Ever since I was a kid, I always wanted to travel the world and possibly live in another country when I grew up. At the age of 8 or 9, I got an atlas as a Xmas present and would look over it, sometimes for hours. Many years, 12 countries travelled and 2 resident countries later, my dreams of travel & expatriation are slowly coming true.
I’ve lived & worked in the United Kingdom since 06.28.2010, and I hope to stay here for a bit. I can’t predict the future, but hopefully I’ll fulfil a couple of goals while I’m here, however long that’ll be. Feel free to join me as I continue this journey of living/travelling in another country, as well as trying to hop over to visit other countries too. I don’t know where the hell I’m going, but hopefully this journey will lead me to something(s) and somewhere good.
Disclaimer: The author only speaks for the author and the author alone unless otherwise specified. The author’s experiences are not, and should not, be taken as the only way to experience expatriate living. The author does, however, relay some information that is common (written or unwritten rules) to all expatriates. Please also remember the above for other non-expatriate-related topics that are, and will be in the future, discussed on the author’s blog.