Hi peeps,I know a lot of you fine people are now living in France, but do you sometimes get homesick and miss the great English weather lol ? Have you ever thought it might be nice to have a little bolt hole for when you want to visit the family. We are a lovely friendly park in Kent. We are opposite golden sandy beaches and back onto a beautiful nature reserve which boasts endless amounts of wild flowers and bird watching is a favourite with our owners.Our Holiday homes start from just £15.995 , We have 2 and 3 bedrooms in stock with choices of double glazing and central heating. For more information please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org I look forward to hearing from you but for now "bonne journee"
For translating a comics book 32 pages from french to english. I am looking for someone who uses to read american comics book(like Marvel) who knows the translation of the onomatopoeia like plouf, bing, ouille..... Paid work . Contact: Tommy, email@example.com
Hi! We just moved to France and are wondering what mobile phone provider has the best coverage and rates for people who travel a lot?We got a SIM from Orange, but the data service is super slow.Also wondering what renters / home insurance is the best?Thanks!
Hi Guys My name is James fromSydney, Australia. I have been traveling around Europe for about 2 years beforesettling down in France 6 months ago. As we all know France has many loves thatwe all have come to love and enjoy but coffee in France is not one of them. After not being able to find good coffee that I have enjoyed in my homecountry, I decided to start a small specialty coffee project to recreate thecoffee I love and bring a bit home with me to France. My specialty coffeeproject named the Sydney Coffee Collective had just gone live online and is nowavailable for retail via our e-shop. We will be focusing on roasting specialitycoffees from around the world, dedicated to the continual improvement ofcoffee by pushing boundaries without being consumed by limitations or what hasbeen roasted before. I welcome you all to try ournew site and to give our amazing specialty coffee a try - sydneycoffeecollective.bigcartel.com/ Thank you and I hope you allenjoy our coffee. Sydney Coffee Collective James
In protest of recent labour-law reforms, several unions will be on strike on Thursday 26 May. This strike will likely affect public transportation, taxis, air travel and ferries as well as schools and government workers. If you’re planning to travel on that date, please check directly with your carrier. In addition, recent blocades of refineries by striking unions will likely mean continued fuel shortages in some areas in France.Strikes In France A national/general strike is also planned for Tuesday 14 June which could again disrupt transportation and public-sector services.
Hello, My husband and I recently moved out of France. We kept our French cell phone services, till settled in and got new ones, I thought there would be an easier option of closing them from outside of France, but I cannot find any information, apart from the usual sending a lettre recommandée. I was wondering if anyone had experience with closing their French cell phone while outside of France ( we are with Free Mobile )? Is the lettre recommandée required, and if so how do you send it from outside of France? And also if that is the way to go, would anyone know if closing two accounts using one letter is acceptable? Thank you very much! Any help will be appreciated!
SNCF rail workers have called for national strike action from this evening (Monday) at 19:00 through 08:00 Wednesday morning. The action will affect TGVs as well as local and intercity trains. It may also affect tram services in some cities. TGV: 1 in 2 trains will operateTER: 4 in 10 trains will operateIntercité: 1 in 3 trains will operate Service on Thursday 28 April will likely be unreliable/sporadic so consider planning accordingly. There is some information available at the SNCF website but be aware it may not be updated or functional during the strike. http://www.sncf.com/
_Strike Called Several unions have called for strike action starting this evening (30 March) at 19:00 through 08:00 Friday (1 April). The strike is expected to affect public transportation and Air France services. Government workers (functionnaires) including teachers and postal carriers, may join the strike as well. If you are flying with Air France, you should contact them directly to find out about the status of your flight.__ __https://www.angloinfo.com/lyon/how-to/page/lyon-transport-public-transport-strikes _
Hi, i will ill be in Lyon from June to October and need a place to rent that has easy access to oublic transportation to the airport (San Exupery). I will be with by partner and our dog. Can anyone suggest a good and safe area? Are there any areas in particular that should be avoided? Thank you, Antonio
Hello all, is there anyone in the Lyon area coming back to the UK in the next few weeks that would be prepared to collect an antique for us? We can meet you almost anywhere in the UK. Have tried transport companies but the cost is prohibitive Many Thanks Phil Bennett
Good morningWe returned from expat in the UK 3 years ago. Our three children are at Cite Scolaire International at the english section since then.Although the elders are keeping up with their english , the yougest one, Gaspard (10) would needsome support. We are therefore looking for an english native who could propose one to one english tuition and conversational language improvement.We live in Charly and would accept to alternate Skype / at home lessons preferably on Wednesday afternoon. Proposals are welcome ! feel free to contact us Thanks and regards