Hi from France

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  1. Khaima

    Khaima Read Only Funster

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    Bonjour,

    We are newcomers from France (South of France)
    <we are just back from a quite long trip in Soith West France (Arcachon) and UK (Soithampton area) We enjoyed (?) snow and freezing temperature but visiting London for Christmas was a great experience. We even met Santa in London!

    We are now back to our place (near Toulon) and packing for a long journey in Morocco through Spain. We plan to leave Toulon on January 15th and we shall take the Est cosat of Spain to reach Algeziras. Then we shall go to the very south of Morocco following the west coast and spend fexw weeks in the south.

    We own a brand new Motorhome Challenger Mageo 7,4 m.
    Hay new year to all of you

    Richard & Catherine
     
  2. Snowbird

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    Hi Richard and Catherine, have a good trip to Marroc and hope to here about your travels.
     
  3. dellwood33

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    flyingwelcome

    Welcome to MotorhomeFun ::bigsmile:

    Sounds like a marvellous trip :Smile:
     
  4. yodeli

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    Welcome on board!

    I might be a bit thick but ... are you french or english then?Reading you i would say french as your english looks very scholar from what i know about it :winky::Smile:

    Et un couple français de plus , un!



    Amicalement


    Frankie::bigsmile:::bigsmile:
     
  5. Geo

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    Love your English Frankie (Its better than mine):thumb:
    You even write with a French Accent
     
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    :welcomefunster: Wish l was going too!

    Craig
     
  7. Heyupluv

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    Frankie he may be English....and he may be texting from his mobile....we have a friend in England sends us emails from his phone.... something like a blackberry...its terrible and hard to understand:Doh:......or he may be French as you say !!??:thumb: and I thought the names sound a little more English than French.....Richard & Catherine

    Mel:thumb:
     
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    hi and welcome to the site, to add to the confusion I would think you are English, hee hee, whatever enjoy the site.
     
  9. Jim

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    Hi Richard & Catherine, welcome to the fun :thumb:
     
  10. yodeli

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    :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:thought i 'd improve it in some way but each time i learn something more i think OMG i'll never get it all! :cry::cry: never mind as long as i can be understood!:winky:


    Amicalement


    Frankie:Smile::Smile:
     
  11. yodeli

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    Hiya Mel!


    The names Richard and Catherine are very common in France as well so quite difficult to tell.
    I did get everything they said on their post:winky: when i say scholar, i should have said very school english (see i keep translating from french into english , while i should think straight in english:Doh:) ,but i could have said very pure in their way of talking which is quite seldom on sites. You would say '"i'll" more than "i shall" in a post ! language on forums are very different than in everyday life.
    Let us know Richard and Catherine :thumb::thumb::thumb:


    Amicalement


    Frankie:Smile::Smile:
     
  12. Heyupluv

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    Ok Frankie Mel :thumb: It was just a thought
     
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