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Walking the Minhocão

The Minhocão (known officially as Via Elevado Presidente Costa e Silva), is a 2.2 mile (3.5km) long elevated highway that perhaps exemplifies best how São Paulo came to privilege…

The walker as explorer in São Paulo's concrete jungle

Shortly after moving to São Paulo I started Portuguese lessons at FAAP, a university opposite the Pacaembu football stadium that is about 6km (3.5 miles) from where…

A Warning: Digital Certificate Scam?

I would like to share my experience with SERASA EXPERIAN, a digital certificate company in Brazil. I think they have a way of doing business that is…

Social transformation through art in Rio de Janeiro

The favelas, or communities as they are also referred to, are inextricably bound up with Rio de Janeiro, and I think it would be fair to say that the…

Meet the Expat – Mariam Ottimofiore living in Dubai

Our guest this week describes herself as an "eternal expat". She has lived in 7 countries and 3 continents and is now raising 2 multicultural and multilingual kids in…

Meet the Expat – Amy Grace in Algarve, Portugal

This week we head over to the sunny Algarve region of Portugal to catch up with newby expat family Amy, Richard and James Grace from the UK. We've…

Sight and sound treats for expats in Luxembourg

If you enjoy non-mainstream movies, Luxembourg is the place to be this month with the CinEast film festival. Read on to find out more and how to…

The best place to live for your children's health and wellbeing

If your children's overall health and wellbeing is paramount to having a happy expat experience, look no further than northern Europe, according to the results of a…

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