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Join me as I travel the world taking lovely photos, trying new things and just having a world of fun. Hopefully I can get in contact with other expats... read more [Hits: 24 - Added: 09-05-14]http://rachelinireland.com
This blog was created for my friends and family to track my observations, progress, flailings, and other notations as I try to make my way in the city... read more [Hits: 125 - Added: 30-04-09]http://thinkofmeoften.blogspot.c...
Travel addict and chocoholic. American living in Dublin Ireland. Suffering from a lack of Taco Bell and Target. read more [Hits: 23 - Added: 13-02-14]http://travelmorgantravel.com
Ramblings of my journey from North Carolina to Ireland. The trials and tribulations of finding a job, selling my home and making the big move. read more [Hits: 20 - Added: 01-05-14]http://www.onetoireland.blogspot...
A journal of our transition from a small Midwestern American city to Dublin, Ireland. We post mostly about our travels, explorations, thoughts, and... read more [Hits: 12 - Added: 27-01-14]http://iowa2ireland.blogspot.com...
The ins and out of expat life in Dublin, Ireland. read more [Hits: 28 - Added: 10-11-14]http://thenewdubliner.wordpress....
From UK to Canada to Ireland - a Finnish serial migrant hopping from one adventure to another. The blog follows my spontaneous travels across the... read more [Hits: 21 - Added: 31-10-15]http://www.land-incognita.blogsp...
We created Wanderlust Marriage to share advice and humorous stories about living in 4 countries together and traveling frequently for both pleasure... read more [Hits: 20 - Added: 29-10-13]http://wanderlustmarriage.com
Hi! I'm living in the leprechaun capital of the world - Dublin. Trying to fit in here after some expat adventures in warmer countries, it's all a bit... read more [Hits: 59 - Added: 21-07-09]http://writeronthewayhome.blogsp...
The minute you know you MIGHT be moving to a new country you start researching online - distance between work and potential areas to live in relation to school/s, house availability/affordability, int... read more
Posted on 24 May 2018 | 12:42 pm
First, my deepest apologies for not writing sooner, and particularly for not writing in the lead up to my naturalization ceremony (originally postponed due to the hurricane, and ten rescheduled and ex... read more
Posted on 24 May 2018 | 10:28 am
An American in Dublin
Naxos is one of the best all around islands in Greece. Its main town of Naxos Chora features charming pedestrian-only laneways and has a picturesque harbor with breathtaking sunsets. The main town is ... read more
Posted on 29 November 2017 | 7:30 am
It's been ages since I've posted, and, at that, my reader list is presently set to private. I'm hopeful I can catch everyone up on our months-long roller coaster soon. With any luck, we'll... read more
Posted on 11 March 2017 | 4:56 pm
Desert to Dublin
The first time that I heard about a red velvet cake was in Bea’s birthday party. Searching for some red velvet recipes, I found that these cakes are known as […]
The post Red ... read more
Posted on 18 January 2016 | 1:35 pm
A place to call my own
Our “Guardian” Package of Services... read more
Posted on 15 November 2015 | 6:03 am
Life in Ireland
We've moved! It's official!Wow. What can I say? It's difficult, saying goodbye to the past and moving boldly into the future. After more than two years of loyalty to Blogger and its free, simple platf... read more
Posted on 12 August 2015 | 11:05 am
The Narcissistic Expat Diaries: From Iowa to Ireland
Shortly after I published my last post, I received a call from the Hyatt in Rochester, NY offering me the job that I had Skype interviewed for. I had only ever briefly seen this property in pers... read more
Posted on 16 June 2014 | 6:12 pm
The Journey of One, From America to Ireland
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