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    After work I enjoy meeting other Brazlian expats offline. We go for a beer together and it feels like home. Thanks InterNations.

Living in Mayotte

Mayotte, the Perfume Island, is a region and overseas department of France. Located in the northern Mozambique Channel of the Indian Ocean, Mayotte has a population of approximately 212,000 people and is only 374 square kilometers in size. There are many places to visit and see on your first trip to the island, many of which might inspire you to join the local community of expats living in Mayotte. The Catholic temple, in Indo-Mogul style, is devoted to Our Lady of Good Health and is a brilliant place to visit if you're looking to find your bearings, as is the Tirtanadi Water Tower in Medan City. Whatever your reason for moving to Mayotte, you will surely quickly come to appreciate island life as an expat in Mayotte.

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Feb 20, 2024, 6:15 PM
2 attendees
Trio YETI TROMPETTE CÉLESTE in Beautiful place with a Chef "amuse gueules" Jazzebre ! Book quickly on Place Minute 20,99 euros for deuxième «Mardi Jazz», Jazz + wine+ mise en bouche (* + supplément
Feb 20, 2024, 7:00 PM
1 attendee
Encontramo-nos para falar português! Este encontro é para todos os lusófonos e para as pessoas que aprendem português. Let's meet to speak portuguese! This event is for everybody who speaks portuguese
Dear all , *** Please no fake attendance.. *** Meet new friends & Drinks on rooftop only for few . But maybe surprises.. https://www.instagram.com/reel/CwLXc0ALjbb/?igsh=cHB0ZmE2NHc5MWxp See you
Feb 21, 2024, 2:00 PM
4 attendees
HERGÉ ET L’ART À L’ESPACE CULTUREL DÉPARTEMENTAL LYMPIA. Let's enjoy more of the results of Herge's own creativity, and discuss what it is that drives us to creativity ourselves. Change of time due to

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Moving to Mayotte

The community on Mayotte holds a diverse range of interesting cultures, with a mixture of fascinating spiritual and religious beliefs. It is thought that approximately 25 per cent of the population of the islands believe in spiritual possession, with friendly spirits passing through one another, each with their own personality traits. Although it is part of France, the four main native languages spoken are Shimaore, Kibushi, Kiantalaotsi and Arabic. French is spoken throughout the island, as are various dialects of the Comorian language. If you are thinking of moving to Mayotte, and you're excited to begin your journey into expatriate life, it might be a good idea to first browse the InterNations forums to learn about making the moving process as easy as possible. There are all sorts of potential problems you could come across when relocating, and that's why the InterNations expat community has come together to make life easier for people who are in similar situations.

Working in Mayotte

As it is officially a part of France, expatriates working in Mayotte will be interested to know that they will get their wages paid in Euro. The 17 communes have highways linking them together, with much maintenance work needed on the roads to keep them in top condition. There is an airport on the island as well as a few harbors and ports, all of which create work for the local people. The city’s nickname, The Perfume Island, has come about due to the local plantations that are there for perfume production. If you want to start working in Mayotte, perhaps at one of the many perfume plantations, or as part of the highways agency, then you should visit the InterNations platform first to find out about navigating the world of expat finance, finding the correct working permits and much more.

  • Ruben Barbosa

    After work I enjoy meeting other Brazlian expats offline. We go for a beer together and it feels like home. Thanks InterNations.

  • Verona Torres

    The idea to connext expatriates in Strasbourg fits perfectly to the city. Both are truly international.

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