Political uncertainty in Europe, and media focus on the formation of Trump’s cabinet has given some respite for the Pound.
The group ‘Oui au pays catalan’ ask you to help to keep the region’s Catalan identity by writing to your local mairie and asking for them to put up a ‘Pays Catalan’ sign next to the entrance of your town or village – if it doesn’t have one already.
Our friend Jo had done the unthinkable. She had organised her own death, which was to take place in Switzerland at the offices of Dignitas. She’d asked Arthur if he wanted in on the ticket. “I can negotiate two for the price of one?” she said, referring to her days as a buyer.
1. Match up these idiomatic sayings 1. J’ai d’autres chats à fouetter 2. Ce n’est pas un cadeau 3. Réserver le meilleur pour la fin 4. Je vous tiens à ma merci 5. C’est simple…
with John Fairclough This is my first Airport Review since the momentous Brexit vote in June. Of course, the airports and airlines had already fixed their Winter 2016-17 flight schedules long before this, and so far,…
1 Trouvez la bonne définition 1 un atelier a) le propriétaire d’un restaurant b) un endroit ou l’on fabrique ou répare des objets c) un magasin qui vend du tabac 2 une action a) portion…
Journalist Phil Becker lives in Perpignan and works for « La Semaine du Roussillon », following a series of temporary jobs in Pyrénées-Orientales. He describes himself as a ‘job nomad’. He has done a bit of everything… but finds stability in writing
Here is the latest update (November 18th) with a recap of all flights on sale from/to Carcassonne & Perpignan for Winter 2016/2017 & Summer 2017.
So far, Jo had figured a great deal in our Ceret story. In the early days, when we couldn’t speak the language and hadn’t a clue how things worked, she’d gone to extraordinary lengths to help us and along the way we’d become firm friends. I thought long and hard about including this part of what happened to her in this blog, but came to the conclusion that she would have preferred to have had her story told. I hope that it will be taken in the spirit in which it is written, a homage to a dear friend.
Locked in cage for dog home
Déborah Warlaumont has locked herself in a cage at the dogs’ home “Un gite Une gamelle” in Rivesaltes.