VELVET - INTERVIEW IN HUNGARIAN
Egy fiatal, fekete nő, Starr Varga valamivel több mint egy éve él Budapesten, az élményeiről pedig blogot vezet. Ezekből van is neki bőven, hiszen nemcsak több ezer kilométerre költözött az otthonától, hanem itt született a gyereke is. Így ő nem egyike azoknak a külföldieknek, akik munka miatt érkeznek Budapestre, hanem kifejezetten élni, családot alapítani jött ide. Starr egyébként távmunkában egy Los Angeles-i cégnek dolgozik, ám szabadidejében hasznos tippekkel látja el a Magyarországra látogató külföldieket a Black Girl in Budapest, azaz egy fekete lány Budapesten nevű blogján.
Translated: A young black woman, Starr Varga, has been living in Budapest for just over a year and has a blog about her experiences. He has plenty of these, as he moved not only thousands of miles from his home, but his child was born here as well. Thus, he is not one of those foreigners who come to Budapest for work, but to live explicitly, he has come up with a family. Starr, however, works teleworking for a Los Angeles company, but in his free time, he has some helpful tips for visiting foreigners visiting Hungary at Black Girl in Budapest, a black girl in Budapest.
Expat Arrivals - Interview
"Starr Varga, an American woman living in Hungary, moved to Budapest with her husband in 2017. Since then they've travelled extensively through both Europe and Hungary.
Working from her laptop, Starr can be found walking through the romantic Budapest streets or brunching in corner cafés. Read more about her exuberant and adventurous lifestyle on her blog, Black Girl in Budapest. Her blog is also a meticulously detailed guide for those seeking to visit or live in Budapest. For the more visually-minded, Starr also runs an Instagram account."
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"Starr, who runs the blog Black Girl in Budapest, didn’t even need to change her career when she decided to travel. Because so many companies are learning about the benefits of a remote workplace—including employee satisfaction and lower overhead costs—she continued her career with a company back in the US."