in Mexico: The Why, How, and Where by
Inside tips from an experienced expat and author of a fine book on living abroad for half the price who researched moving to Mexico and made it happen successfully.
||An Insider's Guide to What You Need to Know to Move, Live and Work in Mexico by Ted Campbell
A long-term expatriate, author, and teacher describes all that is involved in moving, finding work, and living in Mexico in his Transitions Abroad Expatriate Writing Contest winning article.
in Chiang Mai, Thailand by Nathan Edgerton
Expat life in Chiang Mai, Thailand, including snapshots of living, studying and working in a contest-winning article.
in Rome for the Long Term
Expatriate Martha Miller describes the exciting life she led as an expatriate in the bustling yet relaxing and entrancing Trastevere neighborhood
||A Year Living and Working in New Zealand by
An Expatriate Writing Contest winner tells you how you can take advantage of their working holiday program to enjoy the beautiful land for a year.
in Panama: The Why, How, and Where by
Penny de Vine
What you need to know to move and live abroad in Panama,
one of the easier countries in the Americas to make
Expat’s Beach Town Cambodia: Living Large on a Budget by
Among the many of the other appeals of living in
Cambodia, and one of its biggest draws, was the low
cost of living... Here, with relatively little work,
I can afford to eat, buy, and engage in all the activities
||Living in Spain and Enjoying Immersion by Andrea Isiminger
An Expatriate Writing Contest winner is a relocation
expert who helps expats adjust to living in Spain through total cultural immersion.
in Brazil, the Land of Samba: You Get What You Give by John Clites
A long-term expat, and Expatriate Writing Contest winner, tells the story of his move to Brazil and offers interesting anecdotes and useful tips.
in Bangkok by Nathan Edgerton
...Bangkok is the place to be if you want to live
in one of Southeast Asia's most modern and exciting
cities. If Southeast Asia has a city that doesn't
sleep, this is it. With gentle and friendly people
who still like to stay up late and food that by itself
keeps the quality-of-life high, Bangkok is a fun place
to stay with a lot to do....
in an Italian Hill Top Town by
medieval hill top town of Calcata where the author lived with locals and many bohemian artists.
in Istanbul Turkey: The Queen of Cities by
An Expatriate Writing Contest winner provides
comprehensive information on all aspects involved
in living abroad in the great city of Istanbul.
Off the Face of the Earth: Landing in Thailand
Expatriate Writing Contest winner Paul King paints
a picture of an exciting new life in Thailand.
in Costa Rica: Current Opportunities and Risks
Leah Dobkin realistically describes the options for retirees,
job seekers, and the availability of properties for potential
Dream and Reality of Living in the South of France
Aidan Larson describes her family life in the south of France,
where she was treated with great warmth, learned the language,
and ate incredibly well even as her children thrived.
Face in China
Gregory Mavrides, PhD describes the elements of "keeping
face" in China—important social mores which are
often difficult for those first living abroad in China to grasp.
to China to Work, Study, and Live: From Basic Considerations
to Cultural Immersion
What to know when moving to
China and what to know in order to work and live
in the rich civilization, where the ancient and the modern co-exist.
in Buenos Aires
The jobs available in largest city
in Argentina for those determined to expatriate to the "Paris
of South America."
and Teaching in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Top tips and resources by one who experienced the bustling
city of HCMC as an insider.
English Teacher in Vietnam
An Expatriate Writing Contest winner, Nathan Edgerton,
describes living and working in small-town Vietnam.
Abroad Outside the Box in Bariloche, Argentina
A practical overview of options for
living abroad in Bariloche, Argentina and what you need to know find work and enjoy life in a beautiful part
of the world.
in Prague: Getting There and Staying There
The joys, trials, and tribulations of
living as an expatriate in Prague—a shining jewel in
the Czech Republic and a happening city.
in Liguria: Find a Real Italian Village in Cinque Terre
That's Remote But Not Too Remote
Living la dolce vita in a pristine remote village in the transcendently beautiful
Cinque Terre—a jewel in the famous Liguria region known
as the "Riviera" of Italy.
The realities of living
abroad in Switzerland with key resources for prospective
to the U.K.
A relocation expert offers tips on moving to
the U.K., including obtaining a visa, renting a home, finding
a job, receiving health care, and other living considerations.
in the Limousin Region of France: Vacation Rentals in
the Heart of France
The many options for living in the Limousin
region of France, with advice and resources to find a home rental or a country cottage.
English and Living in Mexico as a Mex-Pat
Inside tips on finding work teaching
English in Mexico with a variety of perspectives from
some of the many mex-pats who have chosen to expatriate.
Year Living and Working in Peru
A year living and working abroad in
Lima, Peru, where the author is surprised at what she discovers.
in France: Dos and Don'ts
the tact and cultural insight necessary to live and work abroad, here using France as an example.
a Home in France
The process explained by an expand to seek,
find, purchase and live in the cottage of her dreams
Logistics: How to Find, Buy and Live in Property Purchased
in Paris, France
Phyllis Cohen prepares all who are considering
living in France for the hassles and expectations which must
be overcome in order to live in the "City of Lights" where
she has been warmly welcomed.
and Networking in Italy
Emma Bird provides inside tips on finding work in Italy. In
Italy networking for a job can be as important as your credentials,
which as an English speaker should not be underestimated, reports
an expatriate who has worked as an English teacher, a journalist,
and a freelancer.
|The Life of an American Expatriate Artist in Italy and Founder
of SACI in Florence
Transitions Abroad engages Jules Maidoff in a discussion
of his background as a painter in New York, his subsequent
move to Italy, and the story of his creation of an art school
in Florence. Jules provides a unique perspective as a highly
successful expatriate happily living abroad in Italy, where
he is so immersed in Italian and European cultural life that
he has no plans to ever leave.
and Working in Zagreb, Croatia
Nicholas J. Klenske writes that the city needs some unraveling
to reveal "a café culture rivaling Paris, the cosmopolitan
vibe of Prague, and a nightlife akin to Madrid."
is Home: Rhythms of Native Life in Fiji
Caroline Cottom, winner of the Expatriate Writing Contest,
shares her experience living abroad in Fiji.
Geoff Andrews, who lived for seven years in Indonesia, provides
tips for first-timers and a paints a pictures of daily life
in the Emerald of the Equator.