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Two expats in Germany

The Great Wall of China

First time Asia – Hello Beijing!

Isn’t it funny how life changes? One year I had time to travel and write blog articles, the next year I keep being busy with my new full-time work. But I am lucky, my employer sent me for a workshop in Beijing and I finally learned if they really do eat dog meat or not.
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The Most Charming Town in Germany

Let’s be honest. When people include Germany in their Eurotrip itinerary, usually Berlin and Munich are the only cities on that list. Don’t get me wrong, both are beautiful places to visit, but the magic of Germany lies beyond the bigger cities and more in the traditional, small towns that transport you to another time…

Living in Bremen (Northern Germany), is it worth it?

When I first set foot in Bremen, I felt deep down that it was merely a nice city to live in. No more, no less. Nothing crazy like Berlin, but it offered far more than the American small towns I’ve been residing in for the past 10 or so years. I was happy about coming…
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Our top travels in 2015 and plans for 2016

And that’s a wrap! Now with 2015 behind us, we made a list of our favorite destinations in 2015. Cities that made a strong impression on us, that influenced us, and that we would surely revisit given the opportunity. So without further ado, here they are, in no particular order.   1. South Bohemia, Czech…
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Christmas Vibes in Oldenburg

When you are a student in Germany, your semester ticket allows for FREE transport within the region you are located at in Germany. Yep, free travel within Germany! Living in Bremen, my ticket allows for traveling to Hamburg, some cities by the sea , and some landlocked ones. Having visited the coast and Hamburg in…
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