Top 100 des amoureux des langues 2015

Une nouvelle édition du Top 100 des Amoureux des Langues vient à sa fin. Nous sommes désormais prêts à vous communiquer les résultats de la compétition sur les blogues de langue, les pages Facebook, les comptes Twitter et les chaînes YouTube. Le tout dans une ambiance internationale de tolérance, d'apprentissage et de discussion. C'est parti pour la liste du Top 100. Si vous voulez découvrir les vainqueurs des années précédentes, c'est par ici que ça se passe : 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 et 2014.

N'oubliez pas de jeter un œil au top 100 de chaque catégorie :

  • 1. Brasileiras Pelo Mundo

    The Brasileiras Pelo Mundo is a compilation of experiences with over 70 female expat columnists around the world.

  • 2. I am Aileen

    Aileen from the Philippines is currently based in Belgium. She quit her job at 21 to travel the world, and today she is a digital nomad and entrepreneur living a sustainable travel lifestyle.

  • 3. Felipe Morato Gomes

    Filipe Morato Gomes is a Portuguese blogger who has been twice around the world, and now writes about his experiences.

  • 4. E-Dublin

    A blog with experiences and guides for Brazilians living or planning to visit Ireland.

  • 5. Liztigt

    Liz lives with her family in Barcelona. She blogs about their life and shares her tips about the city.

  • 6. Jo Igele Reiseblog

    Travel advice for seniors and families.

  • 7. O Meu Escritório é lá Fora

    Carlitos Bernardo decided not to follow a career as a civil engineer, and instead to travel the world. He has traveled through many countries by bike.

  • 8. Diário de uma Teimosa

    Stockholm tips and life in Sweden.

  • 9. Janey In Mersin

    Have a dose of what life is really like living here – from Turkish in 1000 easy lessons to learning the secrets to making the perfect kebab! Highs or lows this is our random observations from the melting pot of crazy that is Jane's life in Mersin.

  • 10. An American in Italy

    An American woman with a deep passion for Italy.

Thanks to everyone that wrote, nominated and voted for these blogs! We hope to see you back on Lexiophiles soon, and look forward to seeing your contributions to the dictionaries.