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Wrapping up Summer: A Money Monday Post

ADEC gives us money for flights home once a year, and if we are careful and spend lots of time combing Expedia, Sky Scanner, and similar sites, we can find airfare that is cheap enough that we can afford to make a pit stop along the way. 2,182 more words

Travel

Happy Endings...

They were unlikely brothers: one large Golden mix and a tiny black Chihuahua. But brothers they had become, born the same week of the same month — two puppies living next door to each other, playmates from the start. 413 more words

Expat Life

Summertime and a quick refresher...

Emily Mair Hughes was born in May in doha clinic. The hospital looked after us so well and she instantly centred our world and became the most important thing to us. 371 more words

Practicing My Spanish...

Practicing my Spanish….

I’ve been finding all sorts of new opportunities to practice speaking spanish. Unfortunately I haven’t had any time to get together with my two Panamanian girlfriends to practice since moving to Jaramillo Centro. 1,035 more words

Boquete

Springing forth...

That’s the thing about holidays – they come to an end. There was no rest on the Sunday, as school clothes, work clothes, packed lunches and backpacks were found, packed, and set to one side. 455 more words

get up, it's game day

Not a crazy person. Promise. 

Happy First College Football Game of the Season!!!

Oh, football. What have you done to me? It took my husband five  261 more words

Life In Brisbane

No Tunisia expat polling in Libya, Iraq, Syria

Tunisians living in Libya, Syria and Iraq will not be able to cast ballots Tunisian presidential and parliamentary polls slated for later this year, according to the country’s election commission. 108 more words

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