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Thailand

Thailand Starter Kit

https://www.thailandstarterkit.com/

Thailand Starter Kit is a collection of free guides for people looking to move to Thailand to live and work there. It covers the less glamorous topics every expat and long-term visitor has to figure out, including health insurance, renting an apartment, opening a bank account, hiring a lawyer and other challenges of expat life in Thailand.

Spain

Journey To A Dream

http://journeytoadream.co.uk/blog

In May 2002, Craig, his wife Melanie and their dog Jazz left their home town of Huddersfield in England's industrial north and moved to Galicia, a remote and little known region in the northwest corner of Spain. Little did they know that the adventure of a lifetime would turn into a lifetime of adventures.

Indonesia

Expat Mum - Jakarta

http://www.expatmumjakarta.com/

A young Australian mum married to an Indonesian...The Expat Mum shares her tips and experiences on living in Jakarta with children.

United Kingdom (UK)

Cheers Blondie

https://cheersblondie.com/

My name is Ashley and I am originally a Florida girl, but made Washington, DC my home. I am now settling in Scotland, due to a thing called love, and sharing my adventures and unique outlook on living and working abroad. Enjoy!

Thailand

Splendor In The Lemongrass

http://splendor-in-the-lemongrass.com/

This blog chronicles Christine's journey from a desk job in Washington, D.C. to expat life in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Australia

Half A World Away

http://www.halfaworldaway.net/

British twenty-something Katie settled in Melbourne, Australia after a backpacking trip through warmer climates. Finding information about visas, immigration and life for single women on the Internet was sadly lacking, so she decided to document her move in the hope that the information would prove useful to any future expats considering making the same move. Her travel and expat tips are useful and honest: she made the mistakes so that you don’t have to!

Australia

DorkyMum

https://dorkymum.wordpress.com/

Scottish Ruth lives in Hobart Tasmania with her husband and young son. Her blog is a creative outlet which started when she first became a stay at home parent seven years ago. Now it is an honest and heart-warming resource for parents and expats alike, which focuses on a real life being lived as opposed to a lifestyle just out of reach.

Australia

Mo In Oz

http://moinoz.blogspot.com/

Monique is a Minnesotan, living in Sydney with her husband and two kids. Her family orientated blog was initially created to keep her family and friends updated on their expat life but it also holds many great tips about raising and travelling with a family in Australia. Photo heavy and filled with glimpses into a family’s life far from their native home, this blog provides reassurance that expats of all ages can flourish wherever they land.

Australia

Diary of a Yorkshire Aussie

http://www.francan.co.uk/

If you haven’t already guessed, Yorkshire born Fran exchanged life in the UK for an altogether sunnier one in Australia. Five years into his expat life, his blog is a well-kept diary of the highlights (and the learning curve) of living life on the other side of the world. Look out for his advice about ‘things they don’t tell you’, and the insider tips which every expat needs to know.

Australia

Wilbur, Where R U?

https://wilburwhereareyou.com/

American Wilbur loves to travel and currently calls Sydney, Australia his home base. He has definitely made the most of his relatively short period as an expat, his ‘lessons learned’ should be mandatory reading for anyone considering an expat life in Australia. Informative travel and adventure posts are peppered with stunning photographs, all the Aussie bases are covered and his spirit for exploration shines through.