Expat couples: are 'Trailing Spouses' the real relocation heroes? If you have moved abroad for your partner's job, you might identify.
Medibroker spoke to Chantelle, who has just given birth to her second child in Seychelles!
We spoke to one of the many expats living in Qatar and she shared a great insight into life there!
An interview with a Pakistani expat living in Dubai about her life there.
An American expat shares her experiences of life in Seoul, South Korea and she doesn't leave out the weird bits!
We're constantly being told what we shouldn't be eating. Here, Medibroker explain why 'bad' foods got their reputation and why you shouldn't cut them out of your diet completely.
An interview with a Canadian couple who sold their home and belongings to travel the world permanently with their six year old son. He is home schooled and they are professional housesitters.
Mark Wijsman is a Dutch expat who shares his experience of relocating and adjusting to live in Cape Town, South Africa with the international medical insurance advisors at Medibroker.
Living abroad at an early age means children develop a variety of skills and qualities they otherwise may not. Here, Medibroker explain 6 reasons to move abroad with your kids.
An interview with interesting expat James Wilson, who moved to Botswana's Chobe Game Lodge to take to the African wilderness.
An insightful expat interview with Ali Meehan, creator of expat network Costa Women which gained Best of British Social Club by The Telegraph and Expat Stars award. Here, she details her past as a serial expat and explains why she settled in Spain.
A guide to successfully dealing with different cultures while you are on international assignments. Send this to your globally mobile workforce or use it to prepare for your next work trip.
Expat Spouses are often the real 'relocation heroes' of a family or couple that moves overseas. Here, Jen from The Expat Spouse shares her experiences as a self professed home bird living abroad in Kazakhstan, France and Canada.
An interview with a British expat living in Abu Dhabi covering healthcare and giving birth in the Middle East, how to move abroad and some wise words of advice.
An interview with an English expat blogger living in Singapore with her young son and husband.
Thinking about teaching and living in France? Catherine Rose is an American expat and here she shares the ups and downs of moving to France.
Australian expat Jasmine tells Medibroker about expat life in Hong Kong.
Alexandria Drake, blogger at A Modern Girl's Travels, tells Medibroker how she's preparing for her move to a mystery location!
Our list of the weirdest test questions and requirements from citizenship tests in countries around the world. People have actually been asked these questions to test their cultural knowledge!
Mariana Calleja is a 33-years young Costa Rican doctor, traveller and writer currently based in Barcelona. Her blog, TravelThirst, is about experiencing the world through all of your senses.
An interview with 'third culture kid' and expat podcast presenter Nicholla Henderson.
Want to teach English abroad? We interviewed blogger Amanda Kendle, an Australian expat who has lived a life of travel, about her experiences teaching English in a country that was not her own.
An expat interview with Polish author Marek Lenarcik about his itchy feet and what life is like for expats in Myanmar.
We interviewed Chris Osborne from Founders Grid about building businesses on the road and how having a baby made him change his attitude to health insurance.
Claire Bolden McGill decided it was time for a change, so she and her family took the plunge and headed off for the sunny states of America.
A crack down on ‘health tourists’ coming to Britain to take advantage of the NHS also signals bad news for Britons living overseas - here's how to ensure your health is covered
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Medibroker runs a twitter chat for people living abroad and we recently asked the #ExpatHour community to share the books that inspired them to move to another country. The feedback led us to...
Becoming an expat came upon us rather suddenly. We had no plans to move outside of India really but then a good work opportunity came up for my husband and we decided to explore it! In no time, we found ourselves in the Rainbow nation!
As a kid I was a big fan of adventure movies like Indiana Jones and James Bond. They were always traveling to exotic locations and seeing amazing places. That was my first real taste of the world around me and of a looming travel bug.
So, I started saving each and every penny and thinking of ways to travel long-term. Then, on my next trip around Indonesia, I met a boy whom I couldn't let go and followed him all the way to France.
In 2008/09, my husband and took a round the world trip. We spent over half our time away touring New Zealand and Australia because we thought we might like to emigrate one day.