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And subconsciously you start smiling!

I came to the US through an ordinary tourist visa having received it half a year before the flight. I came there in May. The tickets were bought spontaneously as a surprise for me. 😉 Why America? America? Well… because I had already seen everything I was really interested in....
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I did everything to integrate myself…

I have been living in Germany a little bit more than a year and I only now realise how difficult it was to leave everything behind in Russia and start a new life in a completely different culture with new  beliefs and habits. I initially did everything to integrate myself…whatever...
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I moved for love as many people do

Hey there! My name is Jenna Davis and I’m a Canadian born travel blogger and social media manager currently living in Düsseldorf, Germany. While I’m use to jet setting around the globe writing about responsible travel on www.giveforgranted.com, I was finding it quite difficult to get adjusted to a new...
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French lightness to life!

What do you miss most  about Germany living in France? Some small things…mostly food 😉 for example, Toffiffee, Koppers chocolate, sausages  … and Easter time! In Germany it is a tradition to making “egg” bouquets with forsythia. In France…those are impossible to find! What surprises you most about the French culture? It’s...
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You can be whoever you want to be

In Berlin you are free, you can be whoever you want to be. There are clearly less barriers and you’re at least given a chance to try out something new. There are not so many prewritten social conventions and many different ways of life are widely accepted. As you have...
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From Kazan to Augsburg

Hello, my name is Almira. I moved to Germany from Russia about 13 years ago and I now live in Augsburg, Bavaria. For several years I have been working as a doctor at a hospital here in Bavaria. What do you miss the most about your home country? I miss...
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Geordie Little Music

My name is Geordie Little and I am a percussive acoustic guitarist originally from Australia. What brings you to Germany? I came to Berlin for a holiday at the end of 2011 and was supposed to go back to Australia to finish Uni. But while I was here I fell...
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Chance to have a new life

My name is Ahmad Salem and I come from Syria. I am 27 years old and currently live in Trier. In Syria I studied Informatics. When I was a child I dreamt of coming to Germany one day and here I am right now. How long was your journey? My journey...
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Why Canada?

Hi! My Name is Stanislav Shakurov and I’m originally from Kazan, Russia. But now I live and work as interpreter in Canada. Why Canada? I always wanted to try living a few years somewhere abroad, but Canada was the most attractive country for me, the same weather and climate, but...
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Building fences is not a solution

My name is Julia and, though I’m German, my husband keeps telling me that I’m more French since I was born on the “left side of Rhine river” in Palatinate. I lived in Berlin for five years and now I’m living in Brandenburg where you can still sense the differences...
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