Blog about extended family travel and expat life!

The first bilingual blog explaining how to survive a family trip (with parents-in-law too) and how to work or study abroad.

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Green Motion Car Rental in Kos: stay away!

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I had a really BAD experience with Green Motion Car Rental in Kos and I would like to share it with you hoping that it will help those who are thinking of booking with them. Unfortunately, unexpected travel events are…

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How to safely travel to Italy in 2020

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How to safely travel to Italy in 2020. Tips, national rules, regional rules: everything you need to know to travel to Italy this year, after the Covid-19 pandemic. With the all Covid-19 pandemic media coverage, the image of Italy, as…

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#stayhome, how to travel from your couch

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How to travel from your couch? You may think that’s not possible, don’t you? However, it is possible and we’re going to find out how to do it together. #stayhome is the hashtag launched on social media by VIPs and…

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The 6 most beautiful beaches of Rhodes

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Rhodes is an island worth visiting for several reasons. But Greece is famous for wonderful beaches, right? In this article I will tell you the 6 most beautiful beaches of Rhodes – the ones you should not miss! The beautiful…

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Jeep safari in the desert, Egypt

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A jeep safari in the desert is a good way to have some fun and adventure while on holidays in Egypt. But let’s start from the beginning… In 2010, I went on holidays with my mum and after two weeks…

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Daytrip from Istanbul to Prince’s Islands

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A daytrip from Istanbul to Prince’s Islands are a good way to escape city chaos for a while and to explore something quite different. Prince’s Islands “are a chain of nine islands off the coast of Istanbul, Turkey, in the…

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The Notting Hill Carnival in London

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The Notting Hill Carnival in London will be this weekend! If you are leaving for London or if you are already there this weekend and especially on Sunday and Monday you cannot miss the Notting Hill Carnival, which like all…

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Istanbul: a neverending love story

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Istanbul is one of those cities for which you fall in love at first sight. It was love from the first time my eyes have looked at the majestic profile of Santa Sofia, the minarets of its Blue Mosque, the…

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St Peter’s Basilica and Tiber Island

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On the second day of our stay in Rome, we decided to focus on St Peter’s Basilica. We passed by on our first walk around Rome as it was close to where we stayed and it is one of the…

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Our first walk around Rome

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Rome is walkable. I didn’t think it was possible but I realised it on our first walk around Rome. I imagined it to be a huge city with all the main sites spread all over the city but that is…

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