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Expat Interview with Leigh Stevens-UK expat in the Netherlands

Leigh Stevens is an expat that knows probably more about living abroad than he does about living in his hometown in Hertfordshire UK.  That’s because he’s spent a great deal of his life seizing career opportunities most people wouldn’t dare to do. His expat life began before he finished college.  Leigh received an offer to intern as a coach in ...

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Search Goes On for Missing Expat Writter

Missing expat journalist In Siem Riep province in Cambodia, a Canadian expat journalist Dave Walker went missing on February 14th. He disappeared unexpectedly from the guest house where he had been staying. It seems his passport, mobile phone, laptop and personal items were all left behind. His friends and the police are leaning toward some sort of foul play that ...

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Facebook Contest

Win a ReVIVE series solar restore travel size solar power charger for all your mobile devices or $50 gift certificate on Amazon.com   Compact travel solar power station is perfect to recharge your portable devices wherever you go. No need for strange power plugs that don’t fit or voltage differences. Comes with a USB charging port for portable e-readers, MP ...

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What are Work Gap Programs?

Work Gap program

Work Gap programs are sometimes known as working holidays or taking a leap year. Gap programs are designed for people who want to take roughly a one year break to do a little traveling during your career and have a little fun or volunteer to work in a different country. These programs offer college grads or anyone who wants to ...

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How to Finance a Gap Year

Photo of girl in London

Students that passed up on the opportunity to take a gap year walked away because they simply thought it was too expensive or impossible to earn enough money to finance a gap year.  According to the American Gap Association, an estimated $2,500,000 in grant and scholarship money was given away in 2013 for students taking a gap break.  Although taking ...

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International Moving and Travel Services

Moving abroad is is a hectic hair pulling experience if you have never moved to another country. There are so many things to do and lots of paperwork to fill out. To reduce your time gathering information about the different services that are available for expats we have complied a list of valuable services that can be helpful in your ...

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Survival guide for studying abroad

Student studying in France

Picking up a guide for studying studying abroad or getting advice is not such a bad idea if your taking a year to go overseas. Studying abroad is more than taking your education on the road, it is without a doubt the best experience anyone can have.  And lets face it, it’s expensive so you really want to get the ...

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Discover New Zealand and Australia

New zealand

New Zealand Discover New Zealand’s and Australia’s raw beauty and add this to your bucket list because you don’t want to miss this top location for nature lovers or adventure seekers. That’s because New Zealand has it all when it comes to thick forest, ample hiking, fishing, rivers and lakes to snowy peaks and warm sandy beaches. If you are thinking ...

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