The Traverse 2017 pre-conference events in London were the perfect excuse to travel locally. Since moving abroad for love and settling into the UK, I had stopped exploring the city. Everyday life kept me busy enough, but I had been missing out on the best parts of my new hometown!
My American accent makes me rehash how I ended up in London all the time. The answer: I serendipitously met my husband abroad and moved overseas to begin a new life with together. Or, I ended up moving abroad for love. I’ll admit that it’s kind of romantic. But it’s
When threatened with a knife during a store robbery, the British employee requested to finish her tea. Although taken back, the burglar denied her the pleasure of finishing her hot drink and was promptly scared off by the woman who grabbed her own craft knife in response
Truth: It is hard to make friends in London. Although finding friends in any new city can be daunting, making acquaintances in London is especially challenging. With the list below, it is easy to see why you’re having difficulty building a posse in London as you settle into London expat
You could say that we both traveled halfway around the world to meet each other. (Okay, I traveled 1293 miles more, but he still had to endure 6076 miles buckled into a small airplane seat to arrive safely in Taipei, Taiwan.) And this travel romance surprised us both in the
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