Expat Joys – The Sun

giraffe before setting sun

I’m not sure of the official tally, but from our experience the sun shines about 359 days a year in Johannesburg. It’s definitely one of my greatest joys as an expat here. Even – and especially – in winter, when I’m shivering through the nights, the sun can always be ... 

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Expat Joys – Variety and Life Skills

This is the fourth post in an 8-part series where we explore the good parts about being an expat - in general, and in South Africa particularly. From receiving a head massage every time you get your hair cut to stocking your house with beautiful artwork, worshipping the sun, eating the best mango of your life, or letting someone else put the gas in your car, expat life can have many upsides.

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Expat Joys – Service at the Gas Station

This is the third post in an 8-part series where we explore the good parts about being an expat - in general, and in South Africa particularly. From receiving a head massage every time you get your hair cut to stocking your house with beautiful artwork, worshipping the sun, eating the best mango of your life, or letting someone else put the gas in your car, expat life can have many upsides.

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Expat Joys – Beautiful Art in Your House

This is the second post in an 8-part series where we explore the good parts about being an expat - in general, and in South Africa particularly. From receiving a head massage every time you get your hair cut to stocking your house with beautiful artwork, worshipping the sun, eating the best mango of your life, or letting someone else put the gas in your car, expat life can have many upsides.

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Expat Joys – The Head Massage

This is the first post in an 8-part series where we explore the good parts about being an expat - in general, and in South Africa particularly. From receiving a head massage every time you get your hair cut to stocking your house with beautiful artwork, worshipping the sun, eating the best mango of your life, or letting someone else put the gas in your car, expat life can have many upsides.

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