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A Brit living, working and playing boules in the Languedoc region of the South of France - this is about being an expat, in whatever country - and... read more [Hits: 71 - Added: 16-12-09]http://245andcounting.blogspot.c...
On "A Belgian abroad" I share everyday life stories, share some thoughts about what being an expat means and I interview expats from all... read more [Hits: 12 - Added: 24-01-17]http://www.abelgianabroad.com
The story of my new life in France, having moved from the UK for my partner's job. Updates on my day-to-day life, things I find odd, amusing and/or... read more [Hits: 166 - Added: 26-09-09]http://expatinnice.blogspot.com/
My observations as I ramble around England, France, and beyond. read more [Hits: 23 - Added: 13-03-13]http://curiousrambler.com
A food blog offering an honest (and occasionally scathing) insight into the Parisian and London food scenes and my burgeoning waistline. read more [Hits: 35 - Added: 18-08-13]http://agoodforking.com
An American struggling to build a life and family in France. read more [Hits: 46 - Added: 18-03-13]http://alifeuprooted.wordpress.c...
I blog about our experiences in France as a family. Things I like about living here, things I don't, education, health etc. I have 5 children and... read more [Hits: 59 - Added: 12-07-11]http://amotherinfrance.blogspot....
Random thoughts and photos from a Seattleite who moved to France read more [Hits: 290 - Added: 13-02-09]http://librainfrance.blogspot.co...
An educational blog promoting French and American friendship and understanding through first hand experience. read more [Hits: 41 - Added: 30-04-09]http://www.agathoune.com
City lawyer, making the most of my maternity leave living in a chalet in a tiny village in the Alps and blogging about the funny (and not so funny)... read more [Hits: 36 - Added: 25-03-13]http://alpinemummy.wordpress.com...
The French farmer who sells goat cheese at the Uzes Saturday Market is one of my favorite vendors. He’s certainly one of the most colorful. Each year he stages an event at his farm and invites t... read more
Posted on 20 August 2017 | 1:24 pm
Misunderstandings abroad are inevitable and they happen for many reasons: cultural differences, prejudices, insufficient mastering of the language or simply misreading the situation. These moments can... read more
Posted on 20 August 2017 | 1:03 pm
MamaLovesParis wrote for Mama Loves Paris -
Quite possibly the most interesting book shop in the world resides at the Parisian home of Shakespeare and Company. Nestled on a tiny street opposite ...
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Posted on 20 August 2017 | 1:01 pm
Mama Loves Paris
How to sell a house in the UKThe time has gone so quickly, I can’t believe how much we have done and how knackered we are.We invited the estate agent around to give advice on the house as we wer... read more
Posted on 20 August 2017 | 8:52 am
Renovation of a Derelict House in Brittany, France
My latest guest is a somewhat unusual occupant of this slot, in that she had une vie française but doesn’t anymore. More of that below. Olga Swan has had several novels published by Crook... read more
Posted on 20 August 2017 | 8:00 am
Life on La Lune
After having spent the last ten days observing Italians at the beach I am forever in awe of the their beach culture. They really have it "down to a t". Suntanning is a profession and beach going is a ... read more
Posted on 19 August 2017 | 5:37 pm
Expat with Kids in Paris
The word Swiss cheese brings to mind the hard yellow delight with multiple holes in them where Jerry, the mouse (if you are familiar with him) can hide. But this is true for only the Emmental which is... read more
Posted on 19 August 2017 | 4:41 pm
The Paris Feast
Starting my blog was the beginning of my writing journey which has produced three books so far. My latest one, Curious Histories of Provence: Tales from the South of France, has just been featured/rev... read more
Posted on 19 August 2017 | 12:02 pm
The Curious Rambler
I was recharging my Navigo pass (formerly known as the Carte Orange) and was told the Navigo pass is being retired in exchange for the Decouverte card. (I am not seeing anything to this effect on the ... read more
Posted on 18 August 2017 | 2:40 pm
French Name: L’hélénie I remember my parents having great swathes of Helenium dotted around our back garden when I was growing up. Perhaps it’s for this reason or because my ... read more
Posted on 18 August 2017 | 2:23 pm
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