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When considering a move to a new city, there is nothing more useful than hearing real life stories and experiences from other expats who are living there. We'd love to hear about your expat experiences. Please contact us if you are living or have lived in Angola and would like to share your story.
|Youmna is a Lebanese expat who moved to Angola with her husband in 2009. They live in the country’s sprawling capital, Luanda, and like most expats living in the city, moved there because of her husband’s job. Read more about Youmna's expat life in Luanda.|
|Chris Neal, a British expat living in Angola, is for the most part nonchalant about life in a city with one of the highest expat hardship ratings and one of the most exorbitant costs of livings. Read about his expat experience in Luanda.|
|It seems that even the most attractive expat packages can't make life in Angola attractive. This anonymous interviewee lets loose about Luanda and what expats can expect from life in a country still recovering from 27 years of civil war. This engaging expat experience is a must read for future assignees.|
|Monique Simons is a South African expat living in Luanda. Read about her experiences of living in Angola, as she talks stoically about the difficulties she has faced since her relocation from south of the border.|
|Linda, an American expat living in Luanda, makes MacGyver look mainstream. She wages war with Malaria, boldly combats the constant potential of power outage and generally makes the best of anything and everything in Angola. If ever there was an expat experience positioned to give you insight about your voyage abroad, it's this one.|
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