Sahebzadah Carole

French-speaking freelancer interested in web related works ( webwriting, copywriting, French translations, blogging, e-commerce B2B strategies, and online marketing). Part of the Expatclic team. Owner of Annonces Golfe, a website that gathers the francophone expat communites living in the Gulf area through ads and companies promotions. A Small translation and webresearch service for bloggers is available on Annonces Golfe. www.annoncesgolfe.com

When I lived in Peru, I had the pleasure to discover Pachamanca, a fascinating Peruvian dish. In Quechua, Pachamanca means “earth pot”. It is an ancient...

    For the past 25 years, the Lemon Festival has been the biggest celebration in the Goleta area and it keeps getting better each year. Be...

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Food in wartime is an interesting exhibition currently shown at the Resistance Museum in Amsterdam (until 28th May 2017). Sorry for the blurred pictures!...

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Caroline tells us about her most recent creation, the blog Crear para Endulzar (Create to Sweeten), which collects the creations of her partner Sergio....

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