Bonsoir Tous I am half thinking of going skiing in Andorra traveling from Perpignan to Soldeu by car. Can anyone give me advice on thetraveling conditions (Do you think I need tire chains?) of course that depends on the weather! I have been out here for about two years and although I love skiing in Font Romeu, I am looking for more challenging skiing, altitude is the answer!If anyone wants to join me that would be a bonus!.... That total ski nutter from Perpignan, bisous
Can anyone offer information , and impartial advice about finding a good Mutuelle, there seems to be a minefield of info out there and many choices, as well as conflicting advice!We are just in the process of registering for med care here, with no pressing medical issues( touch wood).Thanks.
Can anyone enlighten me pls. As an EU citizen - not from France - I understand I would be covered also in France to a certain extent when I produce the "international" health care card. Is it necessary to join the French health care system and have the "mutuelle" at all, if I'm only thinking of staying in France a couple of months or half a year at a time? Is it only those people who have decided to stay in France permanently that join the French system?
Could anyone email me with the name of a very good Medicine Generaliste who speaks good English (French is good but not for complicated medical issues). We are happy to travel, so anywhere around the north of Bezier, around Pezenas etc. We have an extremely poor one where we are living now and he has created more problems than we started out with - (not in the Languedoc). Also ditto for a Gynaecologist if someone knows of one. Many thanks
can any one help with my problem, my carte vitale has been stopped as i am now not working they have said i can go on my husbands he is with rsi i have a siren no but have not worked on it for a while to go on my husbands do i get my own card or have to use his if i can get it done i am not old enough to retire so can't get a pension for a few more years
Hi, I flew back to France last week and on descent, my ears wouldnt equalize at all and it was extremely painful. I tried all the usual tactics but to no avail. It is almost a week on and one of my ears is still severely blocked (the other isnt 100% either). I cant hear out of the worst ear and the pain has been almost unbearable (in both ears), so I went to the docs and tried to explain what had happened...he prescribed strong ibuprofen and antibiotics but 3 days later they are still blocked, although the severe pain seems to have gone. If you have experienced this before, please let me know how you resolved it! I have hear ear candles might help but im a bit scared to do it...not sure where to get it done either? Thanks in advance for any advice!
HiI'm looking for an English speaking optician. Although I speak and understand a fair amount of French my eyesight has changed significantly over the last 18 months and I need to be able to have a "meaningful" discussion with the optician.I live in Olonzac, so anywhere between Carcassonne and Beziers would be good.Thanks