An Expat Talks about Moving to
What is the name of the city or town that you are reporting on?
What advice would you give someone preparing to move to your area about the actual move, choosing a neighborhood and finding a home?
One thing we have really noticed about living in the UK (outside of London)
is how much we feel like outsiders even though we are English speaking
Anglosaxons. It has been very hard to make friends and become part of the
community as we feel a bit of the cold shoulder and the distance that the
locals put between us. After living in other countries like Japan and
Australia, England has definately been the hardest to live in due to cost of
living and lack of social support.
An Expat Talks about Moving to Sheffield, UK
An expat in discusses renting a home in Sheffield, England. The red tape involved in finding a rental can be challenging (i.e. a 3 year history of utility bills) coupled with the high cost of housing.
Moving to London
Expats describe London as a love it or hate it city. With it's high cost of living and rainy weather, it's not for everyone. But, those who move to London and love it will tell you that the city's tremendous diversity, vibrant nightlife, incredible restaurants and varied neighborhoods.
International Schools in London
Families moving to London who are interested in an American curriculum, IB program or bi-lingual education for their children, may be interested in these popular expat schools.