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From the USA to Hungary: The Great Escape From the USA to Hungary: The Great Escape

Erin Erin  Date 28 July, 2014 09:15

Great Escape Hello, my name is Jennifer. Most people call me Jen, a few call me Jennifer, and only a handful are allowed to call me Jenny. The newest addition to the mix is “Miss Jennifer.” I am from the United States – I was born in North Carolina, but was raised in Georgia. I currently live in Budapest, Hungary.

1. Why did you move abroad?

Ever since I was little, I have equated Europe with happiness. I am not an emotional person, but the one thing I would always cry about (with the exception of Sarah McLachlan dog videos) is thinking I would never have the chance to move abroad. I finally stopped crying and made my dreams come true. Traveling is a hunger I shall never satisfy.


From England to Dubai: Footsteps of a Wanderer From England to Dubai: Footsteps of a Wanderer

Erin Erin  Date 21 July, 2014 09:38

Footsteps of a WandererSam is a PR and social media consultant from England, who moved to Dubai on her own in January 2006, promising her family it would only be for two years. Over the many years that followed she has been busy sharing the less well known parts of the UAE - across deserts, mountains, beaches and even underwater - on her blog 'Footsteps of a Wanderer', along with a lot of other useful travel advice.

1. Why did you move abroad?
My dad had been living in Abu Dhabi and I came for a visit and saw a lot of potential. Things were tough in the UK and I had no ties, so I contacted a few PR agencies when I arrived and as an experienced PR and events person with native English, I was in high demand - I came back from the two week holiday with two offer letters and handed in my notice!


From the USA to Mexico: Escaping Abroad From the USA to Mexico: Escaping Abroad

Erin Erin  Date 14 July, 2014 09:54

Escaping Abroad I’m James and I’m leaving the ‘American dream’ in my rear view to set out and explore the world we all live on but rarely see much of! I share my love for new travel adventures, scuba diving, wildlife encounters and discovering new cultures with blog posts, photos and videos at

1. Why did you move abroad?
Since before I can remember I always wanted to explore other cultures and travel to far away places. But after college I found myself sitting in an office all day working. I was caught up in the materialism that surrounds us and couldn't afford to do the things I really wanted. So I gave it all up and left to seek a different lifestyle.


From Greece to Germany to Belgium: Little Cathy-ki Goes to Germany From Greece to Germany to Belgium: Little Cathy-ki Goes to Germany

Erin Erin  Date 07 July, 2014 09:13

Little Cathy-ki goes to germany I sign my blog as Cathy Adoris and I am Greek. At the time I started the blog, I had just moved to Germany and as I am giving this interview I have been living in Belgium for 10 months already.

1. Why did you move abroad?
The decision to move to Germany came when I decided I wanted to pursue a master’s degree, after feeling stuck in my job. I had been searching and spontaneously applied to a few universities, but when this admission letter arrived, I knew it was packing time.


From the USA to Kuwait: American Girl's World From the USA to Kuwait: American Girl's World

Erin Erin  Date 30 June, 2014 10:22

American Girl's World kuwait Hi there! My name is Diane and I’m from central North Carolina in the U.S.A. I lived in Kuwait for a bit more than 10 years, married a local, and we moved back to my hometown in North Carolina last year. We continue to maintain our home in Kuwait and travel back and forth several times a year so I guess it’s safe to say we live in both countries now.

1. Why did you move abroad?
I had completed my education and found myself seeking something challenging beyond the typical 9-5 workday.


From Romania to the Netherlands: Amsterdamming From Romania to the Netherlands: Amsterdamming

Erin Erin  Date 23 June, 2014 13:43

amsterdamming My name is Andra and I am from Bucharest, Romania. I moved to Amsterdam in Summer 2010 and have been living here ever since. Amsterdam is giving me peace of mind, inspiration and the impulse to photograph and share the way I see it. You may find my personal interpretation of this beautiful city on my blog, Amsterdamming.

1. Why did you move abroad?
I live in the Netherlands by pure chance. Before moving here, I had never imagined I would call this country home one day and I hardly knew anything about it apart from some clichés. What brought me to Amsterdam was a series of separate events which eventually came together - just like the pieces of a puzzle - to create the “picture” I am currently living in.  (More)


From New Zealand to England and back again:  Sandysviews From New Zealand to England and back again: Sandysviews

Erin Erin  Date 16 June, 2014 10:39

Sandysviews I'm Sandy of Sandysviews blog. Sandy isn't a girls name, Sandi is a girls name. Sandy is the Scottish abbreviation of Alexander which is my real name, but everyone calls me Sandy. I'm a New Zealander who spent 22 years in England.

1. Why did you move abroad?
I was going to go travelling when I left the army, but I didn't. Instead I waited until I should have been settling down and buying a house. I went abroad because I felt like I'd made a mess of everything in New Zealand. I ran away to see what I could make out of a life overseas.


From Peru to Thailand to Brazil to Indonesia: Trendsparadise From Peru to Thailand to Brazil to Indonesia: Trendsparadise

Erin Erin  Date 09 June, 2014 08:54

This talented blogger presented his interview in both English & Spanish! Read his English interview first, with the Spanish interview below.

trendsparadise Hello everyone!! My name is Carlos Pastor, Charlie for my friends and a 37 Peruvian guy. I am an expat since 2007, a part in Thailand, another part in Rio de Janeiro, and now I am living full time in Bali, Indonesia.

1. Why did you move abroad?
Let's say that Love is a powerful force to move.



From Germany to China: Selly's World From Germany to China: Selly's World

Erin Erin  Date 02 June, 2014 09:07

selly's little world My name is Sarah but apart from my students everyone calls me Selly. You can also call me 韩香萍 (Han Xiangping), that's my Chinese name. I'm originally from Germany but can currently be found in Wuhan, China.

1. Why did you move abroad?

Many reasons, some of them rather complicated. I moved for love, the delicious food, the language, the scenery, the chance to follow my dream and do something I truly enjoy doing, which is teaching English.


From Chicago to Germany: Courtney the Ami From Chicago to Germany: Courtney the Ami

Erin Erin  Date 26 May, 2014 10:18

Courtney the Ami My name is Courtney, and I am an American from Chicago that has been living in Germany for about a year now.

1. Why did you move abroad?
After always wanting to study abroad, I finally found the opportunity to during my senior year of college. Since I had been studying German for 5 years, Germany was my country of choice. When my semester abroad came to an end, however, all I could think about was going back. So about one year after graduation, that is just what I did.


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