The Lou Messugo Blog - life in the south of France from a British/Australian TCK's perspective, bringing you French culture, travel on the Côte d'Azur and beyond, expat issues and a little bit of je ne sais quoi all mixed up with a hefty dose of photography.
Do you want to know more about me? Do you want to read more of my writing? Then you're in the right place. I've put together a list of other blogs where I've been written about, featured or written for.
Here you'll find articles written about me or my gîte and pieces I've contributed to other blogs.
Chez vous, chez moi at Entrepreneurial Expat
Rendezvous with Rovers at Reflections Enroute
Multilingualism in my family at The Piri-Piri Lexicon
A day in my expat life at The Expat Partner's Survival Guide
5 free things to do in Nice with kids at The World is a Book
Holiday Snapshots at My Travel Monkey
10 Tips for successful travel with your teens at Oregon Girl Around the World
School bags around the world at The Piri-Piri Lexicon
Memorable Journeys at The Expat Partner's Survival Guide
Weekly Blogger Round-Up at Aussie in France
Geography for kids - flags around the world at Kid World Citizen
Markets around the world at Multicultural Kid Blogs
Show me around your neighbourhood at The Piri-Piri Lexicon
Holiday home owner uses Pinterest to create site traffic at Cottage Blogger
20 Incredible Places to Visit in France at Elena's Travelgram
Global differences: having a baby abroad at Mummy in Provence
Where in the world? at Southern Kissed
A holiday rental in Provence at Perfectly Provence
Third Culture Kid's Provence at Perfectly Provence
Mothers and Sons across the World at Multicultural Kid Blogs
Fathers and Sons across the World at Multicultural Kid Blogs
Very shocked to hear of the latest terror attack in France. As it was in your area, we hope you and your family and friends are safe. Our thoughts are with you.
Victoria and Andrew Dixon
(Holidayed at Lou Messugo, Sept 2015)
Hi Victoria and Andrew, thanks for your thoughts and concern. We are all fine thankfully but very shocked and saddened.
Wonderful that you have been interviewed and talked about so much, well done. I enjoyed finding out more about you through these links.