Three podcasters discuss coronavirus and COVID-19 in Germany and cover their personal situations, fake news, and coping with a pandemic.
Leaving Germany after more than a decade, the Stammtisch concept for meeting people, driving on the left hand side of the road, and German traffic rules nonsense.
Despite being fluent in German and knowing the culture, Klaus from Brazil has still struggled to integrate since moving to Germany in his 40s.
Carnival in Germany, also known as Fasching or Fastnacht, is a time of tradition and revelry. And kids getting hit in the face with candy.
Amy is a serial expat and discusses how she’s ended up in Germany, her expat podcast, and her experiences learning German.
Painful social moments and difficulties helped motivate Sindy from Hong Kong to learn German and adapt and thrive in Germany.
Mari from USA (or M.L. Tishner) talks about being an English-speaking writer abroad. She also explains how you bring a dog from USA to Germany.
Natalie from Australia discusses being a stay-at-home mum, finding a balance between responsibilities and the need for creative outlet, and learning German.
Germany is a country of old city skylines, beautiful natural landscapes, bakeries, pharmacies, no speed limits, construction sites, and expats. Many, many expats. I love expats, because it takes a certain kind of adventurous spirit to leave what you know behind and start fresh in a strange, new culture. These expats all have their own…