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Raising a Bilingual Child

My wife and daughter, floating down the Seine in Paris For parents planning on being expats, raising a bilingual child is often one of the benefits. Read more

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Get Out of My Pub!

Close to our ancient lodgings in the parish of Norwich-across-the-water is an Irish pub called ‘Delaney’s’. Gawd knows why it’s described as an Irish bar. Read more

LATEST ARTICLES BY PAPERBLOGGERS

  • Bee-keeping in Paris

    Bee-keeping Paris

    Did you know that honey is made in Paris? Ah ben oui! In fact, you can even take a bee-keeping course in the heart of Paris. These beehives are at the Jardin... Read more

    The 17 November 2012 by   Sedulia
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  • US Renunciation Numbers Aren't Adding Up

    Renunciation Numbers Aren't Adding

    I've been tracking US renunciation rates for a while but lately I've been seeing numbers that don't make any sense. The Federal Register lists 1,009 Americans... Read more

    The 28 November 2012 by   Ovid
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  • A Replica, The White House in France

    Replica, White House France

    Almost a week has passed since the American election and still French newspapers are harping on, albeit a little more generally, about their beloved Amérique. Read more

    The 12 November 2012 by   Becomingmadame
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  • L’Hermione: A French Frigate Provides Unlikely Inspiration

    L’Hermione: French Frigate Provides Unlikely Inspiration

    L'Hermione is a French Frigate over 200 years old. She is being re-constructed in Rochefort, France and was an unlikely source of inspiration for me. Read more

    The 28 November 2012 by   Monkeys And Mountains Adventure
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  • Christmas Bazaars in Paris

    Christmas Bazaars Paris

    Christmas market in Brunswick, Germany. Photo by Sebastian Joseph at Flickr After living in Bavaria, where the snowy Christmases were magical, I found Noël in... Read more

    The 29 November 2012 by   Sedulia
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  • Are Muzungus All Rich?

    Muzungus Rich?

    Being a Muzungu (having a white skin) defines me as rich, or so the Rollex man tells me: “For us we know you are rich.”Let’s talk English semantics here: when h... Read more

    The 17 November 2012 by   Diaryofamuzungu
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  • The Lady Who... Asked for a Doggy Bag in a Paris Restaurant

    Lady Who... Asked Doggy Paris Restaurant

    The artistic doggy bag at Commander's Palace, one of the best restaurants in New Orleans (which is saying something) A malicious gourmet I know here was regalin... Read more

    The 06 November 2012 by   Sedulia
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  • Spain: Buy a House, Get a Residency Permit

    Spain: House, Residency Permit

    Madrid, Spain Photo by Felipe Gabaldón Despite the fact that Spain has had a struggling economy for years, it's still a popular expat destination (particularly... Read more

    The 21 November 2012 by   Ovid
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  • Paris Kitchens: the Servant Problem

    Paris Kitchens: Servant Problem

    The problems with our kitchen's water supply can be reduced to: servants!  When I first moved to Paris, I was determined not to have an apartment with the... Read more

    The 21 November 2012 by   Sedulia
  • What It’s Really Like to Stay in a Castle Hotel in Germany

    What It’s Really Like Stay Castle Hotel Germany

    Like many girls, I dreamed of being a princess, not one of those damsels in distress but a kick-ass smart modern princess. Having not a drop of royal blood,... Read more

    The 10 November 2012 by   Monkeys And Mountains Adventure
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