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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: 86 - 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: 29 - 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: 177 - Added: 26-09-09]http://expatinnice.blogspot.com/
My observations as I ramble around England, France, and beyond. read more [Hits: 27 - 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: 39 - Added: 18-08-13]http://agoodforking.com
An American struggling to build a life and family in France. read more [Hits: 51 - 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: 68 - Added: 12-07-11]http://amotherinfrance.blogspot....
Random thoughts and photos from a Seattleite who moved to France read more [Hits: 303 - 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: 45 - 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: 45 - Added: 25-03-13]http://alpinemummy.wordpress.com...
Father's Day is defiantly a challenge when you are an expat family. Which one do you celebrate? The Italian, the Swiss, or the French one? They all fall on different days!It's Father's Day in France t... read more
Posted on 16 June 2019 | 5:14 pm
Expat with Kids in Paris
A photo essay of the Old Town, the oldest and most colorful part of Nice.... read more
Posted on 16 June 2019 | 11:41 am
– The Curious Rambler –
We all know that driving a traditional diesel or petrol car releases CO2 that contributes to Climate Change. These cars also release pollutants that can be damaging to our health. Many cou... read more
Posted on 15 June 2019 | 3:24 pm
A Green and Rosie Life
No, not a proclamation of my love of steel – I haven’t had one of those in 2 decades. Steel is Real…but Carbon is Quicker is the name of a new cycling documentary by vir... read more
Posted on 14 June 2019 | 3:25 pm
The Vicious Cycle
Yeah. I know. It's a strange title. Well, it's a strange place.We were traveling north of Beziers along the ring road, took a wrong turn, and came across a sign for Beziers Plage. Given that we were o... read more
Posted on 13 June 2019 | 12:36 pm
France, Food, Scooters and More
There are many good reasons why you should start (or finish) a cruise in Nice. The vibrant French town is ideally situated on the Mediterranean seafront with the Maritime Alps towering above... read more
Posted on 11 June 2019 | 6:24 pm
Whether you’re gobbling down your food or enjoying it slowly, there are many French verbs for eating. Learn how to use them properly in this free French lesson for intermediate learners.
The pos... read more
Posted on 11 June 2019 | 4:00 pm
Comme une Française
That innocent question, “What do they speak when they get home”, I realise, was the tip of the iceberg of the huge undertaking that is settling into and integrating into a new country.... read more
Posted on 10 June 2019 | 1:10 pm
Jumping Off Books
Some of you will remember the late lamented Fyfe Robertson, a British TV journalist known for his trenchant views. A somewhat quirky figure himself, with his tweeds and deer-stalker hat, he had his ow... read more
Posted on 9 June 2019 | 10:07 am
Life on La Lune
Antibes has a special attraction for me. Perhaps it's the architecture and the narrow colorful avenues. It could be the quaint little hotel where I stay that's so close to little shops and outdoor caf... read more
Posted on 8 June 2019 | 12:27 pm
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