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    • Keeping It In The Family

      Keeping It In The Family Why moving abroad can be exciting but can also lead to dilemmas over family and friends… There are quite a few unexpected aspects to starting a new life overseas – many of which we’ve examined in earlier blogs. It takes a while to adjust to a new culture, to the climate, a different diet and a new daily routine; it can be quite a while before life seems “normal”. Indeed, we’d recommend giving it at least six months to a year before you make any more serious decisions. A Friendly request But something you perhaps you won’t.

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    • Manners Maketh Man

      Manners Maketh Man A potted guide to dining etiquette in Portugal… Although we Brits like our cooking shows – and there are as many good restaurants around as anywhere else in the world – many of us would probably concede there is still a slightly different approach to food in the UK than in many of the Mediterranean countries. Although we enjoy a good meal and see it as a treat, our busy lives mean quite a few reading this will be probably sitting at their desks with a sandwich in hand. The proliferation of fast food outlets up and down.

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    • IF YOU CAN’T STAND THE HEAT …

      IF YOU CAN’T STAND THE HEAT … Summer’s nearly here and, after a long, cold UK winter, there will be plenty of us dreaming about some sun. But are you really ready for the heat …? When you plan a new life overseas, better weather is perhaps up there on the list of things you’ll really take time to appreciate. You’ll tell yourself it will be great to be able to anticipate long, sunny days in a place where barbecues are not rained off and you can leave the house with confidence without taking a coat or an umbrella. You may.

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