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Kirsty is an Australian writer and Blogger currently living in Qatar. After calling 7 countries home over the past 11 years she's embarrassed to admit... read more [Hits: 124 - Added: 05-04-11]http://shamozal.blogspot.com/
Single expat girl traveling the world from Doha, Qatar. I explore the cultures of countries through art, history, photography and food. read more [Hits: 42 - Added: 13-11-16]http://www.agirlandherpassport.c...
Our ‘little city’ is Doha, Qatar.
read more [Hits: 117 - Added: 16-04-13]http://littlecityblog.wordpress....
This blog is for anyone that has moved away from home whether it is across their home country or to the other side of the world. I hope I will inspire... read more [Hits: 62 - Added: 06-03-13]http://expatstateofmind.wordpres...
our little adventures in Doha read more [Hits: 61 - Added: 14-08-14]http://liveloveandlou.blogspot.c...
Interesting snippets out of our lives, from our travels around the country and world, to our day to day lives. read more [Hits: 41 - Added: 09-09-12]http://sdsjmcmanus.blogspot.com/
The blog of a Qatari/British guy who lived most of his life in Bahrain and then returned to Qatar, starting off life as an expat would and then... read more [Hits: 74 - Added: 07-07-13]http://blog.iloveqatar.net
A Filipino Couple’s Expat Life in Qatar and Beyond read more [Hits: 15 - Added: 18-07-14]http://ryeandcai.com/
We are newlyweds from the United States figuring out expat life in Doha, Qatar. read more [Hits: 66 - Added: 03-06-12]http://seewhatimeena.tumblr.com/
My blog is about conflicts inherent in being a trailing spouse, relocating a family, and living a relatively high class life in poor countries, mostly... read more [Hits: 64 - Added: 26-09-13]http://manyhomesmanymoves.blogsp...
When deciding where I was going to “live” for a month on the Greek island of Ios, I knew…
The post Kritikakis Village Hotel Ios, Greece appeared first on A Girl and Her Passport.... read more
Posted on 23 October 2017 | 1:00 pm
A Girl and Her Passport
October is a big month for our family, it begins with my son’s birthday and ends with my husband’s (which is usually completely overthrown by Halloween). Over the years it’s meant fo... read more
Posted on 8 October 2017 | 10:52 am
4 kids, 20 suitcases and a beagle
Cai’s company in the Philippines sent her to the US for training. It was a month long work of shadow training. Of course, a month of all work is not healthy so she and her colleagues spends thei... read more
Posted on 20 September 2017 | 9:20 am
Rye And Cai
A very late 2016 Update...
One of those years, where updating anything just feels like extra work. However, recently Jess has been reading all my past blog posts and her friends have followed suit ... read more
Posted on 7 July 2017 | 9:22 am
I’m trying to write about what it’s like a year into repatriation without giving advice on how to get here*. It wouldn't help to hear there will have been unexpected growth and grounding w... read more
Posted on 3 May 2017 | 11:27 pm
far flung home
“People like an ending.” – Kubo and the Two Strings I’ve thought, overthought, and then thought about it some more – and I’ve made my mind up. And just so no one ca... read more
Posted on 9 October 2016 | 4:37 pm
Bright Lights, Little City
het is al een hele tijd geleden dat wij nog eens een artikel op onze blog gepubliceerd hebben, niet dat er niks te beleven viel, maar al onze vrije... read more
Posted on 28 August 2016 | 7:08 am
Vertrek van Doha, Qatar naar Singapore
Hey there everyone, just a quick post. I know that a lot of people loved all the blog posts I used to make, but I just don’t have the time to do what I used to do anymore. I’m Snapchatting... read more
Posted on 27 April 2016 | 12:24 pm
Mr. Q – A Qatari's View
A Little Sailor branch has opened near our workplace and I'm giddy with joy. I've heard great reviews from their other branches. Even though we had a not-so-great experience at their Souq Waqif branch... read more
Posted on 16 March 2016 | 6:00 am
LIVE, LOVE & LOU
One our final day in Bali while Sonya was having a message, I decided to visit the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary again and enjoy it at a more relaxed pace. Monkey’s present some great ... read more
Posted on 14 December 2014 | 4:29 pm
Sonya and Travis
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