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Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Expatriates are not tourists...

When you move to a new location, you can't help but be excited by the fact you're now steps away from famous local sights and landmarks. But after you've waited in lines, bought tickets, and admired every piece of art and history your city has to offer, you ready for something more adventurous.

In our next issue of GlobalInsight, we will take a look at eight landmarks, museums, and activities off the beaten path, so you can feel less like a tourist and more like a local while seeing something new. Here's a sneak peek...

Amrum Island – North Sea, Germany
Just off the coast of Germany lies the perfect spot to get away. Amrum Island’s wide beaches offer plenty of space to soak up the sun, climb the sand dunes, or go for a swim. Bikes are recommended for transportation around the island, as there is only one road for cars. During low tide, it is also possible to walk between Amrum and neighboring island Föhr. Ferries to the island are available from Dagebüll or Schlüttsiel.

Look for the next issue of GlobalInsight in your email at the end of the month!


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