This Week On ExpatFocus.com

This month we’re publishing even more articles than usual (prompting earlier morning rises for yours truly, who queues them up daily), and we’re starting to see more conversation about them, which is nice.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, those that people seem to enjoy the most are the beach-related ones: Caribbean life, moving to sunsoaked coasts, and so on. And really, who can blame them?

Whether you’re looking for information about expat healthcare in the Dominican Republic or trying to find online resources that will help your move to Jamaica go more smoothly, we have something for you.But never fear! Even if you’re not moving to a Caribbean island, we have tips and useful things for you too! Take a look at these new articles with resources for people moving to the Philippines, Cuba, Indonesia and Vietnam.

Would you like to tell fellow expats about your own experience? Take a look at some previous expat experiences here, and email scar@expatfocus.com if you’d like to take part.

Our most popular tweet this week was Kalyn’s column about expat identity crises:

https://twitter.com/ExpatFocus/status/641582971124846592

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At the end of the week, we went along to the Expat Show in London, which was packed full of useful information and interesting people. Here was our most popular tweet of the show:

https://twitter.com/ExpatFocus/status/642651979613913088

We also caught up with Diane Lemieux – one of our very own columnists – and a few other expat authors, whose books we’ll be reviewing over the next few weeks.

Would you like to write a regular column on ExpatFocus.com, or contribute a few articles? Email carole@expatfocus.com for details.

Do you have a book for us to review? Email scar@expatfocus.com for more information.


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