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A beloved tourist destination known for its art and architecture, expats in Florence have mixed reviews of living in Florence.
Expats in Uruguay agree that the best thing about living in Uruguay is the friendly people. In addition to the friendly locals, the weather, beautiful beaches and stable economy make it a great place to live. We've compiled a list of the 7 best places to live in Uruguay based upon expats' recommendations.
Canada's technology sector has expats all over the world looking there for career opportunities that are available to those who meet the proper criteria. The Canadian government has created a program to help expats make it happen, and thousands are every year.
Joe Webster offers tips for preparing to ship a car from the US to Indonesia.
An expat in Thailand shares his thoughts on life in Thailand and his philosophy on being an expat anywhere. Read this brief report for cost of living impressions, how Thai people think of foreigners, and more.
An expat provides a quick summary of what it's like to be an expat in Puerto Penasco (Rocky Point), Mexico.
An expat in Tainjin talks about expat life in China. Tainjin has lots of pollution, lousy winters and hot sticky summers. Having an airport and train station are very convenient. Plus, being 2 hours from Beijing is a major bonus.
An expat who retired in Minturno, Italy says the people there are the most welcoming, friendly and accepting group she has ever met. She appreciates the low cost of living, beautiful weather, history and culture of Minturno.
An expat couple explains how the negative reviews of Manta, Ecuador made them initially overlook this "working-class city." After visiting several others cities, they gave Manta a chance and realized that it was the perfect destination for them!
An expat who retired to Thailand offers a cautionary tale about living in the Asian nation. More than anything else, he advises to live there for a period before committing to retirement there... don't just dive in!