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Israel > Expat Experiences

Israel

Katie Denton, Tel Aviv

Posted by: Carole on Tuesday March 26, 2013 (22:21:57)   (1823 Reads)
Katie Denton
Who are you?

My name is Katie and I am a Brit, married to an israel, living in Israel with 3 small children.

Where, when and why did you move abroad?

We moved to Israel in 2004 after years of a long distance relationship followed by a few years based in the UK.

What challenges did you face during the move?

Saying goodbye to my family and friends was the hardest thing, still is on very trip home. Packing and shipping and throwing lots of things away that I now regret was a nightmare.   more ...

Israel > Expat Experiences

Israel

Tel Aviv

Posted by: Jamie on Tuesday November 29, 2011 (18:48:51)   (2125 Reads)
Welcome to Israel
I am a 27-year-old Southern born and bred gal living in the beautiful country of Israel with my husband and precious pooch. Besides chronicling my adventures abroad on my blog www.abrideinthedesert.blogspot.com, I volunteer with Save A Child’s Heart, an organization dedicated to providing heart surgery to children from developing countries, and attend a language immersion class (ulpan) learning Hebrew.

My husband and I moved to Tel Aviv, Israel in September 2010 after many years of discussion and planning. Our reasons for moving vary from personal to professional to educational and everything in between. As we frequently tell those who ask: All roads lead us to Israel.   more ...