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Expat Twitter Round-Up: 19th September 2011

19 September, 2011 09:33  Erin Erin

Twitter bird on globe Expats are a worldly crew, generally knowledgeable about the world around them from everyday happenings to major international news. We decided to collect some of the top tweets of the week for expats, travelers, and those interested in the global pulse.

Expat News

Are you a third culture kid? Do you agree with the term? Read the #InterNations blog for some thoughts:

Deals & News: How to Share Vacation Photos on Facebook #traveldeals

Do middle-aged people take #roadtrips? And what do they get out of them? Looking for answers here: #expat #travel

Middle East this Autumn?

7 Small Towns Ideal for Studying Abroad

Why I can t keep quiet any longer! I AM a British expat who has lived in #Bahrain for 20 years. #revolution

Sometimes, it's just in your blood to be an #expat, no matter what.

Find out more about our Best of British competition

Tweets from our Featured Bloggers

Expat in Singapore
Taxi situation in #Singapore when raining is a nightmare!! Ugh seriously!

Expat in SE Asia
The Sounds of Vietnam

Expat in Japan
My latest blog post: Thailand and the Fish that Ate My Feet

Expat in Ecuador
Check Out: 9 Reasons I Love "Total Language Immersion" #travel

Expat in Frankfurt
I don't care if I'm going on holiday; getting up at 2.30 hurts.

Expat in Rotterdam
5 Years Blogging: My 7 Links

Expat in the Canary Islands
The avant-garde face of #Tenerife

Expat in Chicago
Five tips to start properly your stay #abroad as an #expat:

Expat in China
Something has changed - Xiahe, Gansu Province. #archives

Expat in Andalusia
The NGO I volunteer for: FUNDACION AGUA DE COCO helps women & children in Madagascar & Cambodia by providing food & edu

Expat in Weisbaden
New blog post: Another birthday, so far from where I started




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