The 'Rona is Back! | Wandering Soup

And I'm a lil bit mad about it. Mainly because we were living a life, a good one meaning things were "normal". No masks, no real mentions of Covid-19, at least not daily, acting like tourists, checking out restaurants. In essence living, walking and moving similar to how we did in 2019. A year that will now go down as one of the good ones after the failure that is 2020. And I have to admit now before I go down the negative rabbit hole that I've enjoyed the forced solitude and relative solace that Covid-19 forced upon us. I've read, napped, walked, planned and cooked more in the last few months than I have in the last few years. So much so that when Vietnam opened up to some normalcy I ran li

Expat Parenting | Wandering Soup

We've talked about the trials and tribulations of raising a kid while living abroad and decided that after a year we had become "expert" enough to share a little more of our story in VLOG form. Take a listen and let us know what you think and of course throw some tips our way! Kat #WanderingSoup #BlackLesbianExpats #ExpatParenting #ParentingAbroad

We took a long drive...| Wandering Soup

But we have finally made it to our new home in the city of Da Nang, Vietnam! And when I say long I mean long. 14hr plus drive split into two days. And now we didn't do the driving we hired a driver. And I know you asking why not fly? Multiple reasons with the main one being I just don't want to get on a plane right now and two we didn't want to totally restart in a new city. By restart I mean supplies. Every move requires us spending a few hundred to "re-up" and get back to our comfort level be it kitchen equipment, towels, spices. Those little things start adding up! The cost of hiring a driver and transporting all our stuff, seriously we have to much stuff and I'm looking forward to moving

Changing Cities | Wandering Soup

We are on the move! Well we will be in a few days. As we were discussing life in Vietnam and exploring more of the country recently and by recent I mean less than two weeks ago, I said why not revisit our original plan of living two months in three major cities of Vietnam (Hanoi, Da Nang and Saigon)? And with that we decided to move to Da Nang. Seriously ya'll the decision was literally one conversation in between British murder mystery episodes or possibly Paternity court. We do love our murder and foolishness. Anyway we are excited about the possibilities of new faces, places and spaces! And even more important, a possible community. There is a big, and by big I mean for SE Asia, Black Exp

Moving to Germany | Wandering Soup

Below is a quick nutshell view for those that don't want to watch the Vlog: Land- Yes! As an expat or a citizen you can own land in Germany. Germany surprisingly has a low home ownership base and most rent. For you this could mean owning a property here and renting it out if you decide not to say, essentially residual income. Business Ownership - The short answer is yes you can, the long answer is that there are steps that start with a residence permit and go from there if you are a U.S. citizen. You will need assistance as this will involve more than submitting a few documents online. Citizenship - Most of the countries we've looked at so far have laws that grant citizenship based on time,

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