resilience kids' fascinating ability to adapt


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Resilience: kids’ fascinating ability

By on July 19, 2016

Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about resilience. Is it really about happiness or just acceptance? Is it made of strength or willpower? Adaptability or immersion?
I know for sure that it’s the opposite of denial, refusal and rejection.

My Own Test: Leaving My Past Behind
Leaving my house (to be more…

flying with emirates


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Intercultural Family Reviews Travel

Flying with Emirates and the Melodramatic Luggage Situation

By on July 5, 2016

So after the 2 month madness (details in this and this post) we finally took the much anticipated flight JFK-DBX-BOM.
Flying with Emirates for the first time was an amazing experience!
For JFK-DBX (almost 13 hour flight) we were in the huge Airbus A380. For DBX-BOM (just a 3 hour…

Moving abroad to India


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Personal Travel

16,000 km later…

By on June 21, 2016

Hello from the other side of the world!

I will do my best to catch up on everything that has happened in these months of absence!
Basically I packed 9 bags, got rid of everything else we owned, traveled to New York for a week and moved across the world to…

crazy weeks


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Crazy crazy weeks

By on April 6, 2016

Things have been beyond crazy these weeks.

We were finally forced to buy the flight tickets to India (even when we still haven’t gotten any news of my OCI card, but we are trying everything we can) because we need to be there on 3rd June for finalizing the subscription…

*AndreA*
Guadalajara / Mumbai

I'm a well-rounded Mexican girl, who became Indian by serendipity. My dream is to share my story and crazy experience in an intercultural family! I hope to provide you with lots of struggle-sparing, life-inspiring, India-demystifying happy tips!

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