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  1. Hi

    Unless we can see the conditions on your house policy we will never know, normally damage is covered and in my experience the repairs to the faulty pipes

    "Our house insurance covers us for burst pipes, flooding etc," So which pipes, rivers ,rain what does etc include

    It may not be a great house policy but best read it
  2. Many people do not understand the freedom of a camper van its nothing like a caravan often under 3500kl Its a car with beds cooking facilities and shower toilet etc ,for a days run the only thing we need is fresh water and a parking space

    Over Christmas for free I spent 3 weeks in Spain and Portugal France is the best many communes are free
  3. [quote user="AnOther"]I'm amazed anybody still believes that door on the wrong side nonsense, I would have to surmise that they are probably the same feeble minded folk who fall for 419 scams and phishing emails which the vast majority can spot from 500 paces !

    [/quote]

    So I am feeble minded but managed to live in France for 20 years and still short of 2 years of retirement get a life AnOther and do don't insult others you do not know

    I would like to meet you in real life and have a man to man slagging
  4. Hi

    I think your biggest problem is the caravan doors open on the wrong side of the road and gas fittings and replacing the head lights

    I suggest you flog it in the UK no one in Europe is going to buy it later with a French registration and buy a registered Left hand drive vehicle its difficult enough driving one let alone on the wrong side of the road
  5. "So I’m not asking for sponsorship with nothing in return. I’m offering you a service and in return I ask that you make a donation"

    As an atheist "The best of fortune"

    If this charity is important to you why not forgo the long walk and just donate the money you would have spent or am I paying for your holiday ,admittingly with a good intent
  6. Hi

    Maritime pines? I guess were in le Landes rather than the Pays Basque

    Tourist attractions Skiing, Bayonne and Biarritz,to name a few I have lived there for 10 years compared to the Aude and dordogne/correze it's great

    As for Quillan Google earth,the street view will give you a good idea one house was for sale for 1 euro ,its surrounded with b arriers now

    Whilst I lived there for a few months two houses were burnt down in two weeks
  7. Hi

    Quillan is just down the road for me it's the pits After 18 months nearby cannot wait to move back to the Pays Basque The Aude is a very poor area cheap properties but poor services and the locals are not friendly beggars are everywhere begging a cigarette I have lived in France 20 years and this area is not on my hit list we have to travel 30 minutes along a tight gorge to Axat for a Doctor and dentist because there are no professionals locally
  8. Hi

    I may be grumpy but at least replied to a 18 month old post

    On the other hand after living in France for 20 years in three different areas can not wait to move on This area is a deprived poor dump full of cats, beggars old shut up shops and miserable people

    Just one supermarket for the whole population a good kilometre plus

    PS luvinlife best of luck for your adventure for me no regrets
  9. Hi

    Well she is not a resident in France how can that be spending more time in the UK As a French female she will always be known by her birth name regardless what you and her try later

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  10. I agree with PaulT the politicians may have agreed but as I have no connections with the UK for 20 years so what has that got to do with me, just my health care and pension

    I will stop worrying about them in deference to a women I have not known and for an unknown reason someone killed her

    Its times like this I am pleased to have left the UK and its inhabitants/ Forum Moderators bonkers ideas
  11. Hi

    Many supermarkets offer van hire . Check out their web sites

    I used Bricomarche a few years back very happy

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    Plusieurs forfaits de location allant de la demi-journée au week-end s’adaptent à vos exigences. Exemple : 12 € TTC (kilomètres en supplément) la demi-journée en semaine pour l’utilitaire de 7m3. Les tarifs de location comprennent l’assurance tous risques avec franchise en cas de panne. Pour tout complément d'information sur le contrat, n'hésitez pas à contacter votre magasin.

    Retrouvez sur le parking de votre Bricomarché, nos véhicules utilitaires 7 m3, 12 m3 et 15 m3 : renseignez-vous à l'accueil de votre magasin.

    Pour profiter de ce service, vous devez être âgé d’au moins 21 ans et être détenteur du permis de conduire depuis plus d’un an. Le véhicule ne peut être utilisé qu’en France métropolitaine et dans ses pays limitrophe
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