Bahamas

Employment
An Expat Guide To Self-Employment In The Bahamas

Pristine beaches, balmy weather, welcoming people and a relaxed lifestyle are just a few things that you are bound to enjoy if you decide to move to the Bahamas. This archipelago state consists of more than 700 islands and 2,400 cays; some of them are almost uninhabited wher   more ...

Food & Drink
An Expat Guide To Food And Drink In The Bahamas

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   more ...

Property
An Expat Guide To Buying Property In The Bahamas

The Bahamas is made up of 700 islands and 2,400 cays in the Atlantic Ocean. It is located to the north of Cuba and southeast of Florida. The archipela   more ...

Mariah Moyle, Nassau

Who are you?

Mariah Moyle, originally from the Pacific Northwest, but am now an island girl in the beautiful Bahamas. I grew up with a mix   more ...

Social Media
The Bahamas - Recommended Social Media Accounts

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‚   more ...

Expat Living
How Moving To The Bahamas Will Change Your Life

The Bahamas caters to a wide range of people wanting to make the islands their home. The population ranges from world travelers and retirees to the ri   more ...


 
  
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Mariah Moyle, Nassau

Who are you?

Mariah Moyle, originally from the Pacific Northwest, but am now an island girl in the beautiful Bahamas. I grew up with a mix of spending my winters in the mountains ski racing, ski instructing and ski bumming, and summers at our beach house on an isl   more ...

Oliver Luke, Eleuthera

Who are you?

I am the son of Australian and Dutch parents, born in and currently residing in Vancouver, Canada. Working as a ghostwriter, ed   more ...

Jeremy

Hi, my name is Jeremy and I'm a Belgian guy.

I lived for 5 years in North America, after that almost 2 years in Central America.

Now I'm living   more ...