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my observations on the maximum city read more [Hits: 136 - Added: 29-12-10]http://www.bronwyngrace.wordpres...
Four Oklahoma natives travel from one Indian Territory to another...and record their adventures along the way. read more [Hits: 68 - Added: 18-09-11]http://blog.jl2t.com
A place to learn about cross-cultural lifestyles, etiquette, and communication strategies to live a better life anywhere you live in the world! read more [Hits: 27 - Added: 18-11-10]http://www.alaivani.com
Website for Authentic Journeys Cross-Cultural Coaching. I focus on coaching people though cultural adjustment between U.S.A. and India. Individualized... read more [Hits: 11 - Added: 02-04-11]http://authenticjourneys.blogspo...
Hello! As a British expat living in Mumbai, I would like to share my experiences with anyone who is interested. Be it friends and family back home in... read more [Hits: 32 - Added: 30-06-13]http://bombayjules.blogspot.in/
travel blog of my experience of living in Delhi and now Bengaluru read more [Hits: 21 - Added: 10-07-17]http://www.delhitales.com
Everyday life stories of a Canadian woman living in Bandra, Mumbai, India who also can be found traveling and working around Asia. read more [Hits: 25 - Added: 01-05-15]http://everydayasia.com/
Noprobleminindia.com is a blog for people interested in India's non-commercial issues, expat life, day-to-day intercultural family life, people who... read more [Hits: 21 - Added: 02-05-17]http://www.noprobleminindia.com/...
A digest of America Video Journalist Linda Blake's foray into foreign freelance work. read more [Hits: 73 - Added: 19-03-09]http://www.lblakemedia.com/blog....
Expat life in Goa; also living as an Indian housewife and being part of the family guesthouse; travel around India and the world read more [Hits: 9 - Added: 26-01-17]http://www.goangood.com
Growing up, when I pictured what paradise must be like, I pictured Hawaii. I always had it in my head one day that is where I'd have the perfect honeymoon. While it's part of the USA, Hawaii always se... read more
Posted on 24 April 2018 | 12:35 pm
Hippie In Heels
My blog was initially written for my friends and relatives during my Exchange program / Erasmus in India. More than 200 posts later, this blog provides a mix of advices, information, pictures and pers... read more
Posted on 18 April 2018 | 12:16 pm
In love with India...
As our little family has grown to four and the kids are starting to grow up (we’re currently have a 3yo and an 18month old in the house), a feeling that has been nagging at me is one of guilt. H... read more
Posted on 30 March 2018 | 10:58 am
Our Global Love
“I admire Americans because they can criticize each other’s work, but the next day still work together and go out to lunch together.” This was something an Indian executive excl... read more
Posted on 27 March 2018 | 7:55 pm
Authentic Journeys: Online Training for International Software Teams
The hard thing about having a “real” job rather than running my own business is that the variables beyond my control alone are simply much higher. Before I made this big change in October ... read more
Posted on 17 March 2018 | 3:15 am
I recently obtained my Irish citizenship through my maternal grandfather. It took over 2 years of hunting down birth certificates, marriage licenses and death certificates but it was well worth it. No... read more
Posted on 12 March 2018 | 2:51 pm
Sipping Chai in Chennai
Just because my daughter is hungry, it doesn't mean I'm not feeding her.
This morning we started with the middle of a piece of toast. The middle because she doesn't like crusts (which she calls "... read more
Posted on 8 March 2018 | 6:13 am
the Songs on the Way
Holy moses! I have been a very, very, very bad girl. I haven’t wished you a Happy New Year yet (and it’s March) and I haven’t written about what the heck is going on with... read more
Posted on 7 March 2018 | 2:25 pm
The weekend had started well...The 11-hour day train journey with BabySamourai had proved less tiring than expected, and we had even arrived half an hour early! (Since this is rare with Indian trains,... read more
Posted on 5 March 2018 | 7:00 am
Indian Samurai इंडियन सामुराई
In the quiet of winter night, you could see the snowflakes dancing in the yellow of dimmed street lights. The largest outdoor book market of Kyiv, Petrivka, was bustling. Frozen and lost amidst crowde... read more
Posted on 2 March 2018 | 4:54 am
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