Unfortunately most cats are not particularly happy travelers – they are usually bonded strongly to their own territory and feel very vulnerable off home ground. We found for you a nice article from International cat care about how to travel with your lovely cat for short and long distances.
The 5 Main Legal Reforms for expats
Legislative regulations of Russian Federation undergo some changes.
Here are some of the key changes we need to know.
Intermark Relocation has acquired a new friend!
On April, 2 our team got acquainted with Joycita Sims – an expat from the United Kingdom, who agreed to share her experience of adaptation in Russia. Continue reading
The last chance to try the cuisine by a 3 Michelin Star Chef – Pierre Gagnaire in Moscow
This is the last chance to try the cuisine by a 3 Michelin Star Chef – Pierre Gagnaire in Moscow. «Les Menus» restaurant in Lotte Hotel will close it’s doors on March 31st. The reason is the end of the contract with the Famous French brand-chef.
Travelers rejoice! Smartphones turned into real-time voice and sign translators
Good News From “Russia Today”!
Travelling in a foreign country has often been a challenge – now technology comes to the rescue. Google has updated its Translate app to do voice and sign translations – just point your smartphone at signs, menus or whatever you want to understand.
When bigger isn’t better
Have a look on an interesting article by The Economist about languages.
Which language would you like to learn next?
HOW would you rank “important” languages? If asked to rattle them off, many people start with English, but after that are reluctant to go further. Important how, they ask. One approach would be to look at people and money: surely a language is important if it is spoken by lots of people, in countries with great wealth (and presumably, therefore, power).
Do you know how Powerful is your Passport?
By Good Magazine, Finland, Sweden and UK are the most free to travel and the most difficult passport to travel is from Afghanistan.
Here the full size map
Be an expat wife ;)
How Do Kissing, Snoring And Other Things Sound In Different Languages?
When you are an expat, you start to realize that cultures and languages are very different. Here is a funny infographic about everyday onomatopoeia of different countries.
29 Truths About Growing Up In Multiple Cities
“Where are you from?”
Weeeell, do you want the short answer or the long one?