** Two English Mums with 28 years experience living in France! **
Accommodation searches short, medium & long term
Help with house purchases (we are not an estate agent, therefore totally without bias)
Help with Utilities - English speaking contacts for all requirements (Banking, Insurance....)
English TV installation - Telephone & internet installations
Holiday Home / Gite Management (15 years experience in the UK Travel Industry)
Making friends - Helping with schools, creches, nannies, shopping, home-making...
We charge an hourly rate or part thereof
Our overall aim? To get you independent as quickly and painlessly as possible
Telling you how it is, no rose-tinted spectacles here.

Le Bookshop Montpellier

Cercle Littéraire
Samedi 23 janvier – Cercle Littéraire « The Tortilla Curtain » TC Boyle à 16h30

The Tortilla Curtain is the story of two couples, immigration (in)equality, humanity and much more. Cándido Rincón and América -two illegal immigrants who are dreaming of the good life in California- cross paths with Delaney and Kyra Mossbacher - two well-off Californians. The two couples' paths cross unexpectedly when Cándido is hit and injured by Delaney, who is driving his car along the suburban roads near his home. For different reasons, each man prefers not to call the police or an ambulance, and Delaney soothes
his conscience by giving Cándido "$200 blood money," explaining to Kyra that "He's a Mexican." From that moment on, the lives of the two couples are constantly influenced by the other.

Children’s story reading
Wednesday January 6th, 13th, 20th and 27th at 4PM – Children’s story reading with a native English speaker. From 4 to 4.30 PM it is for ages 3-5 and from 4.30 to 5 PM for ages 5-7

Conversation exchange 5 – 7 PM / Echange de conversation 17h00 - 19h00 :
Friday 8th, 15th and 22nd of January – conversation exchange French-English/anglais-français

Friday 29th of January – conversation exchange French-Spanish/German

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