by Dave • Wed 24 Nov 2004 06:15
As far as I know there isn't one in English. Check out the FAQ; it recommends a French one that's very diagrammatic. If you have any specific questions, post them here and I'll answer them if I can.
by Dave • Wed 27 Oct 2004 08:44
That's a fair enough comment I guess, but it's not true in my experience as most of the English people I know in the Creuse work, either to supplement their pension or as a main form of income.
I'm an engineer.
I'll add a new category to the poll.
by Dave • Fri 22 Oct 2004 13:38
Right so you've packed the kids, spouse and pets into the large van together with all your worldly possessions and moved the lot to France, pleased at only being moderately fleeced crossing the channel. You bought a house and put the kids in school and fenced the dog in. The bills are arriving and t...
by Dave • Sat 28 Aug 2004 10:21
Items must be located in La Creuse (23) or the departments surrounding it (Haute-Vienne 87, Indre 36, Cher 18, Allier 03, Puy-de-Dome 63 and Correze 19). You must add your department number to the advert if not in the Creuse. Do not advertise or promote anything illegal. Do not post more than six a...
by Dave • Sat 28 Aug 2004 07:30
North, South, East or West which part of Creuse is best?
I live in the north almost on the boarder of Indre, although I've also lived in the SW as well. I reckon this is one of the most rural parts with rolling hills and little industry, compared even to the rest of the department.