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6 Tips on Moving Abroad for Love

So you’re moving to another country. It’s most likely for one of two reasons; you need a change in your life and love to travel, or you fell in love. There are a surprising amount of people who move countries to live with their spouses.Moving to another country is stressful enough, but when you’re moving for love – it can get…

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A Town In Limbo – Doel, Belgium

For frequent travelers or photographers – anything abandoned is beautiful. And Doel, Belgium is a perfect example of that…if that quote read “anything HALF abandoned is beautiful”. Doel is an interesting place to visit because there are abandoned, ruined houses next door to a 5 story with a BMW in the drive. It’s been this way for a little over…

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WTForeign – Belgian Culture Shock (Part Three)

Our most commented on series of posts have been about what it’s been like to transition from Canada to Belgium and all the strange changes that have come with that. You can also read PART ONE and PART TWO of WTForeign.  Before I dive into the 3rd of this series, I wanted to say for the record; Belgium is my…

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7 Tips for Moving Abroad

Moving abroad is probably the most exciting thing I’ve ever done. Even with travel experiences like indoor skydiving in the Netherlands, playing with monkeys in the Dominican or the typical swimming with dolphins excursion in Cuba – full on MOVING to another country is extremely different than just traveling to one. Having done this twice in my life (both times…

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Do’s and Dont’s of An Airport

In a previous post, we brainstormed the most annoying things about airports. In this list, we’re focusing on the DO’s & DON’Ts of airport travel… things you should and shouldn’t do to make your (and everyone else’s) time in the airport flow smoothly. I’ve witnessed all of these at some point…they are all 100% proven to either make your time…

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My Favourite Travel Bloggers of 2015

I spend most of my days either reading about travel or writing about it. I’ve come to realize there are an astounding amount of travel bloggers out there! Full time workers, people who have quit their jobs to travel, people who travel with kids and people who just loveto travel – whatever your situation, I can guarantee there is a…

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