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A Scandinavian Sojourn was born when we first moved to Copenhagen with my husband's work. Looking for a way to keep family and friends updated at... read more [Hits: 77 - Added: 09-02-13]http://www.thesojournseries.com/...
This blog is about what happened when I tried to make life a little more interesting by moving to Europe after my studies. I had planned on a stint in... read more [Hits: 77 - Added: 24-03-12]http://www.abiglife.wordpress.co...
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"Inside the looking glass, the reality may not be hell, but it sure isn't heaven either. Hockey wives are wives and mothers like anyone else. But... read more [Hits: 108 - Added: 13-09-12]http://www.adayinthelifeofahocke...
I write about my life in Berlin and all the silly stuff I go through read more [Hits: 66 - Added: 19-08-12]http://www.amorequietplace.com/
Germany and Pakistan are two very different countries in terms of language, culture and even geography. I write about the experiences I have from... read more [Hits: 70 - Added: 24-03-15]https://mydeutschlandblog.wordpr...
Writing about the adventure of cooking and writing on the other side of the world. read more [Hits: 15 - Added: 25-08-14]http://atravellingcook.blogspot....
Having fun with the Germans. Cycling the flea markets of France & Germany. Walking & beachcombing the coast of Europe & rearranging... read more [Hits: 28 - Added: 04-10-12]http://breisach.wordpress.com/
Germans can be pretty serious people, but there are myriad funny things about how they live, work, and play. Here is a look at some of these... read more [Hits: 106 - Added: 12-03-13]http://allsinkscherman.blogspot....
Finding my way in a Bavarian wonderland... read more [Hits: 78 - Added: 26-01-11]http://munichami.blogspot.com/
When it comes Detroit bookstores, John K. King Used & Rare bookstores is the top bookstore in the city, if not America. With more than 1,000,000 books in stock, this place is must visit for biblio... read more
Posted on 21 April 2019 | 11:20 am
Precies een week geleden rende ik de Shape Women’s Half Marathon in New York. In plaats van een overzicht te plaatsen van mijn week, deel ik vandaag een 20 minuten durende vlog. Je ziet in deze ... read more
Posted on 21 April 2019 | 7:05 am
Mama Lifestyle Blog Frankfurt
I thought I'd share some updates on what I've been up to since March. St. Patrick's dayI knew I had to celebrate in some way even if only for a few hours! Some friends and I decided to go to one of th... read more
Posted on 19 April 2019 | 3:20 pm
Dubliner In Deutschland
My highlight for last weekend was visiting the Easter market in Brno, the second largest city in the Czech Republic. My husband used to live in Brno, so ever so often we go there so he can do some adm... read more
Posted on 18 April 2019 | 9:55 pm
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Looking for where to eat in Brooklyn? NYC's diverse borough is home to countless restaurants of just about ... read more
Posted on 18 April 2019 | 8:11 pm
Travels of Adam (Hipster Blog)
We’ve featured 10 Amazing Things to Do Around Düsseldorf For Your Bachelor Party before, and found it only fair to do a writeup on some of the coolest bachelorette party ideas too! Mind you... read more
Posted on 18 April 2019 | 7:00 am
Life in Duesseldorf
About 10 years ago the first escape games in Berlin were opened. In the meantime the capital of Germany offers over 30 officially registered escape games, missions and exit rooms. The different locati... read more
Posted on 18 April 2019 | 6:45 am
Season 2, Episode 13. Expats don't always stay expats forever. But what goes into the choice to leave international life behind and return to one's home country? We sit down with Aurora, a Mexica... read more
Posted on 18 April 2019 | 6:08 am
The Expat Cast
There are six main islands that comprise the state of Hawaii, and numerous smaller ones, some of which are even privately owned. You really can’t go wrong when traveling to Hawaii; each island i... read more
Posted on 17 April 2019 | 12:44 pm
No Ordinary Homestead
Pay toilets: like pay-to-play, but worse. Although peeing for free is a God-given right in ‘Muricah, you’ll find that’s not (usually) the case in Germany. Indeed, it’s not the ... read more
Posted on 15 April 2019 | 2:48 pm
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