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Exploring the Radisson Blu Hotels of Paris

This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series BluBloggers

The view from the Radisson Blu Paris Le Metropolitan bar. Wow!

What do you get when you have 14 travel and lifestyle bloggers from around Europe, one fantastic hotel chain, and 4 exciting events throughout the year? The #BluBloggers and I’m excited to be partnering with Radisson hotels as one of their ambassadors this year.

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An Expat's Love Letter to Belgium

Belgium, I love you

Dear Belgium,

We’ve been together now for almost nine years, and it’s occurred to me I’ve never really told you how I feel about you. Oh sure, I brag about you to all of my friends, like any love-sick fool would do, but I’ve never taken the time to put down in words just how much our relationship means to me.

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7 Guilty Secrets of Trailing Spouses

Are you keeping any of these 7 guilty secrets of trailing spouses?

Today, expat coach, Louise, looks at 7 guilty secrets common to trailing spouses. If you recognize yourself in any of them, never fear, you aren’t alone.

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Celebrate 10 years of CheeseWeb!

Ten years ago today, in an apartment in Amsterdam, CheeseWeb was born! It’s been a rollercoaster ever since. Today I take over the blog to celebrate this huge milestone and share how CheeseWeb (and Alison) have impacted others.

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2013 was an incredible year

2013 was an incredible year… We made it to Hong Kong!

As we head into 2014, we look back at some of the highlights from the past year, and share some of our favourite blog posts from the past twelve months.

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What does it mean for expats to go 'home'?

What does it mean for expats to go ‘home’?

When you land in a new country as an expat, the initial days are filled with a mix of excitement and fear. While there are plenty of resources and support to help new expats cope, what happens at the end of our expat assignment. Today, our guest contributor, Michelle, discusses the difficulties of reverse culture shock and confronts the question, ‘can you ever really go home again?’

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