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lonely in majorca

Old Feb 4th 2010, 5:08 pm
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hi everyone
my daughter and her partner av recently moved to felanixt in majorca and are finding life a little lonely they have looked for ex pats groups and such but cannot find anything suitable near to where they live anyone any ideas please
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Old Mar 1st 2010, 8:57 pm
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Hi my wife and i are moving to cala dor in march would love to meet up and have a chat.
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Old Mar 7th 2010, 4:58 pm
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hi everyone
my daughter and her partner av recently moved to felanixt in majorca and are finding life a little lonely they have looked for ex pats groups and such but cannot find anything suitable near to where they live anyone any ideas please
try the coastal towns lots of english bars to meet people
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Old Mar 10th 2010, 4:46 am
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Sounds like you are a little worried about your family. If can be hard to socialise in rural area or if you can't speak the lingo too well.

A lot of us take the easy option and move to urbanisations or where there is already a lot of expatriates about.

Maybe best to go to the nearest expat community once in a while. Often there are 'group' activities or hobby clubs that may be of interest, often advertised or reported in the 'freebie' expat papers/magazines.

We just really cheeky and started asking any Brit we spotted in our area (Hondón Valley, Costa Blanca) about where, what, how things are done - now the better weather is coming you'll spot the Brits on the sunny side of the street - dining al fresco !

Maybe their council offices or local supermarket have a notice board ?

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