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5 Observations on Repatriating

I knew repatriating would be hard, but I didn’t realise how challenging it would be

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I ’m missing Hanoi like crazy. So much so, that when I see pictures, I get quite teary. I have flashbacks where I see myself walking to the supermarket, cycling to Keep Hanoi Clean, strolling to my Vietnamese lessons at Oriberry, chilling in my apartment and waiting for my…




For all you brave, dissatisfied souls who started life afresh in another country, and all that that entails.

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Diane Lee

Diane Lee

Australian freelancer taking the scenic route through life. I write mainly about our relationships with each other: good, bad and ugly. Occasional poet. Virgo.

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