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Do you have tips, ideas or other information that you would like to share with your fellow expats? Then post a message on our bulletin board below!

18 comments on “Bulletin Board

  1. Jan Smalheer

    Wordt deze site nog bijgehouden? Het laatste nieuws is van juni 2016.

  2. hansa

    If you want Dutch television abroad go to http://www.visioniptv5.webnode.nl , we dont accept people within the Netherlands

  3. Stef Smulders

    In case you still read Dutch, try the stories of our emigration to Italy in Italiaanse Toestanden – Leven en overleven in Italie. See http://italiaanse-toestanden.duepadroni.it for the first chapters and further info!

  4. Jikke Koopen

    Hi, Does anyone teach how to write in Nederlandse neat Nevada City, CA?
    Thanks JIkke

    • Jane

      Dulingo is an app that teaches Dutch free

  5. Philip van Dedem


    Buy Tickets now Trafalgar Square London. 3 course dinner + Charity Auction + Amazing Raffle items to win + After Party with band and DJ (all drinks are included)

    Almost sold out (+300 Guests)

  6. Ellen

    Je kunt afleveringen terug zien op uitzendinggemist.nl. Ik gebruik ook veel youtube om hele oude dingen te vinden voor de oudere generatie die in de jare vijftig naar Amerka zijn geemigreerd en nu in en bejaardenhuis zitten. Het geeft een hoop plezier om dat te laten zien.

  7. Jeff Dymowski

    I live in New York. Anywhere to order or buy Souvenirs from the New King’s Investiture?

  8. Willemien Hines

    unable to open the TV site to watch live TV tomorrow. can anyone advise?

  9. Leonel Silva


    I thought you would find interesting to know about Joining, the Place for Social Activities for Expats.

    Joining, is a new social platform (web and mobile) based in the Netherlands. The drive to meet new and interesting people is something shared by all expats around the world. Being far away from friends and family can be quite uncomfortable. Trying to meet people can be overwhelming. There are numerous websites telling about the cool things happening in each area. But how does somone know who is actually up for a tennis match or maybe just a drink? Thinking of that, Joining was built, a place where anyone can find people to meet for social activities.

    Please have a look at our website – http://www.joining.com – and feel free to plan or join activities!

  10. terry

    If anybody is interested in having sky tv or freesat tv installed then please contact us! http://www.skysat-digital.com
    We travel the whole of the country installing sky tv.
    We use only sky approved products shipped in from the uk..

  11. Alexander Lentjes

    Woon je als Nederlander in en om Bristol in Engeland, kom dan langs op de Nederlanders in Bristol Facebook groep. We organiseren kinder koffie ochtenden, biertjes en borres, Koninginedag, voetbal in de kroeg en wat je maar nog meer wilt. http://www.facebook.com/groups/2707405529/

    Are you a Dutch person living in Bristol, UK, do come and visit the Dutch in Bristol Facebook group. Queensday, football, coffee, drinks and family gatherings a plenty. http://www.facebook.com/groups/2707405529/

    • Corrinne Gerrist

      Hallo Ik woon in Wolverhamtpon is er ergnes in mij buurt zoiets zou heel fijn zijn.
      Alvast bedankt

  12. Luisterrijk

    Did you know that there are over 1500 Dutch language audio books to download? Check out http://www.luisterrijk.nl, a Dutch web shop that sells the audio books as mp3 files, so you can download them anaywhere in the world and play them on any device.
    The site itself is in Dutch, but there is an English page with some explanation: http://www.luisterrijk.nl/page/english

  13. Nicky

    I lived in Holland for just under a year – I particularly enjoyed Queen’s Day and New Year in the Netherlands. If you are there at New Year, you’ve got to try fresh olieballen (think that’s how you spell it?). They sell them from special vans, usually still warm.

  14. Joe

    I was lucky enough to spend 2 months in the Netherlands. My work sent me to the Hague. My biggest tip is use a bike to get around …it’s the best way to see the country and experience real Dutch life…and it’s much safer than cycling in the US. I think I lost a few pounds in those few weeks too!

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