Top 100 International Exchange & Expats Blogs 2013

IX13 (International Exchange & Experience 2013) is a competition from bab.la and Lexiophiles presenting you with the top 100 blogs on living abroad. The IX blog competition has been running for five years (also check out the 2010, 2011 and 2012 results).

Top 100 International Exchange & Experience Blogs 2013

The Top 100 International Exchange and Expats Blogs 2013 by bab.la and Lexiophiles
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Explore the list of the top 100 blogs. You will find high school and university students on exchange, au-pairs, young professionals at the grips with their first job abroad, expats, travelers and social workers in a foreign country. All of them have an enthusiastic and proactive attitude towards their experience and are proud to share what they are learning abroad.

We have put together this year's International eXchange and eXpat bloggers on a map. You can click on the map and might even find out which bloggers live near you.

Read more about how and why we put this list together.

You can also use the IX13 button to link to this list.
IX13 - Top 100 International Exchange and Expats Blogs 2013
  • 1. Frussian Lit

    Fliss is spending year abroad in France and St Petersburg

  • 2. A Foot in Two Campos

    Blog of a newbie settling into a village in the Axarquía region of Málaga province.

  • 3. The Bike Wife

    An American in New Zealand

  • 4. Z Gdyni blisko do San Francisco

    Polish au pair in the US

  • 5. A Frog's Life

    French girl in the UK writing her life in comic strips

  • 6. Terkei fur Anfaenger

    German girl learning Turkish in Turkey!

  • 7. 1 Year in Soledad

    Daniel is spending his year abroad working as an English Language Assistant in Soledad, Barranquilla

  • 8. Life Abroad by Tommy

    Tommy from Colorado, USA, is a teacher for English as a second language in Korea

  • 9. Viajes Chavetas

    Spanish friends travel the world

  • 10. Pamiętnik Emigrantki

    Young Polish woman living in the States

Thanks to everyone that wrote, nominated and voted for these blogs! We hope to see you back on Lexiophiles soon, and look forward to seeing your contributions to the bab.la dictionaries.

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