Saw this linked at AIB:

"Prague was the place in the early 1990s," said Margaret Malewski, author of the 2005 guide "GenXpat: The Young Professional's Guide to Making a Successful Life Abroad." "B.A. is the hot spot now."

I feel so 15 years ago. And too old to learn Spanish. Life has passed by and gone to Argentina.

There's this:

In Prague, the typical expat, circa 1991, might have been a 23-year-old chain smoker trying to write the next "The Sun Also Rises." But there is no typical B.A. expat in 2006.

Harsh. The Washington Post article is by an Allen Sarkin, whose site's title tag promises "Journalism. Comedy. Chipwiches."

Steve | 18:50 |