Posts filed under: Expat Life

I think I have never written a personal post. Every time I try to show you some amazing places to go to, practical guides or inspiration to follow dreams. But that’s all, I guess. I am a little bit shy in that matter. Stepping out of comfort zone from time...
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  “The Scottish sun, shocked by having its usual cloudy underpinnings stripped away, shone feverishly, embarrassed by its nakedness.” Stuart Haddon I have lived in Edinburgh for 10 years and never stopped finding out a new things to adjust to. It never got boring and living in Scotland was truly...
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It is a bitter-sweet thing, knowing two cultures. Once you leave your birthplace nothing is ever the same.–Sarah Turnbull Traveling is one thing and living an expat life is another. You might travel full-time for a year, two…who knows how long for your legs will be taking you to new...
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Myths and legends from Atacama While travelling you meet story tellers that will take you to the lands of mystery, magic and legends. It is always fascinating for me to hear those stories as they explain a lot about the culture, tradition and history of a country and its people....
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  • living in another country
When I first moved to live in another country, I knew instantly that things will never be the same again. Full of adventurous spirit I packed all my teenage precious belongings, took my seat in a bus and two days later I arrived in Edinburgh. “For a month” I said...
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  • Atacama, Chile
Cachai, yapo, huevon…..you don’t understand? It is also Spanish. I have prepared for you a little guide to speak Chilean language. When I first moved to another country the most important thing for me was to learn the language. What is the worst thing for someone who loves talking so...
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  “A total marvel. A compact gem of perfection. […] There’s an urgency to Ida’s simple, elemental story that makes it seem timely, or maybe just timeless..”                                                                                                                         Dana Stevens, Slate   Yesterday it was a great day for a polish cinema. A black and white drama directed by Paweł...
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   Colorful side of Antofagasta Street art in Antofagasta- a city in the north of Chile Antofagasta is a typical industrial city. Everything that is happening there is related to mining. This city is usually excluded from the “must see in Chile” list and tourists tend not to make a...
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 I haven’t always been a coffee lover. I used start a day with a cup of green tea, then more tea. I would occasionally have a cup of coffee with a friend as a pretext to treat myself with the sweetest, biggest chocolate cake you can imagine…with extra chocolate coating....
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