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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...
All about our new life in France: learning the language, figuring out all the practical stuff, building a house, and exploring! read more [Hits: 0 - Added: 20-08-19]https://www.aleapintothevoid.com
The story of my move to France and a new life in a small village in the Languedoc, south of France. read more [Hits: 60 - Added: 10-02-09]http://www.bize-bytes.blogspot.c...
I write. I write about the decision to retire in France, the process of making the move, and what it's like to live in France permanently as expats. I... read more [Hits: 15 - Added: 26-02-16]http://www.southfranceamerican.c...
Living in France, warts 'n all .. the good, the bad and the ugly. A lighthearted view on life in France from the perspective of moi,Karen, an Irish... read more [Hits: 25 - Added: 02-09-12]http://getrealfrance.blogspot.fr...
The blog explores some of the lesser known things about living in Southern France, from learning to adapt to a new cuisine to heating with wood to... read more [Hits: 37 - Added: 13-03-12]http://lynndeasy.blogspot.com/
A fresh Finnish expat wife depicts her ups and downs of the new life in the South of France with two cats and a husband! Welcome on board ;) read more [Hits: 23 - Added: 09-02-17]http://madamemanumus.blogspot.fr...
Descriptions, photos and maps of the rides I do in Languedoc, the rest of Europe, and around the world. There is also a little custom-made cycling map... read more [Hits: 26 - Added: 08-01-10]http://gerrypatt.wordpress.com
30-something American living in France... Thoughts on French culture, food, international parenting, writing, and feeling like a foreigner everywhere. read more [Hits: 26 - Added: 14-11-09]http://theduchessofearl.blogspot...
This very well could be the ONLY day you see a quote, so I hope you enjoy it. Patrick Lefevere, legendary cycling manager, on people still riding in groups in Belgium. “Every crisis offers oppor... read more
Posted on 29 March 2020 | 8:25 pm
The Vicious Cycle
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Posted on 29 March 2020 | 11:31 am
France, Food, Scooters and More
I wrote this post over two and half years ago then made it Private when I friended my landlady, who might then have found this blog. Since then, we’ve moved out and she’s busy trying to ta... read more
Posted on 2 November 2019 | 12:42 pm
A Leap Into the Void
Spring has definitely arrived to Provence which has given me a kick to get some sewing done for the new season! As you know, I purchased a while back the Sew Over It Ultimate Shift Dress pattern and m... read more
Posted on 12 March 2019 | 4:07 pm
Future posts on Bize-Bytes can now be found on Facebook. Link:https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bize--Bytes/895137113876897... read more
Posted on 24 March 2017 | 11:26 am
Marian Finucane - Image from RTEOn Saturday we met with Marian Finucane in RTE and chatted about moving back to Ireland from France - you can hear the interview here We also got a chance to talk ... read more
Posted on 29 November 2015 | 10:09 pm
Get Real France
Looking for more stories about life in France? The blog has moved to http://www.theberetandbagu-ette.com/blog/ Hope to see you there!... read more
Posted on 2 November 2015 | 3:37 pm
Lynn Deasy: Stories from Rural Life in Southern France
It's hard to turn on the radio at the moment without hearing the newest song by France's most popular celebrity, Yannick Noah. "Hello", his duet with Asa, is the newest release from his album, Fronti&... read more
Posted on 4 May 2011 | 11:52 am
The Duchess of Earl
Whether locals or expats, many are in desperate need of help in Haiti since last Tuesday's earthquake.If you haven't seen the page already, Google is making it easy for all you cybernauts to find ways... read more
Posted on 17 January 2010 | 8:44 pm
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