Monthly Archives: April 2016
Fresh fruits and vegetables, gourmet cheeses, and Obama Bread! Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, is full of surprises. From A, B, C, D Adventure.
In Denmark, the Toddler in the Trees’ mom discovers that being a non-native speaker of Danish is considered to be a speech impediment by the schools.
On this week’s theme of bilingual kids in the Foreign Service, Diplomatic Mom discusses raising her Bulgarian/English/French speaking son.
The dry season in Honduras: burning trash, slash-and-burn agriculture, and no rain for weeks to wash it away. The reality of life at a post with poor air quality, from Have Orders, Will Travel.
Raising kids to speak two languages equally well—easy, right? Maybe not! Kids With Diplomatic Immunity tells us how it’s working for her English and German-speaking family. Are you raising children in multiple languages? If so, tell us how that’s going. … Continue reading
Leaving the expat bubble for a short visit to a snake-filled shrine. From The Dispatch.
Special occasions are defined differently when you are an expat family. A lovely reflection from The Hot Pot Blog.
A detailed guide from Jane and Phil.
Planning a medical evacuation to London from a Central Asian country. From Sherwood Family Nonsense.
Getting asked for directions a lot leads to a theory on the openness of various cultures. From Well That Was Different.