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 wherever you... [Hits: 92 - Added: 16-12-09]http://245andcounting.blogspot.com/
On "A Belgian abroad" I share everyday life stories, share some thoughts about what being an expat means and I interview expats from all over the... [Hits: 30 - 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 frustrating.... [Hits: 182 - Added: 26-09-09]http://expatinnice.blogspot.com/
My observations as I ramble around England, France, and beyond. [Hits: 29 - 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. [Hits: 40 - Added: 18-08-13]http://agoodforking.com
All about our new life in France: learning the language, figuring out all the practical stuff, building a house, and exploring! [Hits: 11 - Added: 20-08-19]https://www.aleapintothevoid.com
An American struggling to build a life and family in France. [Hits: 56 - Added: 18-03-13]http://alifeuprooted.wordpress.com/
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 run several... [Hits: 73 - Added: 12-07-11]http://amotherinfrance.blogspot.com
Random thoughts and photos from a Seattleite who moved to France [Hits: 310 - Added: 13-02-09]http://librainfrance.blogspot.com/
An educational blog promoting French and American friendship and understanding through first hand experience. [Hits: 48 - Added: 30-04-09]http://www.agathoune.com
As the country with so much history with neighbouring England, you can imagine that the Queen’s funeral has gotten round-the-clock coverage in France. In a bit of strange timing, the subjec... read more
Posted on 21 September 2022 | 8:26 pm
Snippets of Paris
Picture this… The sun finally sets over the Principality of Monaco. The lighthouses in the port light up as the boats return from their cruises on the Mediterranean. Gradually, the city’s... read more
Posted on 13 September 2022 | 2:12 pm
MONARCHYIt is not possible to be an English-speaking expat living in Europe without having gained some understanding of how the UK works and how UK policies and politics affect European life. A... read more
Posted on 10 September 2022 | 9:33 am
France, Food, Scooters and More
Why are French women slimmer? And are they really that slim? Let's see the 3 main reasons why it might be true.
The post French women are slimmer: myth or reality? appeared first on Expat in France.... read more
Posted on 15 August 2022 | 4:30 am
Expat in France
Five week countdown before we hope to finish our rental ! It’s the five week countdown to when we hope our barn renovation will be near completion! Since I last posted here Robin has been workin... read more
Posted on 12 August 2022 | 3:17 pm
Reading Time: 6 minutes After falling in love with Bruges, Belgium, we looked to explore similar cities in the “Battlefield of Europe.” (Yes, this is Belgium’s nickname). We ch... read more
Posted on 7 July 2022 | 9:56 pm
Planes Trains and Shanes
The most fascinating facts about romance languages: Here's everything you didn't know you wanted to know about Latin based languages and more!
The post Why French is a romance language & other fac... read more
Posted on 15 June 2022 | 4:04 pm
I prefer hiking alone, but this time I had no choice. I had to take a guide.
Source... read more
Posted on 18 May 2022 | 1:56 pm
Dabbling in Jet Lag
Par Ici pour la version Française!SOLD!After 10 years living on board, we are now well into the process of building our wood-frame house in the Lot-et-Garonne, so it is time for the Goodbye Geo... read more
Posted on 5 November 2021 | 2:02 pm
Goodbye George: the journeys, the works et cetera...!
I run on my own nearly all the time. I like it. And the glow of head torches I could see meant I at least knew I wasn't right at the back (I'd checked!). I guess I must have relaxed too much because n... read more
Posted on 15 October 2021 | 9:22 am
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