For our series “How do you live in…“, Michela Villani tells us about Bonn, a German city along the Rhine. Michela has especially fallen in love with the marvelous natural
We are very happy to introduce you to this amazing initiative, while we wish happy birthday to Granny Aupair! Not on the scrap heap yet: Five million kilometers and
Some years ago we interviewed Candice (*original interview to follow), a US-citizen who was living in Munich at the time, where she had founded Munich Mommies (https://www.munichmommiesandmunchkins.com), a space where
Silviaexpat shares a couple of “survival” experiences – in very different places! Surviving in a new host country: That was something that had never happened to me before Khartoum.
Elena presents this beautiful interview to Maestro Lorenzo Coladonato, an Italian orchestra conductor presently living in Germany. Music abroad sometimes means relocating for music. This is what Maestro Lorenzo Coladonato
Ingrid, a German-native, settled abroad 15 years ago. She lives in Italy and describes us German traditions surrounding Christmas time in Germany, more particularly traditions that take place in Main-Spessart