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You've found it! The most instructive, educational, at times funny, at others serious, apolitical blog on loving France and learning French. I'm a British expat living in Perpignan for the last 15 years, and I want to share tips and tricks on how to enjoy life and travel here in France, country of fine wines, cheeses, fashion and the raised, arched eyebrow. If you're thinking of coming here to live, or just for a vacation or even a flying visit, then choose an article (or 4) and enjoy. If you do, then please subscribe to get your new blog in your inbox and rate the article as you see fit.
Welcome to my blog! I hope you enjoy it. I%u2019m having fun writing it! My blog is mostly about my Franco-American & bilingual family. It%u2019s about our life in the United States, and our plans to move to France permanently. I%u2019m a high school French teacher, and I enjoy traveling with my students every summer to Europe. I%u2019ve traveled to about 15 European countries with my students! It%u2019s so much fun, and I hope to somehow continue working with teen travel once we live in France. What I love most of all is sharing my passion to travel with my own kids. This is a great life we%u2019re given the opportunity to live, and it%u2019s my goal to enjoy it as much as possible.
Miss Expatria is the Internet's leading enabler of travel addiction. However, she's currently stuck in Montpellier.
Murmurings from the Atelier d'Art in Luc Sur Orbieu. Having retired from a successful career in education at the early age of 35, Lunes now runs a successful studio in a sunnier happier place!
30-something American living in the south of France...... Thoughts on food, children, writing and feeling like a foreigner everywhere
Gail at Large
My name is Gail, I was born in the Philippines but immigrated to Canada as a young child with my family. I currently live in Porto, Portugal’s second-largest metropolitan area, located in the north on the Atlantic coast. Spain is an hour to the north and about two hours to the east.