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A Day In The Life: Working and Living on The Mediterranean Coast

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Welcome to our highly anticipated series highlighting a day in the life of a black expat living in the Mediterranean Coast. From the beach to work to coffee and tapas with friends, we take you on a journey to what life is truly like abroad for those creating a work-life balance, taking risks and living their dreams.

 

 

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