Let them vote – the race to the Palace

The Foothills of the Pyrenees this week in the Spring sunshine

The French do not believe in simplifying anything more than necessary, particularly when it comes to any official process; bureaucracy – and one’s ability to deal with it – being the basis of the French class system (not that the French like to . . . → Read More: Let them vote – the race to the Palace

Alive and thriving in our hidden corner of France

Nadia Jordan and family felt life was predictable, so they left for a place where no one talks about house prices

The first question we are often asked when people discover we live in France is why did we move, lock stock and barrel with three young children to a place practically nobody has heard . . . → Read More: Alive and thriving in our hidden corner of France

It’s all in the detail

This is a bit of a méli-mélo or hotchpotch of a blog today because I have one snippet of information that is fascinating but useless and another which is boring but highly useful! So with which to start?

Let’s get changes to french inheritance law out of the way first which will . . . → Read More: It’s all in the detail