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Le Blagueur à Paris

A "blagueur" in french is a prankster or a joker. Le Meg tries to earn this title with each irreverant post about food, music and life in the city of lights. Le Meg works in health policy and lives on the northeast side of Paris. She ...

Living for disco

Written by Rachie, a VSO volunteer lost in the depths of urban Windhoek. When not busy saving the world, she likes to 'spend time wrestling leopards, or roasting antelopes on a spit in my back yard. Because that's what we do in Namibia.'

Petite anglaise - lost, in France

An Englishwoman's persepctive on her life in Paris. It touches on personal issues: raising a toddler alone, breakup of her marriage, and the furore surrounding her dismissal from work when her blogging was discovered.

Postcard from Provence

Julian Merrow-Smith is a British painter living in Provence, posting a daily postcard-sized painting from Provence. He was recently featured in the New York Times, and descibed by Yahoo Picks as follows: ...

Sour grapes

The blog presence of Brussels's second-funniest humour columnist writing in English. TV, music, politics, books, art. Global diatribe covering an area the size of Belgium. May contain traces of peanuts

What do I know?

Headed by a quote from George Bernard Shaw, this blog gives an American perspective on life in Britain. It is published by Kathy Flake, who recently moved to the UK, where she raises a dog, a teenager, and some struggling houseplants; ...

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