E E the Letter E in the Travel Dictionary - MyTravelDictionary.com

Easy Life: No debt and no commitments, no appointments.

End of the road Location: the place where a travler ends when he or she stops moving.

Epiphany:

Equator: imaginary circle around Earth: the imaginary great circle around the Earth that is the same distance from the North and South Poles and divides the Earth into the northern and southern hemispheres

E.T.D. estimated time of departure.

E.T.A. The estimated time of arrival or ETA (sometimes called ETOA) is a measure of when a ship, vehicle, aircraft, cargo, is expected to arrive at a certain place. One of the more common uses is in public transportation where the movements of trains, buses, airplanes and the like can be used to generate estimated times of arrival depending on either a static timetable or through measurements on traffic intensity.In this respect, the phrase or its abbreviation is often paired with its complement, "estimated time of departure" or "ETD", to indicate the expected start time of a particular journey.

Expatriate or Expat: An expatriate (sometimes shortened to expat) is a person temporarily or permanently residing in a country and culture other than that of the person's upbringing. The word comes from the Latin terms ex ("out of") and patria ("country, fatherland").

Expat Colony: a gathering, normally a city, where many foreighners live in one place, sharing common values. You can tell there is a colony when there exist english bookstores, and maybe an western style grocery store.

Expat Enclave:

Expat Website: Expat is short for Expatriate, there are many Internet Sites specifically created to help people living overseas. The prevailing goal of the sites are to sell real estate or vacations rentals to foreigners at above local market rates. This advertising is sometimes surrounded by living overseas advice, or how to find love or women, and how investing is a good idea. Many carter to offshore investing or hiding of money from being taxed within the home country.

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