It seems life in Strasbourg maybe about to get complicated for us expats, again. Having
A few weeks ago I vowed to find us an escape from Strasbourg on the
If you’ve lived in France for any length of time you will be familiar with the frozen-foods store PICARD. If you’ve never heard of it – imagine something across between Marks and Spencer’s and Iceland: rows of chest freezers brimming with top-quality, petrified nosh.
To help customers identify what’s in each freezer…
If my time as a freelancer in France has taught me anything – it’s not
I guess you might call it a case of mild reverse culture shock. Although I’ve
There is a small red Smart car that has been parked down at the end of our road for the past two weeks. Emblazoned across it’s side is the old English word for ‘moreover’ : Yea! (pronounced yay). Normally anyone who forgets to move their car from this particular spot, in less then three hours, would find themselves with a parking ticket; but this one seems to be immune…
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So satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo lives-on. It’s mission to raise a chuckle from the absurdities of life and poke fun at hypocrites will continue unabated – and for this I am glad. No-one should be considered above criticism. Religions, politicians, businessmen, celebrities all deserve to have their words and influence deconstructed.
And this is where the whole “Je suis Charlie” campaign falls down…
Frank was in town yesterday to nag the bureaucrats about their lack of enthusiasm for
A juvenile observation for you today: the wax you put on your skis is known