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  1. Dubai Expat Forum for Expats Living in Dubai
    Covid has affected many businesses with quite a few having to close down, we can discuss the opportunities that will be available once corona is eradicated.
  2. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    Hi. Just in the idea phase, but wondering what licences, etc we would need if we wanted to give cooking classes from home (or in peoples homes), possibly through Airbnb Experiences in Madrid. Also thinking of possibly cooking at home and selling on a small scale or catering. Can anyone tell...
  3. Thailand Expat Forum for Expats Living in Thailand
    Has anyone tried Rita's food and Farang Breakfast? A place for expats to meet, her husband is a farang as well.
  4. France Expat Forum for Expats Living in France
    Hi, I eat a lot of Tuna fish in cans, but have found the quality in France very variable. I've found in the past year that I've often opened a tin, and what was inside looked so inedible that I couldn't bring myself to eat it. I won't mention the brands - but I've tried the "big two" that...
  5. UAE Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UAE
    Hi, Im moving to Abu Dhabi in September and I have looked at a lot of websites and their food bills do not cover actual shopping. Has anybody lived their recently and know the actual cost of food shopping each week. We are a 4 person family. Cheers,
  6. Le Bistro
    Musubi Staying with the food topic -- if there are any American expats reading who miss Hawaiian food, I determined earlier this week that one can use Tulip brand "Délice de jambon" and Riz Méditerranée de Camargue to make a not-half-bad musubi. Both are readily available in stores, as is nori...
  7. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    In the US there are "Lean Cuisine" and "Healthy Choice" and "Smart Ones" low calorie frozen foods. What brands does Spain have like that?
  8. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hi all! Happy to report my T2 work visa has been approved, and I'm packing up to head back to the UK. However, I'm a bit uncertain around what I can and can't take with me. Being a New Mexican, there are loads of foods I find myself missing in the UK, and this time, I've got lots of extra...
  9. Life in Australia
    Hello Everyone, Planning for IED validation early next year to Sydney and thinking of staying in AirBnB. Any recommendation, personal experiences about any Airbnb host is much appreciated. I am going along with my spouse and 2 years old kid, so child friendly accommodation is preferred. Also...
  10. Thailand Expat Forum for Expats Living in Thailand
    I kind of convinced my significant other to move to Bangkok recently (hi forum, I'm new here), and he's not super happy about. Still, he loves steak and I'm trying to get on his good side. Any great steakhouses in BKK? I saw a few places on tripadvisor that look great, but also super $$$ Lizzie
  11. Philippines Expat Forum
    I'm going to send my first balkbayan box sometime next month. My sister has a Costco membership so I will go shopping with her. That will also be handy later on when I'm living there and need things I can't find. I need to comb through various threads in this forum where different items have...
  12. Philippines Expat Forum
    One reason I'm moving to the Philippines is that my Canada government pension, although it is tied to the yearly inflation rate, just can't keep up with rising prices, especially food that costs more and more by the month since a great deal is imported. I have to greatly limit the variety of...
  13. UAE Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UAE
    Hi all, Are there any large warehouse supermarkets in Abu Dhabi similar to Costco or discount supermarkets like Aldi or Lidl?
  14. Philippines Expat Forum
    Hi, Noticed that the french bread in the PH is not as good as in Europe. Would anyone know where can I get authentic French Baguette in Makati? Thanks
  15. Other Europe
    Hi, All I would like to live without a car in central Amsterdam. My knees won't let me ride a bicycle. The biggest chore will be getting groceries. Do some of the better stores deliver for a fee? Thank you!
  16. La Tasca
    Following the recently announced evidence of a definite link between processed meats and colorectal cancers, will you be changing your diet? I can't imagine life without jamón, chorizo, chargrilled burgers and good old bacon butties, but I might cut down a bit. FYI: Spain has the 17th highest...
  17. Dubai Expat Forum for Expats Living in Dubai
    Hi all, we have our move date (next week) just wondering if any of you bothered bringing over any food items when you moved over? Were definitely not a 'sausage and mash' only type of Brit couple hahah, but I was thinking of packing a big jar of marmite a few boxes or vanilla instant coffee...
  18. Dubai Expat Forum for Expats Living in Dubai
    Hello... I have been to a couple of super markets since being here in Dubai and have yet to find what i took for granted back in the states, Ground Turkey and/or Ground Chicken. LuLus hypermarket didn't have it nor did a co-op i don't remember the name of. Can anyone please let me know if you...
  19. The Basement Lounge
    Hi All, First off, I'm not an expat, but I spent a great 4 months in Isan in Thailand. While there, I fell in love with this bottled, sweetened iced tea sold in most of the small convenience stores, as well as Tesco. I was there about 8 years ago, but if memory serves, the tea was called...
  20. France Expat Forum for Expats Living in France
    Hi, I have just moved into a little village about 20 minutes from Beziers. I'd love to meet up with other people, go out occasionally etc. If you are middle aged and like nothing better than a long chat about (left) politics, wine, food and music - well, so do I.
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