Bretons don’t make a splash in bars

Bretons don’t make a splash in bars

One of the most obvious characteristics of expatriate communities in France is that they are largely made up of retirees. They don’t really mix with the French. Strange thing is, it still works. No animosity, at least not to my knowledge.

In these communities (and throughout France, I’m sure), all regions of England are represented, so much so that conversations in local pubs range from Yorkshire, Wiltshire, Kent, Devon, Birmingham… or even That talks with Angus as well. [un comté écossais],

Humor is the cement that holds everything together. The British appreciate self-mockery. On a Sunday afternoon, it’s not unusual to see French people sitting comprehensibly staring at English* died of laughter after a satire, which French PR

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