Your neighbourhood around the world


In this little series, we take a little tour of other people's neighbourhood and town through their camera. What does a local playground look like in Saudi Arabia or how about a school in Brazil?

Look at all the great destinations we have been and will be discovering. This page is updated as new posts are published.



Our neighbourhoods (so far):

 

 Europe:

Tirana, Albania: Albania or Bust

Mons, Belgium: Albania or Bust
Stal, Belgium: The Penguin and the Panther

České Budějovice, Czech Republic: Adventurings

Bordeaux, France: American Mum in Bordeaux
Longny-au-Perche, France: the piri-piri lexicon
Magny-les-Hameaux, France: Busy as a Bee in Paris
Parisot, France: La Famille Brown
Roquefort-les-Pins, France: Lou Messugo

Berlin, Germany: Deutsch, Bitte & Leather & Abel
Hamburg, Germany: Let the Journey Begin
Karlsruhe, Germany: Confuzzledom
Munich, Germany: Kmina's blog

Basiglio, Italy: Cafe Carlson
Vignate, Italy: the piri-piri lexicon

Luxembourg, Luxemburg: Scrambled Nest

Delft, The Netherlands: The European Mama 
Zoetermeer, The Netherlands: Expat Life with a Double Buggy

Carrickfergus, Northern Ireland: Crystal's Tiny Treasures 

Warsaw, Poland: The European Mama

Izhevsk, Russia: The Educators' spin on it
Moscow, Russia: A girl and her travels
St Petersburg, Russia: Raising a trilingual child

Las Arenas, Spain: Las Arenas living

Mürren, Switzerland: Betsy's Photography

Knowle, U.K.: Taco de Lenguas
Norfolk, U.K.: Adventures of Adam

Americas:

Curitiba, Brazil: Head of the Heard

Airdrie, Canada: Glittering Muffins
Calgary, Canada: Sincerely Salma & Glittering Muffins 
Edmonton, Canada: Pitter Patter and Constant Chatter

Santiago, Chile: The Practical Mom

San Jose, Costa Rica: All Done Monkey

Merida, Mexico: Kid World Citizen

Florida, Puerto Rico: Discovering the world through my son's eyes

Berkeley, USA: Life Translated
Kansas City, USA: For the love of Spanish
Las Vegas, USA: Local Adventurer
Oklahoma City, USA: ALLterNATIVElearning
Sacramento, USA: All Done Monkey
San Francisco, USA: Kids Yoga Stories

Asia: 

Phnom Penh, Cambodia: Kampuchea Crossings

Zhuhai, China: Creative World of Varya

Pune, India: Scrambled Nest

Bali, Indonesia: Crazy Little Family Adventure

Nagoya, Japan: Cranes and Clovers
Tokyo, Japan: Melibelle in Tokyo

Astana, Kazakhstan: Ersatz Expat

Miri & Ipoh, Malaysia: Ersatz Expat

Quezon City, Philippines: A Multi-Asian Family Life

Singapore: Singapore Tales

Gaepo-Dong, South Korea: Tales from the Waygook Mama

Africa:

Djibouti: Djibouti Jones

Rural Zambia: Mud Hut Mama

Marrakech, Morocco: Maroc Mama

Oceania:

Toronto, Australia: QP and Eye



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The rules for your post are quite simple:

- The post must be published on your own blog on the given date.
- All photos must have been taken by you.
- You must include one link back to this page (with the button, for example).
- Think typical and local for your photos.

- Minimum 6 photos MUST be included:

... a playground / play area
... a local mode of transport
... a typical house/building
... a street nearby
... a school, nursery or other education facility
... a market, supermarket or other shopping outlet

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    16 comments:

    1. Is this "blog carnival" open for others as well, even though all the slots are full?

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      1. Sure... You can sign up for a new slot above.

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    2. Signed up =) My kids LOVE this series.

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    3. Such a great series! I'm always curious what the comparisons are of every day type things around the world!!

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    4. This is so great! I will love sharing this with my children. Thank you to all who are participating!

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    5. I love this idea- brilliant. I'm in.

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    6. This is so wonderful! I just have to wait until August, 2014! Too bad I am totally not a patient person. I'll be enjoying everyone's neighborhoods while I wait. Thanks!

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      1. Thank you for signing up. It gives you time to find the perfect pics!!

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    7. I'd like to sign up, but it depends on your definition of 'neighbourhood'. If the pictures have to be taken really nearby, it will be woods, woods and some more woods...

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      1. It can be as wide or as narrow as you like. Obviously, we all live in very different communities and woods are fine too!!

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    8. Annabelle I love this series. Great idea and nice job pulling it all together!

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    9. Oh my gosh I love this! I am going to sign up and then read all the other posts!!

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    10. Oh my . I totally missed mine!
      Im a week late already. I had a computer crash and lost my to do list.
      i will get the post up this weekend!

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