Expat Sandwich

Expat Sandwich

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Stories of the best, weirdest and worst of living abroad
Summertime
Jul 17 • 35 min
After wrapping season one, we do a little housekeeping and revisit our very first episode: France with Mark Repasky.
#014 Paris with David Lebovitz
Jul 4 • 26 min
Moving to a country is hard enough—chef, blogger and cookbook author David Lebovitz discusses his kitchen renovation disaster in Paris featured in his new book “L’appart” as well as providing us with better understanding of French culture.
#013 Hong Kong with Jay Dillon
Jun 19 • 34 min
Everyone has ideas, but few push them to reality. Jay Dillon, founder of Yardbird, discusses moving to Hong Kong to oversee manufacturing for his startup, and navigating corruption, piracy, and worker conditions in China as well as life amongst the…
#012 Shanghai with Jilli Leonard
Jun 5 • 39 min
Immediately following college, 23 year-old Jilli Leonard jumped on an opportunity to teach English as a second language in China. After 2 years of learning the ropes, she shares wisdom gained on the other side of the world while navigating a life in…
#011 Antarctica with Joanna Young
May 22 • 23 min
Climate scientist Joanna Young shares what it was like to travel to Antarctica with 76 other female scientists on the inaugural Homeward Bound voyage. Learn what’s going on with climate change directly from a true scientist and not filtered through…
#010 Culture Shock Flashback
May 8 • 27 min
We kick off a new segment, Culture Shock Flashback, which features foreign nationals living in the US describing what it was like for them to move to America. In this episode host Marty Walker takes you way back to the 80s and describes her own…
#009 Belgium with Meredith Bethune
Apr 15 • 19 min
American expat and travel writer Meredith Bethune shares what it’s like to create articles for some of the big names such as Conde Nast, New York Magazine, Travel and Leisure, National Geographic and many others. We get insight on her writing process,…
#008 Germany with OhGodMyWifeIsGerman.com
Apr 5 • 33 min
We catch up with anonymous blogger OGM — who posts hilarious observations of Germans, odd things his wife says, beer and food reviews and much more at OhGodMyWifeIsGerman.com, which has attracted a massive following. He’s from Portland. She’s from…
#007 Moscow with Thomas Callahan
Mar 27 • 39 min
This week we catch up with American expat Thomas Callahan—a human rights worker turned corporate law attorney who’s been living in Moscow for the last seven years. He provides an enormous amount of insight into what Russians think about Americans,…
#006 Cape Town with Brandy Taylor
Mar 14 • 30 min
Considering travel to Africa comprises less than 1% of all international travel by Americans annually, it’s no wonder most of our preconceptions are shaped by TV shows and the media. Brandy Taylor moved to Cape Town last year with her husband Will and…
#005 New Zealand with Mickey Smith
Mar 2 • 33 min
Mickey Smith is an American artist that has been living in New Zealand since 2011. Living amongst the Kiwis is as complex as its diverse landscape. Mickey describes the ups and downs of living in such a distant country.
#004 Berlin with Adam Raymont
Feb 23 • 23 min
Adam Raymont is an American artist that has been living in Berlin since 2008. Berlin is considered to have the largest contemporary art scene in the world. Adam shares what it’s like to live in a city with an incredibly complex history.
#003 Mexico With Jen Farrell
Feb 14 • 24 min
Surfing. Tacos. Tequila. Is there anything else? Expat Jen Farrell shares the ins and outs of living and slowing down, just north of Puerto Vallarta.
#002 Ecuador with Catherine Campion
Feb 14 • 20 min
Single. Female. Farm. Rural. Ecuador. One brave gringa.
#001 France with Mark Repasky
Dec 28, 2016 • 33 min
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in Paris? American expat Mark Repasky explains “the American Yes and the French No” and shares what it’s like to live in the most visited city in the world.