"I adore. Coloured tapes, funny paper, little stamps, packaging, summer, sun, handmade blankets. Travelling, meet my friends. Discover new places, new faces, new bistrot. Paris, white chocolate, my house - wherever it is. Coconut, Milan, my lake. White, grey and pastel colours. Cereals in the morning. Lace, white and black polaroid, feet without shoes. Bows. Words as retr˛, unique, unusual, simple. A day which starts with a Bonjour "
Blogs from expats in Qatar
Would you like to work, live, move to Qatar? Or just to find out how is life in Qatar? We've got much more than travel brochures: read blogs written by expats living in Qatar!
1 destination in Qatar
A blog about an English family who are living abroad for the very first time. I certainly never in a million years thought I would become an expat but am enjoying the experience so far and learning and adapting to everything that is thrown our way. Feel free to read about our day to day life and to fnd out about Qatar as seen through my eyes.
Nothing exciting. Just a Canadian girl living and working in the Middle East. Trying to make sense of life while driving, working, living and breathing in the desert air. Trying to convince herself that sand and beige can replace the blue skies, gold/green/red leaves.
i am just a nobody, not even trying to be somebody. i just love to talk and write about my other love - life. unfortunately, i easily forget so to remember, i blog. aside from personal stuff, i also write about architecture, books, events, food, movies, music, t.v., travel and even random things i catch on the net.
When I moved to Doha from Canada in 2010 with my husband and three boys, I began writing frequent emails to family and friends to keep them updated on our adventures here. After awhile, that became difficult to keep up and I worried that the folks back home had flagged my email address as spam. So, I entered the blogosphere, and continued writing about our life in Doha. This city is a goldmine of blog fodder. Whether it's dealing with extreme heat, crazy driving, or Cheerio shortages, there's always something to write about. And because we live in a such a great jumping-off point for travel, I occasionally throw in a post about the holidays we've taken to countries that we never would have dreamed we'd visit.