Today’s interview is with Laura, a German expat who is living in Denmark.During my short visit to Copenhagen a few weeks ago, I’ve met with lovely Laura, a German expat turned Copenhagen’s local. Laura is the blogger behind thecopenhagentales.com – a hyggelig lifestyle blog showcasing life in Denmark from the expat’s perspective.
Today’s interview is with Astrid, a Spanish expat who is living in Denmark. Astrid is a Spanish expat who relocated to Copenhagen, Denmark in 2015. In her interview, she provides a realistic summary of what life in the capital is like, and how it comes to back home. Read her interview for tips on meeting people, making friends and settling in to a foreign country.
Today’s interview is with Serup, a Turkish expat who is living in Denmark. Serap Zel is an HR professional, has a Bachelor degree in Industrial Engineering and Master degree in Engineering Management from Istanbul, Turkey. She has moved from Istanbul to Copenhagen with her husband Ugur and she is working there as expat.
Today’s interview is with Solli, a swedish expat who is living in Denmark. Solli, a free spirited woman enjoying life wherever in the world that might be. In 2009 she left her comfort zone, quit her job in Stockholm and moved to Paris. She came to Paris without having a job, an apartment, friends or speaking French. Two weeks later she had it all and even more and she learned speaking French through the sweet way
Today’s interview is with Anna, an Australian expat who is living in Denmark. Originally from Australia, Anna Cohen is a well-travelled mom of two energetic boys. After a childhood in Sydney, university years in Oxford and Paris and then in Sydney again, she and her husband, Michael made the move to Vancouver.