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Drive on the LeftJanuary 2018 Month in Review

I have mixed feelings about January. It is so long. Why does it always feel so long? After the whirlwind of the holiday season, it can be nice to have a nice long month to recuperate or to firm up many newly formed good habits. I also like a month with four or five weekends. […]

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Drive on the LeftLiving in Strange Lands: What It’s Like Being an Expat

This week, we have a fantastic guest post from Agness and Cez of eTramping. They love to travel the world and seek out unique adventures. And much like us, they have been living as expats around the globe. Here are some of their thoughts on living abroad. As two travel bloggers who have lived all […]

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Drive on the LeftWindows of the World

Eight months after moving to Shenzhen and we finally visited the number one tourist attraction in town! For a city of 13 million, Shenzhen doesn’t have a wealth of, ahem, cultural highlights, but this bonkers theme park is reason enough for the city to attract many thousands of tourists a year. Along with the Splendid […]

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Drive on the LeftIs it Possible to Have a Bad Meal in Nashville? Asking for a Friend…

The first time we went to Nashville, eating well was on the agenda. We planned our meals meticulously, and left the city with, yes, well-earned respect for a city that clearly loves food, but also lots of credit to our mad research skills. It’s sometimes hard to know how much of us eating well in […]

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Drive on the LeftA New Year, A New Chapter

It’s 2018 and we have a few changes planned for this little corner of the Internet. Over the years, we’ve adjusted our style as life has changed and this year is no different. Now that we’re settled in China, our pace of travel has slowed and we find ourselves returning to some of our favorite […]

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Drive on the Left2017 Year In Review

Oh man, I love a good end-of-year post. I’ve been inhaling them all week, as we usher in a new year. As in 2016, 2017 brought a whole host of changes to both of our lives, and in years like this, I can’t help but reflect on the year, where we’ve been, where we’re going, […]

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Drive on the Left2017 Highlights: The Best Meals of the Year

It shouldn’t be too big of a surprise that we ate well this year. Frankly, we eat pretty well every year. Compared to previous years, we didn’t have as many once-in-a-lifetime meals, or extensive (and expensive) tasting menu experiences. Thanks to all of the craziness surrounding our move to China, we didn’t write a “must […]

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Drive on the LeftWhat’s On the McDonald’s Menu in China?

We not frequent fast-food diners, but during our six months in China, we have visited more than ever. That probably has to do with the proximity (around the corner) and the availability of post-dinner ice cream cones for about $1 USD. We have tried some of the local chains which sell fruit-based sweets like shaved ice, smoothies, […]

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Drive on the Left2017 Highlights: World Travel

It’s that time of year again, when the Internet spews forth a barrage of lists – Top 10 and Worst 5 and Best Of and Don’t Miss. For those of us who write online, it’s a nice break from the norm, a chance to reflect on the adventures of the year. We have been reminiscing […]

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Drive on the LeftAfter 6 Months as a Shenzhen Expat

We have reached the 6-month mark of our Shenzhen expat life. At this time last year, we were in the US with our families for the holidays, still completely unsure where in the world we were going to live. The assumption that things would just magically fall into place was clearly misguided. Thanks to a […]

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