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I post at least weekly on topics concerning Japan as I experience it. [Hits: 19 - Added: 15-02-09]http://togeii.wordpress.com
A place to share and discuss lifestyle Observations that journal the experience of learning what living in the U.S. entails, including news, activism, food and... [Hits: 6 - Added: 04-04-18]https://transatlanticnotes.wordpress.com/
Older than average, stay at home mom with 2 young daughters who are growing up as real global citizens. [Hits: 11 - Added: 09-07-13]http://transitionkitchen.blogspot.com/
Travel stories from around the world. As a 20-something, I try to find "hipster" or interesting/unique things to share about the places I've travelled... [Hits: 30 - Added: 05-10-11]http://travelsofadam.com
I'm trying to discover what São Paulo is about besides its sheer immensity and obscene amount of malls. [Hits: 40 - Added: 17-09-14]http://tropicalsmog.wordpress.com/
I started this blog to chart our adventures in love, family, visa applications and the two countries famously divided by a common language.
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My blog is about...a little of everything. My own experiences, news, opinions, life in Shenzhen, whatever I want to talk about really. [Hits: 36 - Added: 03-01-13]http://www.twoamericansinchina.com/
A dressage rider and journalist living her horse dream in Portugal :) [Hits: 44 - Added: 21-02-13]http://warneyswhip.com
We'll Always have Casablanca describes the daily struggles and successes of expat life in Morocco. It especially focuses on culture, language, and religion. [Hits: 94 - Added: 09-11-13]http://eleanordorothy.wordpress.com/
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