From Travel: Reflections After Seven Years on the Road by Acosta Weibel

A beautiful account of expat life on the remote island of Ukerewe, Tanzania. They’ve Never Heard of Cheese by Mark Weston

the small island of Ukerewe in the Tanzanian half of Lake Victoria

The day I lost my travel mojo by www.candaceroserardon.com via @outbounding

A little story about the day I lost my travel mojo – and how it taught me there will be times when we fall out of the rhythms and routines of our life.

Loneliness or Freedom: The Existential Conflict of the Modern Expatriate. All expats can relate to this brilliant essay!

Loneliness or Freedom: The Existential Conflict of the Modern Expatriate. All expats can relate to this brilliant essay!

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