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The 5 expats who submit the most tips during the month of December will receive $75 Amazon.com gift certificates! Share your relocation advice, favorite local restaurants, best activities for kids, tips for saving money -- anything you've learned living abroad! (Contest Rules & Restrictions)
Most people don't know that there is a special period, roughly from mid-July to mid-August known as the Canicula when the rain lets up, almost to the point that it is like tropical summer (when it barely rains at all). So, scheduling your trip during Canicula lets you enjoy drier weather while everything is still green. (Read Full Tip)
What happens when expat marriages go wrong? Who do you turn to for divorce advice and, more fundamentally, where can you actually get divorced? Susan Harwood, an experienced divorce and family lawyer, offers advice to expats in this article. (Read Article)
One retiree in Prilep, Macedonia hopes that more retirees discover Pirlep. With a lower cost of living, slower pace of life, low crime rates, ample public transportation, a hospital within walking distance and high speed internet access, it's a hidden gem!
Right now it is best not to carry your purse in your hand. There are snatch and grab youths riding up behind you on motorbikes and grabbing purses. Best to wear a belt purse or make sure you strap your purse across your chest. This is quite problematic in Luxor but happens in (Read Full Tip)
There are many obstacles that Expats will face when buying a car in the United States. James Krulder, General Manager of International AutoSource advises on the top five things that Expats need to know. (Read Article)