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Coronavirus in China: Travel Advice

A new coronavirus has recently emerged in China that is believed to have originated in a Wuhan seafood market. At least 830 cases have been reported and China is stepping up its efforts to try and tackle the virus which is a concern as millions of people travel for the Lunar New Year celebrations this weekend. There haven’t yet been any special recommendations to change travel plans issued by the World Health Organisation (WHO) or the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, but the ... Read more

How Will Summer Holidays in Europe be Affected After Brexit?

There’s still a huge amount of uncertainty surrounding the UK’s impending exit from the EU on the 31st January 2020. One of the main questions still being asked is: how will it impact holidaymakers this summer? The ABTA, the UK travel trade association for tour operators and travel agents, has recently issued some guidance for British tourists on what they should expect post-Brexit. How will it affect UK travellers? If the UK does leave the EU on the 31st January, the country will enter ... Read more

The Cheapest Expat Locations for 2020

It’s about time you lived your dream. Quit your job, move abroad and enjoy life in a country where it costs so little to live that you might not even need to work at all. If you’re thinking of making 2020 the year that you take the plunge and relocate to a different country, then our guide to the cheapest places to live around the globe might help you make your decision on where to go. Portugal Portugal is way out in front as ... Read more

Everything You Need to Know About Visiting Goa

The beautiful state of Goa is situated in western India with a long coastline that stretches along the Arabian Sea. It’s often referred to as the Indian sunshine state and if you’re looking to explore gorgeous beaches, tropical spice plantations and preserved 17th-century churches then Goa is your ideal destination. This pocket-sized paradise gives you the perfect glimpse of the blend between Portuguese and Indian culture and it’s a place that no travel enthusiast should miss. If Goa, is on your list there ... Read more

Could Belize Be the Next Place You Travel To?

Ever considered visiting Belize? If you haven’t, it’s about time you did. This country on the eastern coast of Central America has Caribbean Sea lapping at its shores and boasts hundreds of low-lying islands which host spectacular marine life. If you’re the type of person that likes going off the beaten track to experience a unique adventure, then we can’t think of any reason why you shouldn’t venture to Belize. If we haven’t already convinced you, here are a few more reasons ... Read more

How to Apply for French Citizenship?

France is a spectacular mix of medieval cities, alpine villages, Mediterranean beaches and classical art museums making it easy to fall in love with the country and everything it has to offer. Not only that but it also has the world’s number one healthcare service according to the World Health Organisation so there’s no surprise that there are so many expats residing in the country of croissants. If you’ve fallen in love with this European country and want to live in France ... Read more

8 African Cultural Values You Need to Know Before You Travel

When travelling and visiting new countries it’s important that you take time to learn and understand their cultural values as a sign of respect, especially when there’s a language barrier, actions can often speak louder than words. If you’re travelling to Africa there are certain cultural values you should be aware of before you travel. Handshake Hello Greeting people in Africa is one of the most important and most respectful things you can do. Saying “hello” with a handshake is the best way to ... Read more

Expat Safety Tips: Famine

Unfortunately, famine and food crises threaten the lives of millions, and they can often strike unexpectedly. They generally occur in poor countries and countries including South Sudan, Nigeria, Somalia and Yemen are at risk of starvation and death due to a prolonged famine. However, a famine can be caused by several different factors and nowhere is exempt. It’s important to know what do to in the event of famine and how to stay safe no matter where you’re travelling to or residing. What ... Read more

5 Essential Apps for Volunteers Abroad

Volunteering abroad requires a lot of planning and research to ensure that everything is in place before your departure and so that you know what you’re doing and how to get around when you’re there. It’s important that you are sure of your itinerary and can keep track of things to avoid any travel disasters. In order to reduce the risk of any mishaps here are five useful mobile apps that could be extremely handy during your travel planning and once you are ... Read more

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
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