At Expat Focus, we like to be on the lookout for resources around the web that could help prospective expats adjust to their new countries. Today, we’re taking a look at Bermuda and some of the bloggers who write about living there.
Little Monkey And Friends In Bermuda
Just looking at this blog’s header image will make you want to move to Bermuda. Children playing on a paradise beach – what could be a nicer place to raise your family?Sadaf Trimachi is an American expat and mum of three who lives in Bermuda with her husband and children. Little Monkey chronicles the lives of her children as they grow up on the island, as well as describing some of the local customs and hangout spots.
Pink Bike Pink Sand
Katie is a philosophy student who lives in Bermuda and documents her life there. Filled with thoughts on local wildlife, tips about how to have the best time whether visiting or living in Bermuda, and underwater pictures from her snorkelling trips, Pink Bike Pink Sand will definitely make you want to at least pay Bermuda a visit in the near future.
Nothing To Do In Bermuda?
An events site that also maintains a regular blog, Nothing To Do In Bermuda? provides updates on local events all around Bermuda and is filled with inspiration for what to do during the day or in the evenings. The site features all sorts of events, from karaoke to family days to book clubs for teens. You can also submit your own events, so if you’d like to meet new friends, this might be a good way to go about it! Take a look at the ‘Expat Groups and Associations’ section to find places to meet other expats, and there’s even a section for celiacs who have moved to Bermuda and want to know where they can eat.
Expat In Exile
Expat In Exile is a regular column by Tania Theriault on Today In Bermuda, a site which covers all aspects of Bermuda life. The whole of the Opinion Writers section is worth a read, though – it features updates from people who live on Bermuda either as expats or natives, and who have something to say about life there. Frequently positive, occasionally negative but always honest, Tania’s column is one to watch for current and future expats in Bermuda.
Those are our recommended expat blogs for today. Do you write about being an expat? Let us know in the comments!