De la Franche-Comté à l'Allemagne: Berlin, la Bière et le Rock

23 December, 2013 09:47  Erin Erin

Berlin, la Biere et le Rock  Je suis Nat, je suis française d’origine, j’ai eu 30 ans cette année et j’habite depuis maintenant plus de 6 ans à Berlin en Allemagne.
1. Pourquoi êtes-vous partis à l'étranger ?
Bonne question! Après avoir grandi en Franche-Comté et après mes études supérieures en Alsace, il faut bien dire que j’en avais assez de l’Est de la France et que j’avais envie de voir un peu plus de paysages « exotiques ». C’est pourquoi je suis d’abord parti quelques mois dans le Sud de l’Espagne avant de venir m’installer à Berlin en 2007. Ok la capitale allemande est loin d’être sous les tropiques mais au final c’est la ville la plus à « l’ouest » (ohohoh jeu de mots) du pays.


From the USA to Bydgoszcz: Never a Dull Day in Poland

19 December, 2013 10:06  Erin Erin

Never a dull day in poland I have been married to a guy named Jim for the last 20 years who has moved us to 5 different countries in 9 different houses.

1. Why did you move abroad?
My husband retired from US Air Force and got a new job that brought us to here in December 2011.


From Poland to the Netherlands: European Mama

12 December, 2013 12:42  Erin Erin

European MamaMy name is Olga. I am Polish, my husband is German and we live in the Netherlands.

1. Why did you move abroad?
I followed my husband- but we weren’t married yet. We met in Germany, and I came back to Poland but then he went to Canada and I followed. He then came back to Germany and I followed. We now live in the Netherlands where he was offered a job.  


From the USA to Holland: Rachel's Ruminations

25 November, 2013 09:31  Erin Erin

Rachel's Ruminations Rachel Heller, from the US, living in Holland. (For any Dutch pedants reading this: yes, I know that the part of the Netherlands I live in is not part of either province that has “Holland” in its name, but, really, do you have to make an issue of it?)

1. Why did you move abroad?

Anyone who knows me knows that I have always been a completely unsentimental person. I can only explain it by saying it was an aberration: I just couldn’t imagine myself living anywhere my husband, Albert, wasn’t. He wanted to be back in Holland after four years in Africa and eight years in the US, so I went along. So it’s his fault!


De Barcelona a Holanda: La Zapatilla

18 November, 2013 09:36  Erin Erin

la zapatilla sonia Hola a tod@s, me llamo Sonia, soy de Barcelona y hace más de cuatro años que vivo en Holanda.

1. ¿Por qué se fue al extranjero?
Me encanta viajar y conocer otros países. Antes de mudarme a Holanda había vivido cinco meses en Irlanda trabajando de au pair, conocía muchos expatriados en Barcelona y pensé que era un buen momento para vivir la experiencia en mis propias carnes. Después de mucho pensarlo, me pareció que Ámsterdam era la ciudad ideal. Cosmopolita, a dos horas de vuelo, donde se puede trabajar hablando inglés y con la oportunidad añadida de conocer otro idioma y otra cultura.


From the USA to Slovakia: Robin's Great Adventure

11 November, 2013 09:10  Erin Erin

Pienza, Italy robin SlovakiaMy name is Robin and I’m from the USA and currently live in Piestany, Slovakia

1. Why did you move abroad?

I was in marketing for many years and needed a break, plus I love to travel and wanted to find a way to live and work abroad.  I decided to get my TEFL, TESOL teaching certification and am now teaching English in a private school and traveling around Europe.


From Dallas to Brussels: MontgomeryFest

31 October, 2013 10:47  Erin Erin

MontgomeryFest couple We are the Montgomery’s. I’m Annie and the saner half is Justin. We hopped from Dallas to Brussels in 2012, four months after we got married. Originally, I’m from South Louisiana and him from the Pacific Northwest, which explains any contrast reactions to life here in Belgium. Because it’s cold.

1. Why did you move abroad?
On our fourth date, we decided on it.  We got into the tough questions and realized that we both had a passion for seeing the world, so we made it our mission. We always had it as an eventual plan, but after we got engaged the next year, we started plotting. Justin’s work offered a tour, so, obviously. The plan was to just get out and there was an opening in Brussels. Done! (More)


From Britain to Shanghai to Hong Kong to Luxembourg: A Bit of Lux

21 October, 2013 08:50  Erin Erin

A bit of Lux sam Hi, I’m Sam and I’m a British expatriate living in Luxembourg since August 2012. I am married with two boys and we previously lived in Shanghai for two years and Hong Kong for five years. I write a personal blog

1. Why did you move abroad?
My boyfriend’s job took us to China (he’s now my husband).


From the USA to Ireland to France: Sara in Le Petit Village

17 October, 2013 09:14  Erin Erin

LaBourboule sara in le petit village Bonjour! My name is Sara Louise, I'm a New York/ Texas girl living in France by way of Ireland.

1. Why did you move abroad?
I first moved abroad to Dublin for adventure and a change of pace. After six years of living in the Fair City, I moved to a small village in Provence to be with my French husband who I had met in Dublin.



From Maryland to Norway: OSLOst in Space

07 October, 2013 09:58  Erin Erin

OSLOst in Space skiMy name is Anthony (@BoomerOSLO) and I’m from Maryland.  Currently, I live in sunny, Oslo, Norway.

1. Why did you move abroad?
I wanted to chase love, adventure, and lucrative opportunities across the sea… I’m happily married and working as a freelancer so, safe to say, I have the first two and definitely not the last one. Two out of three ain’t bad [/Meatloaf]



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