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Moving Abroad

Why is Oman the Safest Country for Expats

Oman is the oldest independent state in the Arab world and it’s regarded as one of the more traditional countries in the Gulf region. The country is home to a range of marvelous natural wonders and architectural beauty. This country covered with stunning Mosques and museums but it also boasts incredible beaches and desert regions with plentiful wildlife and dunes. This isn’t all this country is known for, last year Oman was ranked as the world’s safest country for expats to live and ... Read more

Why Expats and Remote Workers Should Consider Working From a Hotel

Most of us haven’t had a choice but to work from home in recent months due to the COVID-19 pandemic but with a lack of structure, kids pining for attention and no dedicated workspace, it’s taking its toll on some. If you’re struggling with the work from home life, there’s another option, let us introduce you to, working from a hotel. Why work from a hotel? Working from a hotel means you can escape the hustle and bustle of family life at home and ... Read more

Should You Buy Or Rent When Moving Abroad?

One of the main concerns of people seeking greener pastures elsewhere besides the country and city to live in is the apartment they will stay in. All the excitement and joy of moving abroad could be quenched if you cannot find a place to put up while you work or school there. One question people ask themselves before relocating to their new country of residence is, "should I rent a house or buy one?" Which is a better option? Before concluding on ... Read more

The Ups And Downs Of Expatriate Life In Singapore

Relocating to a new city or country is one decision you cannot take lightly. Usually, people assume that life abroad would be more comfortable than what they currently have. Sometimes it turns out the grass isn't always greener on the other side. There are so many things to consider, from finances and accommodation to family, education, health care, and many more. This may be true when moving to Singapore too. Singapore, also well-known as the lion city, is located in Southeast Asia. ... Read more

Everything You Need To Know About Backpacking In South Africa

South Africa is an exciting country that offers tourists a wide range of adventures and attractions. It’s a fantastic travel destination with lots of national parks and wildlife experiences, safaris, mountains, beautiful cities, delicious food, rich cultural history, and friendly people. But before travelling to this fabulous country, ensure that you effectively plan your travel days. How long do you intend to stay in SA? The best way to explore South Africa is while travelling light. If you plan to spend a ... Read more

A Guide To The Lesser Known Indonesian Islands

Indonesia, home of beautiful islands! As the world’s largest archipelago, this country has over 17000 Islands, each having unique and astounding features, from the urban jungles to sand beaches. Indeed, a sight you don’t want to miss. Bali seems to the most popular of these islands and is known for its rice paddies, coral reefs, meditation retreat, beaches, yoga, and its volcanic mountains. Besides this well-known island, there are several others that are equally breathtaking. So when next you plan a vacation ... Read more

Does Moving Abroad Mean I Escape My Student Loan?

There are a lot of opportunities that moving abroad presents to you but travelling abroad to evade paying back your student loan is not a good idea. A lot of students think this is a better option to paying off their student loan debt which they may still be paying even in their fifties if there are no better opportunities. While some students hop on a plane the minute they graduate from college, they really don’t escape paying their student loans and ... Read more

5 Cities With The Best Expat Communities

Moving abroad can be extremely daunting, leaving your home, family, friends and colleagues to start a new life in a different country can be difficult in many ways. But what makes the process more bearable for many is the thriving expat communities in cities across the world. Knowing that the city you’re moving to has a flourishing expat community can make all of the difference. It provides you with the reassurance that you will have a community to lean on when settling into ... Read more

Why You Should Study Abroad in Canada

Canada is a beautiful location to travel to, with a long coastline, amazing cities, wonderful wilderness and diverse culture, it is a wonderous destination to travel, live and study in. The exploring opportunities in Canada are endless, with experiences on the ski slopes to the beautiful countryside, Canada is a must-see location. Not only is it beautiful but it's one of the most popular countries for international students, it is home to some of the world’s best universities and with that, if ... Read more

Why Should All Expats in Switzerland Own a Bike?

It’s common knowledge that in the Netherlands and Denmark cycling is a popular recreational and commuting activity. In fact, 62% of citizens in Copenhagen commute to work, school or university by bicycle and in the Netherlands, there are over 22.5 million bicycles making their average bicycles per capita the highest of any country in the world. What people don’t know is that cycling is also a way of life in Switzerland and the country is a great place to cycle. Over 69% ... Read more
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