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The first Independence day

Independence Day/4th July – a conflict of emotions for a dual US-UK citizen? I wouldn’t know because I’m a UK citizen, but I live in the US, so I know a bit about it. 415 more words


Of burgers and baguettes: the bicultural struggle 

A few weeks back, I discovered that I live about ten minutes away from the Statue of Liberty – which is always a surprise when you actually reside thousands of kilometers away from Staten Island. 990 more words

Italian Monkeys

I just finished writing my last post when I turned on Eurovision and saw the Italian dude singing about yoga while dancing with a monkey. I take back what I said about British holiday makers and their bulldog tattoos as my sense of Italian pride well and truly diminishes. 274 more words

A Problem Like Maria

Icelandonesia or Indoniceland?

There are not many Indonesian people living in Iceland. I’ve known about 30 of them, I think, even though data from the Indonesian Embassy in Oslo shows that there are over 60 of us currently living here. 461 more words


8 Things About Me - Metro Missy

Things you need to know about me

So I chose to do this blog predominately under an alias – Metro Missy, however I will be sharing aspects of my life with you guys so I feel like there are some facts you need to know about me first. 398 more words


Birthright citizenship in the US- when your child is American and you're not

Aviana was born in Virginia USA and we, her parents, are British citizens. A little thing called Birthright citizenship in the US means that she can be a US citizen…or a British citizen, whichever she chooses, or both. 829 more words

The Mummy Diaries

UNITED STATES – Federal Judge in Seattle Temporarily Blocks Executive Order

On Friday 3 February 2017, a federal judge in Seattle, Washington issued a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) with nationwide effect, blocking the Trump Administration’s Executive Order on travel and visa issuance.  64 more words

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