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.

EDIT: I returned to the United States on 10.22.2013. Uncertain future. Travel, however, will always be certain.

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.

11 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hi, thanks for the twitter follow. I am intrigued by one of your your recent tweets: “And yet another highlight: meeting a new (Black American) #expatriate. I took a chance & it went well.” What were you expecting to happen?

    1. Since I’m quite introverted, I wasn’t sure how our meeting would go. Meeting people, in general, is a challenge for me. (Plus, you never know with meeting a person via internet.) Turns out it was cool. Thanks for asking.

  2. Hey,

    Craig here from yTravel Blog. I tried to add you as a friend on facebook but couldn’t? And I couldn’t even send you a message on facebook??? You must have some tight security settings, lol.

    Anyways, I have some good news for you! And that is you’re this weeks random winner of yTravel Blog’s…”Post Your URL Day”….woop woop! We simply draw a number out of a hat and that number corresponds to the position you commented, and you won!

    So, we would love to do a featured interview on you to post on our blog, our facebook page and twitter.

    Below is a list of questions, so please write a paragraph (or however long you need). And could you please send me 5 travel photos and the answers at your earliest convenience to my email: craig@yTravelBlog.com

    1. So, who is (government name)? (home town /background/family/previous careers/hobbies/ blah blah).

    2. Where are you currently and what are you doing?

    3. Where have you traveled to so far?

    4. Any travel plans for 2011?

    5. What is your favorite place so far??

    6. What are your favorite websites/resources for finding travel deals?

    7. What are you MOST proud about your home country?

    8. If we were to visit you in your hometown for a day, what would you do with us?

    9. Favorite International Food?

    10. Any hobbies or sports you love or participate in?

    11. Read any good books lately?

    12. Your favorite movie that inspires you to travel?

    13. Travel is about__________

    14. The people in my home country are_____________

    15. What did you want to be as a kid growing up?

    16. Favorite tech gadget you take travelling with you?

    17. Tell us about your travel blog and it’s purpose?

    18. Finally, how do we find out more about (government forename)? (all your links: travel blog, facebook fanpage, twitter etc).

  3. I am sorry that I didn’t connect you had an expat travel blog. Since I know you under one main online name I didn’t even realize you were doing this project. I added your site to my current post and will blog list you as well.

    1. Good day. I’ve not been to Mauritius; however, I had dinner with someone from there. I hope to visit there within the next few years.

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Moved from the United States to the United Kingdom… and back to the United States. Currently in long-term limbo. My good, bad & ugly experiences as an expatriate and possible permanent repatriate (who'll continue traveling no matter what).

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