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Moving abroad – best ways to adjust to a new culture

February 7, 2020
Backpack and traveler sitting near rails

By Sally Norton   Moving abroad is thrilling, intriguing and overwhelming, but at the same time exhausting and just plain scary. Even though it can be one of the most exciting experiences of your life, the first few weeks in a new country can be very frustrating and challenging. During this time, you will go through culture shock, which you can’t avoid no matter how many books you read or how much research you do. The initial excitement and willingness…

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Places Worth to Visit: Carvoeiro, Portugal

February 3, 2020

For a Brit Expat, the Algarve is the best place to have a “scent” from home. Carvoeiro has always been one of my favourite places for more than a decade, to go and spend time with my family. Either for Holidays or for a quick weekend getaway, it is always a place to relax and be happy, to get some Sun and vitamin D, is a warmer place to go. The little town of Carvoeiro, or Praia do Carvoeiro (Carvoeiro…

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Top 5 Reasons Camping is Good for Your Kids

January 7, 2020

By Nancy Baker   Camping presents a great opportunity for kids to connect with the people they love and nature, as well as provide hours of enjoyment. It also comes with a range of incredible health benefits for both adults and kids. The physical and health benefits are all the more reasons you should spend a night under the stars with your kids more often. More than 9.2 million overnight stays in American national parks were recorded in 1998. Fifteen…

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Places Worth to Visit: Krakow, Poland

October 19, 2019

Kraków is the second-largest city in Poland. Near the border of the Czech Republic, is known for its well-preserved medieval core and Jewish quarter. This Mini-Guide can be used for a Weekend Guide for Krakow. With its old-world ambiance and charm, Krakow is one of the prettiest of Poland’s main cities, having escaped the worst of WWII bombing. The former Polish capital’s atmospheric Old Town and Kazimierz’s streets in the Jewish district are crammed with exciting galleries, cafes, pubs, and…

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How to Up Your Comfort Levels When Travelling

October 4, 2019

When it comes to travelling, we tend to focus only on the good sides. Who wants to remember a long security line at the airport when there are so many memories of meeting interesting people, taking in beautiful views, and all-around enjoying life?! However, while it should be the good moments that get most of the attention, it’s worth thinking about the less pleasant aspects, and seeing if we can improve them. Take comfort: relaxation should be an aspect of…

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A Practical Guide to Finding International Jobs

October 3, 2019
“We are hiring” add, representing a practical guide to finding international jobs

By Sally Norton Moving abroad for work has become very popular in the past decade. More and more people are leaving their homes in the pursuit of a perfect job and a steady and secure career. However, not everyone is successful. Those who fail have to go back home or look for an alternative. Whatever happens, they will spend a lot of money. With that in mind, the goal of this article is to present a practical guide to finding…

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Planning An Australian Road Trip

October 2, 2019

Australia is one of the best countries to visit if you’re looking for a great road trip. It’s such a vast nation with long stretches of road between towns and cities. It’s almost as if this country was made for road trips. Of course, with so many options and only a certain amount of time, you might be struggling to decide where to go. You could always take a road trip around the entire country, but that would probably take…

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Guide To Planning Your First Cruise Party

October 2, 2019

Planning a party can be extremely fun filled but at the same time it can also be a stressful and difficult process as you want to ensure that everything is perfect and that your guests have a great time. At present one of the most popular types of parties are cruise parties, as they often provide a very memorable occasion. If you are planning to book a cruise party then it is vital that you consider some key points beforehand…

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Is buying an apartment in NYC a good investment?

August 23, 2019

By Sally Norton   Moving to a new city always poses a question – should you rent or should you buy? Spending money on rent seems like ‘wasting money’, whereas investing in your own property comes as a great idea. However, not every apartment in every city makes a good investment. There are a number of factors that you should consider before making such an expensive purchase. Moving to New York seems like a great idea – it is an…

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