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loanna posted Mattress on sale on the Belgium forum:
Hi, I sell a mattress model: Hamarvix Ikea: 90X200. available: end of December cost price: 80 Euro, selling price ( almost new) 50 Euro.
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catchahat posted Small business opportunity on the Belgium forum:
I am Vilia, originally from Europe living in Cuenca, Ecuador and looking for partners to make business with Panama Hats. Hats are handmade of palm fiber which grows only in Ecuador. It is called Panama Hat because the Canal builders used to wear it at the beginning of XX century. Panama Hat is the UNESCO heritage of Ecuador. I am looking for the partners to sell hats in your country. To start an ellegant, stylish venture - you need only few hundred US$. For more info please contact:
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therealchar posted New in Bruges? on the Belgium forum:
Hello, I'm new to Bruges and I want to meet people, make friends and discover the city. I can speak French and English. I'm looking for people around 23/30 years old. Cheers!
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PattySring posted Want to buy furniture on the Belgium forum:
Anyone leaving Brussels? Would like to buy furniture. Living room, dining room and master bedroom.
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Fiocchip replied to the thread Nanny in Bruges on the Belgium forum:
Fiocchip initially posted:
Does anybody know what is the best way to find a live in nanny, Dutch mother tongue , for family living in Brugge?
Fiocchip replied most recently with:
Anne, where do you live? Are you looking for a live-in or a live-out position? CVs can be sent to Thanks, Paola
loanna replied most recently with:
Hi, I am not a native Dutch speaker,but I speak Dutch. Let me know, Anne
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loanna posted Italian or Spanish lessons? on the Belgium forum:
Hi, do you want to learn Italian or Spanish? I give private lessons of both languages. If interested,write me a message
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yasserak posted Rent a Room? on the Belgium forum:
Hi I started the process of relocating to Belgium. Any one interested to rent a room? At the first year, I will be travelling most of the time... So, the city/ area doesn't really matter as long as it's clean and cheap Thanks
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Tassie25 posted Moving to Liege on the Belgium forum:
Hi All Couple of topics: 1) Would appreciate any recommendations on shipping companies that are able to move things from Tasmania, Australia to Liege Belgium. 2) Information on storage of items in Liege - am trying to decide if I should ship my kayak and other larger sports items or (sadly) part with them. Cheers from Tassie
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conmarian replied to the thread Nanny for Brussels on the Belgium forum:
conmarian initially posted:
We are looking for a nanny to help us with our two sons (too little angels - well behaving) one of 6 months and the other one 4 years in Brussels. The children are going to school and creche we need help picking one of them up and after school. If the nanny speaks English the better, but this is not a prerequisite. If you are interested, or know somebody who is interested please contact us via the "Send private message" of this website. Regards
conmarian replied most recently with:
Hi, I sent you a private message with the answers to your questions.
Blackmagicwoman replied most recently with:
Hello How soon do you require for the nanny to start, what sort of hours are you wanting and also please advise what the salary would be. Thank you SM
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