Blogs from expats in the Hague
Would you like to work, live, move to The Hague? Or just to find out how is life in the Hague? We've got much more than travel brochures: read blogs written by expats living in the Hague!
Indonesian food blog about cooking & creating recipes (resep masakan Indonesia) from Holland. I'm an Indonesian food blogger based in the Netherlands
A journey of a Vietnamese girl in the Netherlands.
Lifestyle blog about living and learning abroad, from recipes to fashion, to motherhood, to volunteering, and training for a marathon.
My expat way of living, loving and parenting.
Food, friends, fun and travel in the Netherlands, as experienced by a Canadian.
The tribulations of à French expat foodie in NL...
A blog by an expat-since-birth multilingual mum living in the Netherlands with her Swissgerman husband, son and twin-daughters, about expat life, multilingualism, Third Culture Kids, parenting, twins and much more!
A blog by a Polish mother living with her German husband in the Netherlands. I write about multilingualism, being an expat and life in the Netherlands!
This is a 22-year-old's attempt to capture the absurdity of her life in the Netherlands, including but not limited to: gratuitous pictures of her own cooking, revelations on the underpinnings of Dutch culture and the occasional obscure pop culture reference.
Thank you to everyone who has stopped by to read Wordgeyser.
I'm part of an anglo/american family currently based in the Netherlands, whose children live in three countries (USA, Canada, UK) separated by distance and time zones.
As an editor and writer (have laptop, no real excuse not to travel) I pen articles about life in the Netherlands in particular, and international life in general. I prefer to look at the experience from a life perspective not a travelogue.
This blog is about sharing those overseas life lessons: the good, bad and sad.
I don't profess to have all the answers but I know sharing experiences helps others in ways we can't imagine.
Understanding we're not alone, that others have walked the road before us, is often all we need to pick ourselves up and get back on track.
Enjoy! Feedback is always welcome!
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