We all have our own definition of the word “strange” or “weird.”
For one person, it could be cycling nude on a bike trail in the mountains in the middle of winter while singing at the top of your lungs—to keep warm, of course.
Another may be a roommate who likes toast, ketchup, banana and cinnamon sandwiches. When it comes to acclimating in a foreign country, the meaning of “strange” can take on even more nuances, especially if you don’t speak the language of your adopted homeland.
As a new arrival in Paris, you probably want to experience everything all at once, and I don’t blame you.
I was the same way, too, when I came here, and if I’m honest, I still am.
Paris has so much to offer and there’s always something new to explore.
It’s one of the reasons Expats Paris was formed: to become a resource of all things Paris and help expatriates meet each other and form partnerships.
We reach out to newcomers, longtime residents, visitors, multinational companies and the like to create relationships that benefit everyone.
You’ve probably been here long enough to fall in love with your new home, and now, you want to spread that love and open a small business.
Expats Paris can help you reach potential customers in the expat community, and many of our features are free.
Paris has so much to offer. It’s a cultural mecca, as well as a leader in the arts. But there is a wealth of information on just about anything, no matter where you go or what grabs your interest in the city. Educational opportunities (free and otherwise) practically permeate the cobblestones.