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British expats and the Brexit

The 23rd of June – the date is fast approaching, but with ‘stay’ and ‘leave’ polling at 40% and 39% respectively, the British public don’t seem to be much closer to making a decision...

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Country of the Month: Thailand

Thailand is an extremely festive and colourful country. Its countless festivities and events that give you glimpses of the country’s heritage and traditions make it a place that should be at the top of...

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Abu Dhabi expat rent hike

Expats renting in Abu Dhabi face a rise of 3% on their rent, in a move that brings the city’s municipal contract fees in line with Dubai’s. The price increase will mean expats living in...

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The highs and lows of expat life

Moving abroad is a fantastic opportunity. Whether learning the language through day-to-day life or immersing yourself in the culture through adventures with locals, the experience is a rich and rewarding one.  But expat life...

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Saudi Arabia to change citizenship rules

Good news! Expats living in or moving to Saudi Arabia will be able to obtain permanent resident permits or ‘green cards’. Yesterday, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced government plans to change the strict citizenship...

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Travel trends

From the all-inclusive resorts of the nineties to the backpacker hostels of today, tourist’s interests have changed significantly over the years. It’s no surprise then that the travel industry is changing as well. Airport...

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Country of the month: Nepal

“In Nepal every other building is a temple and every other day is a festival.” This popular saying is easy to understand once you know about Nepal’s rich cultural heritage and never ending holidays...