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Keep up to date with the latest expat news from around the world.

The 8 Best Train Journey’s in the World

Many associate train travel with discomfort, heat and the weekly commute. However, when it comes to seeing the world by train, there is an old-fashioned appeal that cannot be matched by flying or driving. More often than not, you get to clap your eyes on some of the most hidden locations in the world from the comfort of your carriage. Kenya: Jambo Kenya Deluxe The Nairobi to Mombasa line is one of the earth’s greatest train journeys and the train many opt for ... Read more

What Happens to Your Life Insurance If You Move Abroad?

Each year thousands of British citizens move abroad. It would appear motivation to leave the country ranges from beginning a new career, retiring or simply in search of new adventures. According to the United Nations, over 5.5 million Brits now live overseas. Some of the most popular destinations in recent years have been, were Australia, the USA, Canada and Spain where over  33% of British expats live. When moving abroad to live or work there are many questions that need to be answered, ... Read more

Quiet Cities: Four Most Relaxing European Cities

Looking for a European city break but don’t want to be fighting for pavement space, queuing to get into restaurants, or squished against the window on public transport? It might seem impossible to find but, believe it or not, there are some quiet European cities where you can enjoy the beautiful museums, trendy shopping centres and scenic views without the hustle and bustle. Forget about London, Istanbul and Rome, book flights to one of these cities below. Ljubljana The often-overlooked capital of Slovenia has a ... Read more

What Do You Need to Volunteer Abroad?

Volunteering abroad is a fantastic way to integrate into the local community and meet new people including locals, other expats and international volunteers. At the same time, you’ll be doing something worthwhile, gaining new skills, enhancing your CV, contributing to your new place of residence and even learning the local language. Volunteering overseas gives you the opportunity to try something completely new or to build on existing skills, qualifications and experience in an area you’re interested in and passionate about. It also ... Read more

Sustainable Travel: How to Travel Responsibly Post-Pandemic

Let’s talk about 2020 (cue hesitant shudder). Last year, we were all forced to slow down; travel was restricted, we were advised to work from home and social activities were limited. Yes, this was largely discouraging but while we were all selfishly thinking about how the pandemic was affecting our social lives, we forgot about how valuable this interruption might be for the environment. With travel constraints on an international scale, this significant slowdown of social and economic activities has seen air quality ... Read more

The Pros and Cons of Being an Expat in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Moving abroad is an exciting concept and there are so many reasons to consider taking the step to live in a new country. However, there are many things to consider, including finances, accommodation, healthcare, safety and more. Before making the life-changing move it’s important to weigh up the pros and cons to ensure you will benefit from moving abroad. If you’re debating moving to Saudi Arabia here are some things you might want to consider. The capital, Riyadh is a thriving economic hub ... Read more

A Guide to Understanding Australian Slang

English is one of the most widely used and understood languages in the world. However, each country that has English as main tongue tends to have its own lingo that many people can find confusing. Whilst Australia has no official language, English has become the de facto national language since European settlers touched the Land Down Under many years ago. Many expats and travellers have noted that there are some peculiar phrases and words that are spoken by Aussies. If you’re planning ... Read more

6 Netflix Travel Documentaries You Must Watch

Depending on where you live in the world it is likely that the pandemic has dampened your wanderlust. For those who are itching to jet away on adventures, it could be time to take your adventures online and live vicariously through some incredible Netflix travel documentaries. From captivating voyages to the outright peculiar, our list of documentaries below will certainly transport you overseas without you even leaving your home. Expedition Happiness Join a young German couple as they convert a school bus into ... Read more

7 Tips for Eco Travel in a Tiny Home

When it comes to our homes, some will say the bigger the better. Still, more expats and travellers are turning towards eco-friendly and minimalist living. The trend is slowly progressing East from America. As we become more conscious of sustainability and the climate, tiny home living is a rewarding and effective way to contribute. Most people are starting to make environmentally-conscious changes, like not buying clothes from fast-fashion retailers. Even so, this does not reduce your environmental footprint much. Living in a ... Read more

How Can I Volunteer and Fundraise in Australia?

When you move to Australia, it is highly rewarding to volunteer and fundraise. You will meet and befriend a team of inspiring people to work towards an important goal. This gives you great satisfaction and purpose. With covid-19 restricting travel, more and more charities rely on international support to keep going. There are now few coronavirus cases in Australia, so life is starting to resume and charities are beginning to recruit for new volunteers. With the Australian bushfires devastating land more than ... Read more
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