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Recommended Expat Blogs: Prague

Recommended Expat Blogs: Prague

In our InterNations Recommended Blog section we let you take the spotlight! Expat life in general is, of course, a perfect breeding ground for great, user-generated reads, and life in Prague makes no exception. Take your time and browse the great blogs showcased in this article!

Everybody who has spent time in a different country knows that expat life is not quite like anything else in the world. The confusion of the first few days and weeks, the slow, but steady process of acclimation, the little peculiarities and quirks that might strike you about your new surroundings: almost any situation you encounter can make for a great story. If you are so inclined and want to blog about it, of course!

Our InterNations recommended blog section features talented expat bloggers from around the world. Their offerings to the blogosphere have been selected for their great entries and high quality, whether they may be funny, informative, interesting, deeply personal or a combination of all of the above.

Let’s hear from our featured bloggers in Prague:

Michael: MBabroad

I was well prepared for my move to Prague. Though culturally different from Thailand the expat life in Prague is similar. Having been an ESL Teacher for two years I was confident and comfortable with the process of finding a job and settling in a new location. I suppose in retrospect it would have been smart to pad my savings more. The cost of getting set up in Prague was higher than I anticipated, but not dangerously so.

Christoph: Weird Things in Prague

The most significant problem is the language. If you are not particularly skilled – what definitely is not the case with me – you need a very long time to be somewhat fluent in Czech. Also, life in Prague is quite expensive, if you compare expenses like rent and the local average income with many other places in Europe.

Lorenzo: Come to Prague

Traveling has taught me to be open and tolerant of differences and to adapt quickly. I really feel I could feel at home anywhere in Europe and by now I have friends in almost every European country. I wouldn’t say I had any cultural shock, but it was interesting to meet the rest of Europe I hadn’t had the chance to meet in London or Dublin where I previously lived.

Gwyneth: The Prague Thing

Keep an open mind and remember that things might take a while to be quite as amazing as you’d hoped, this isn’t “home” but if you let it, Prague will take you in and put you under its spell, and you’ll love it.

Ricky: An Anglican In Prague

I didn't have any real trouble getting used to my new circumstances nor did I experience culture shock. I think this was due to having spent many weeks of holiday in various parts of continental Europe, (though not in the Czech Republic), and having a German wife who often says that many things she experiences here, are like the Germany she remembers from twenty or thirty years ago.

Emily: Czechesotans

We didn’t think we were experiencing culture shock, but after a solid week of being cranky at each other, we looked up a culture shock chart online and, sure enough, we were at the point (5 to 6 months) where it’s usually the worst.

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