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expats in perigueux

Posted by dinah-906926 - Created: 9 months ago
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Posted by Swifty124-891005 - 8 months ago

And whoever want to join

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Posted by Swifty124-891005 - 8 months ago

Nancy, we have to start a gathering somewhere, available for lunch whenever 

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Posted by Ironbridge-10049573 - 8 months ago

try silver owl - nice people own it - one french and one american.

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Posted by Ncy-912124 - 9 months ago

Good evening,

As Andrew, I am available too !

Nancy

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Posted by Swifty124-891005 - 9 months ago

Well going back to the original, im in Perigueux and if anyone is about and want a drink or lunch etc im usually available to make one in!

Andrew


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Posted by kathyc-99557 - 9 months ago

I was never friends with my neighbours in the UK so I can't think of any reason why this would be the case in France.A nod, a smile and a "good morning/bonjour" is all I want from people who just happen to have bought houses in the same road as me (excluding emergencies).

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Posted by Fashion1 - 9 months ago

The dutch, belge and germans speak english also, but may not have your sense of humor. You could just try to go to the bars and see.


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Posted by Swifty124-891005 - 9 months ago

Its ok everyone saying mix with the French, my friends are French etc but when your Partner is French, your friends are French etc it is lovely to speak to fellow Brits now and again, different sense of humour etc. I live in Perigueux and it would be lovely to meet other "imigrants" 

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Posted by chèvrefeuille - 9 months ago

That's sad. In the time I've lived here my neighbours have become my friends. They seem to be pretty good at falling out with each other but I've been made very welcome. 

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Posted by dinah-906926 - 9 months ago

we have lived in a rural  french farming community for 10 years and have never really been accepted, that's why we would like to be closer to a ex pat community to form some sort of social life,any info would be appreciated