Travelling Translators

I was excited to be asked by colleague Natali Lekka of World of Words to be the first interviewee in her series of articles about travelling translators. In Natali’s own words:

“A column featuring a series of interviews with translators who left their rainy western countries for a better quality of life in an exotic paradise. They are professional linguists, like you and me, working with clients from around the world, but they have ditched the big city life for a lifestyle in the tropics. Besides, it doesn’t really matter where you are based to be a translator. All you need is some sense of adventure!!!”

The interview has just been published and you can read it here. Amongst other questions, we addressed the advantages and disadvantages of living in Reunion Island and how they affect my life and translation business (yes, there are drawbacks to living and working on a tropical island!).

If you have a similar story to share you can contact Natali at if you’d like to be featured on her blog.

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