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The Best Countries in Europe for Active Expats

 If lazing around on the beach, basking in the sun while you’re served cocktails doesn’t sound like heaven to you, then it’s okay, we can forgive you. If you’re more of an active expat there are plenty of destinations that will fulfil your desire for activity. If you’re moving to a new country, we understand you want to get the most out of your new home, so we have compiled a list of some of the best countries in Europe for you ... Read more

How Much Does It Cost to Live in Russia?

Despite being known for its glitz and glam, the cost of living in Russia isn’t as extravagant as you might think. Living in the country is very affordable and most live comfortably even in the major cities. Even though the cost of living in the Eastern European country has increased over the last few years it remains low in comparison to other countries. Don’t get us wrong, if you want to live the high life then things get more expensive but on ... Read more

What Are the Best Job Industries for Expats to Get Into?

If you’re thinking about moving abroad one of the things that could be holding you back or playing on your mind is what you’re going to do for work. Not speaking the language where you’d like to live and work or just not knowing where to start when it comes to looking for jobs abroad can be daunting but don’t let it put you off. There are plenty of jobs abroad for English speakers and you’re sure to find an amazing opportunity in ... Read more

Bizarre Christmas Traditions from Around the World

Christmas is a holiday that is embraced all around the world and although it started as a Christian celebration it’s now a festive season that is celebrated by all. Santa Claus, snowmen and presents under the tree are still very prominent wherever you are but alongside these traditional celebrations, if you dig a little deeper, you’ll discover some very different Christmas traditions that take place around the world. Here are some of the most bizarre Christmas traditions from around the world. KFC for Christmas ... Read more

10 Foods You Should Avoid Overseas

One of the most exciting things about travelling to a new country is the opportunity to try new foods. Venturing out to restaurants and sampling the local cuisine is all part of the fun, right? Although these foodie adventures seem relatively innocent, they can soon turn adverse if you eat something dodgy. This isn’t to say you can’t enjoy yourself while away but it’s important to get the balance right between sampling local delicacies and treating your belly well. After all, no ... Read more

Expat population increases in Oman as it’s named world’s safest country for expats

Oman is the oldest independent state in the Arab world and is famous for its capital’s dazzling souks and incredible seafood. The country is an otherworldly terrain and a breath of fresh, sea air. Back in June, the expat population in Oman saw the biggest decrease in years due to the government putting a ban on new visas for all administrative and clerical positions in the private sector in addition to several other job categories. But the decline didn’t last for long. ... Read more

How to Apply for Canadian Citizenship

Canada is a spectacular mix of imposing mountains, undisturbed lakes, vibrant cities and delicious maple syrup. It also has a strong employment market, high-quality healthcare system, excellent education and a low crime rate. There’s no surprise that so many people want to move to the beloved country. However, becoming a Canadian citizen isn’t easy. You first need to go through several steps like learning about the Canadian history, values, institutions and symbols of the country, before you can officially call the country ... Read more

British Expats: How to Vote in The Next General Election

In an attempt to break the Brexit deadlock, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has called a general election. Voters will cast their ballots on the 12th December after MP’s supported a pre-Christmas election. If you’re a British National living as an expatriate in the European Union, you are probably wondering if you can vote in the general election which will be held on December 12th. The answer is yes. All Brits living in the EU can register to vote. Here’s how you can ... Read more

Nightmarish Expat Destinations from Around the World

Are you thinking of moving abroad? Being an expat is an exciting prospect as it gives you the opportunity to explore a new environment, new culture and start a new chapter. However, being an expat isn’t always as rosy as it seems. Expats need to be careful as things are not always as they seem in some places and living and working in these countries can be a bit of a nightmare. Although there are a plethora of countries that should be on ... Read more

Countries Around the World Being Ruined by Tourism

Travelling has become easier than ever thanks to the internet, more affordable journeys and shorter travel times and there’s no doubt that we’ve taken full advantage of this. There are many benefits to travelling; it not only enriches the mind and opens your eyes to other cultures but it’s also known to relieve stress and boost mental health. However, what comes as a blessing to us, comes as a detriment to some of the world’s most amazing spectacles. With the significant increase in ... Read more
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