Category: Migrant Life
Living Abroad

Visit Valencia

This is the time of year where many people begin planning their upcoming summer holiday. If a city that has a rich and ancient history yet is incredibly modern, the birthplace of a number of world famous cuisines, is filled with interesting cultural spots and vibrant nightlife and has great beaches appeals to you, then...

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Living Abroad

Funny Spanish phrases

While language is not universal, all languages share a number of common characteristics. One of the most common is the coining of expressions and sayings. This time the TransferGo Blog looks at some colourful and funny phrases in Spanish. Comiendo moscas This one translates as “eating flies”. Basically, it’s a colourful phrase that refers to...

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Living Abroad

New Year’s Eve Ideas for 2017

New Year’s Eve is always a special time as we close the books and celebrate the end of the old year and prepare for the possibilities and potential of the coming year. To help with your end of year planning the TransferGo Blog has compiled a list of New Year’s Breaks for those looking for...

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Personal Finance

How long does a bank transfer take?

Since the TransferGo Blog first debuted we have remained true to our goal of providing answers to questions covering travel, finances, recreation and other frequently asked questions from our customers. In our FAQ section, you will find answers to questions as such “How to make an international transfer with TransferGo”, “How much will I pay...

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Living Abroad

Best Polish restaurants in London

Polish food is a fairly popular cuisine in the UK. The meals are hearty and items like homemade breads and sausages are common and ingredients like sour cream, mushrooms, gherkins, beetroot and sauerkraut are frequently part of the recipe. Here are some of the best Polish restaurants in London: Mamuśka – 16 Elephant and Castle...

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Migrant Life

Romania’s teacher crisis: unqualified teachers fill the shortfall

Thousands of unqualified teachers in Romania are making up for a drop in the number of people taking up teaching as a profession as low wages turn young people away. According to the Federation of Education Unions, Romania is the only country in the European Union (EU) in which unqualified teachers are officially part of...

Stephen McGrath