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February holiday

March 7, 2017 by Helen on Travel, travails and happinesses, Dordogne

Over recent years we have had the pleasure of finding new places for a few days holiday, within driving distance of South west France. Martel beyond… Read more…

February holiday

Lidoire valley villages

February 17, 2017 by Mimi Beck Knudsen on Lot of Livin’, Dordogne

One recent sunny afternoon, we drive a short distance to explore some towns we’ve never heard of. The Lidoire is a tributary of the Dordogne river…. Read more…

Lidoire valley villages

Everybody’s second sea …

October 7, 2016 by Jim on Watching for Polar Bears, Dordogne

If, as Thomas Jefferson said, France is every person’s second country, then, by the same token, the Mediterranean is surely every person’s second sea.  And our… Read more…

Everybody’s second sea …

Nelson 1, France 0

June 20, 2016 by Fraz on Fraz in France, Dordogne

The late George Harrison left us with those immortal words, ‘here comes the sun’, something I would be only too delighted to utter this year as… Read more…

Nelson 1, France 0

Congratulations to Elephant Haven for your land purchase!

May 31, 2016 by Puss In Boots on Furry Tales, Dordogne

ELEPHANT HAVEN HAS FINALISED THE PURCHASE OF THE LAND!! As of 25th of May, Elephant Haven is  the legal owner of the beautiful piece of land at… Read more…

Congratulations to Elephant Haven for your land purchase!

THE MOHICAN LIVES

May 11, 2015 by Rick on A Storyteller in the Dordogne, Dordogne

What note does the Hoopoe sing? I don’t know? But its very distinctive three note oopooing is one of the delights we’ve come to love now… Read more…

THE MOHICAN LIVES

Buying and selling a vineyard in France

February 27, 2015 by Edouard & Lucy on Chambariere and Associates give legal and financial advice for Expats in France, Dordogne

  The particularities of purchases in the wine sector are not well known, especially to foreign investors.Let’s take a quick insight into this sector that is… Read more…

Buying and selling a vineyard in France

Income tax reform news

September 26, 2014 by Nick on Financial Insights from South-West France, Dordogne

French Prime Minister, Manuel Valls, recently declared his intention to remove the 5.5% income tax rate. This is part of the Government’s policy of seeking to… Read more…

Income tax reform news

How to decide whether a move abroad is right for you

June 6, 2014 by Rural Writer on English Alien in France, Dordogne

One morning in March I shocked many – including myself – when I suddenly upped and moved to a country where I don’t speak the language,… Read more…

How to decide whether a move abroad is right for you

A case of ‘The Willies’

May 25, 2014 by The Claret Slicer on Corks & Walks, Dordogne

noun  (the willies) informal a strong feeling of nervous discomfort: that gave him the willies During our road trip the other day when we visited some… Read more…

A case of ‘The Willies’
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