The 帰る [kaeru] Domicile concept has expanded.
A little sooner than anticipated, my time in Paris came to an end; however, this transition from expat life to civilian life should not be cause for disappointment because the past two years abroad have been nothing less than extraordinary.
IMAGINE walking into a brand new café that you just discovered on an ordinary Sunday afternoon. The sweet smell of cinnamon and freshly ground coffee greets you at the door, along with a warm smile and a friendly, "Hello, please, come in," from the barista.
The expat life... might seem like a wondrous adventure, and it is, to some extent, however, expats also have the challenge of assimilating into an entirely new culture.
We dream. We wanderlust. We face uncertainty.