Expat files (the truth is out there)
Listed below are blogs in the Expat files category.
These are about the business of living abroad, and trying to eek out a meaningful existence in a country that isn't your own.
Blogs are presented in order of overall user ranking with the highest ranked first
A "blagueur" in french is a prankster or a joker. Le Meg tries to earn this title with each irreverant post about food, music and life in the city of lights. Le Meg works in health policy and lives on the northeast side of Paris. She ...
Written by Rachie, a VSO volunteer lost in the depths of urban Windhoek. When not busy saving the world, she likes to 'spend time wrestling leopards, or roasting antelopes on a spit in my back yard. Because that's what we do in Namibia.'
Lucy Pepper is an illustrator living and working just outside Lisbon, with her Portuguese partner, a grumpy historian, and their two small people. She started blogging three years ago, as Vitriolica Webb, so she could tell the ghastly and terrifying ...
Life of an aged Jane Eyre and equally aged Mr R in a wind-blasted Canarian farmhouse. Rockpool in the kitchen, chickens on the roam, he ever busy, she trying not to be. No problems ? apart from local politicians and the Spanish government . . .
Aggy is on an adventure in Johannesburg, working for an AIDS / HIV education charity for a year. She normally lives and works in Bristol, UK. The blog is about the funny and serious stuff that she encounters in mad, bad Joburg.
Still seeing like a traveller but living as an expat. I?m sure it?s what I wanted; so why?s it all so strange? Sweat soaked scrawls from an undisclosed African corner