Category Archives: france

Hannah Seidl on the Beauty of Life

One look at the hashtag on Hannah Seidl’s Twitter account says it all…#lovemyjob…and our chat with Hannah on Girls Do Coffee Ex-Pat Radio certainly confirmed that enthusiasm. When you see where Hannah works maybe it shouldn’t be that surprising that … Continue reading

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Dress my Glory

Gwen Jenner writes … Arriving at the salon, with my shapeless hairstyle insisting on a complete revamp, the busy girls enthusiastically welcome this owner of the now lack-lustre cut. Haven’t we all sat in the comfy chair, twisting and wheeling … Continue reading

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Pedal Power!

Dust off your bikes and shake out those lycra shorts…it’s time to get pedalling. Not for the first time, willing volunteers will be getting into the saddle in aid of an extremely worthwhile cause that goes under the name of … Continue reading

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First World Challenges

Having the water supply to the house cut off due to a mains leak recently got me thinking about how we take everyday services for granted. My immediate response was to investigate the problem, phone the water company and neighbours … Continue reading

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Dangerous Data and its Speedy Wheels

A man of many talents, our guest this morning John Stevens, furnished the Girls do Coffee show’s 54k listeners with a myriad of tales. Covering subjects such as racing photography and the dangers of standing with your camera at either … Continue reading

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New Landscapes, New Eyes

Deborah Alexander writes: I could be wrong. There might be scientists out there who are sent into transports of delight simply by looking at the periodic table. And why not? But, for me, it’s the map that combines practicality and … Continue reading

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The Mountains Are Calling and I Must Go

Reading through the catalogue of Rosemary Bailey’s books one might come to the conclusion that it is she who is drawn to the mountains, in particular the Pyrenees, but this would not be the whole story. Readers no doubt have … Continue reading

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