I should have learned my lesson when I fell ill in China, but it took a SECOND incident in South Korea before I started compiling and applying these FIVE tips for healthcare when travelling abroad
It just so happens that my seven year wedding anniversary is falling on an (A)Musing Monday post! You guys seem to be in for a treat as I reflect upon the concept of “marriage” (cue sappy music)
So far I’ve mainly been describing some elements of what it is like to be an expat as an adult. However, I have been travelling from country to country every three or four years since I was a baby due to my father’s job. My trajectory went – born in the Philippines, Syria, Chile, Zambia, …
This year has been tough for many. And if you are a foreigner living in a different country it comes with its own obstacles. How many of them have you encountered?
I was sitting down at a café and getting to know some new mums at a coffee morning. The conversation started off with the usual questions – where are you from, how long have you lived here etc. and as the conversation continued, the inevitable one was asked – “what does *your* husband do?