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Colombia > Articles


An Expat Guide To Colombian Cuisine

Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017 (15:54:58)
Colombia has one of the most diverse and varied cuisines in the world. The culinary delicacies you are likely to find in the country are determined by the region you will visit. In some regions, you will find roasted ants and guinea pigs while in others you would not find anything like these dishes. If you are a vegetarian, Colombia may not seem like the culinary paradise it is known to be, because Colombians eat lots of meat. Popular dishes in the coastal areas include seafood, lobster, and fish. In addition, fruits are common features of many dishes in the country.   more ...

Bahamas > Articles


An Expat Guide To Food And Drink In The Bahamas

Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017 (15:45:39)
Millions of tourists flock to the Bahamas each year to enjoy the warm sun, white sandy beaches, and turquoise waters - and it is a popular destination for expats too! When you are not at the beach or enjoying the island’s many attractions, you can sample the nation’s delicacies at local restaurants. Seafood is quite popular in the country because of its proximity to the ocean. However, there are many other treats that you can enjoy here.   more ...

Argentina > Articles


An Expat Guide To Argentinian Cuisine

Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017 (15:37:07)
Living in Argentina offers you the perfect opportunity to indulge in sampling some of the country’s most popular dishes, including its legendary steak. Argentina is increasingly becoming popular in the travel bucket list of many people, both young and old. Whether you are in Argentina to explore its cosmopolitan cities, its world-renowned steak, or the romance of its hacienda, the country’s culinary delicacies will charm your tastebuds.   more ...

Antigua and Barbuda > Articles

Antigua and Barbuda

An Expat Guide To The Cuisine In Antigua And Barbuda

Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017 (15:27:55)
The cuisine of the Caribbean islands of Antigua and Barbuda consists of many foods and delicacies that will are likely to excite the tastebuds of travelers and tourists. Some of the most common dishes in the islands include fungie (pronounced foon-jee) and pepper pot. Fungie consists mostly of cornmeal and is quite similar to polenta, a popular Italian dish. Other popular foods and drinks in the islands include seasoned rice, ducana, sugarcake, and tamarind juice among others.   more ...

France > Articles


The Top Ten French Cities For Buying Property

Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017 (15:21:05)
France is known for many things. Its cuisine is renowned the world over, and some of the most sophisticated vintage wines can be found in France. The country has been an important center of art and is the abode of many famous artists. It is a tourist hotspot and is one of the most visited destinations in the world, as well as being a center of romance. The world’s largest museum, the Louvre, is in France. It also has one of the most famous cemeteries in the world, the Pere-Lachaise Cemetery. It’s therefore no wonder that having a home in France is so advantageous.   more ...

Netherlands > Articles


An Expat Guide To Bringing Pets Into The Netherlands

Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017 (15:00:54)
If you’re moving to the Netherlands, there is no need to leave your furry friends at home, since the country allows newcomers to bring their family pets with them. However, owners should be aware of the strict conditions relating to pet travel and complete the paperwork in good time. Check out our guide for answers to the most important questions on non-human expatriates.   more ...

United Arab Emirates > Articles

United Arab Emirates

An Expat Guide To Working In The UAE

Posted on Monday October 16, 2017 (07:59:41)
The United Arab Emirates, or the UAE, occupies a central location in the Middle East, and has people from over 150 nationalities living within its borders. The country has the reputation of being the second richest Arab nation in the world. Thanks to its extensive oil and natural gas reserves, it occupies an important position in the world. Indeed, the UAE came into being in 1958, when vast oil reserves were found in the emirate of Abu Dhabi. Currently, the majority of the nation’s total proven reserves lie in Abu Dhabi.   more ...

Panama > Articles


An Expat Guide To The Panama Pensionado Visa

Posted on Friday October 13, 2017 (09:12:19)
An increasing number of people are choosing to spend their retirement years abroad. However, there’s lots to think about before making the decision to move overseas. It is important to determine the kind of security and healthcare available in your chosen destination. Taxes are also an essential consideration, since there could be penalties for unreported foreign assets in some countries. Other important considerations for retirees could be the weather, proximity of the chosen location to their home country and the cost of living. An international destination that frequently features on lists of the best places to retire is Panama.   more ...

Chile > Articles


An Expat Guide To Self-Employment In Chile

Posted on Friday October 13, 2017 (08:56:58)
Chile has long been considered an attractive destination for foreign investors and expat entrepreneurs, and for good reason. One of the more stable economies in South America, the country is fairly liberal in letting non-nationals set up shop, and has recently made the process of starting a business even simpler.   more ...

Italy > Articles


An Expat Guide To Driving In Italy

Posted on Thursday October 12, 2017 (07:33:27)
Driving in Italy can be daunting for those not used to the experience. The city streets are stressful to navigate, but the pace does slow down as you head towards the countryside.

For new expats who are looking forward to getting out on the road, here’s a guide to driving in Italy.   more ...