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looking for young families -CDS

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looking for young families -CDS

Post Posted: Tue Jul 04, 2006 1:59 am

Hi, obviously cant tell the ages of your writers, but wondering if anyone is or knows of any young families in Malaga province area. Daughter and son in law - early 20's moving over with baby and would welcome getting together with similar for online advice chats or meeting up for social. many thanks.

 

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Re: looking for young families -CDS

Post Posted: Tue Jul 04, 2006 4:42 am

onHI
Nice to know theres other young families that are making the big move to Spain.
I'm 23, my husband is 29 and we have two young children a girl who is nearly 3 and a boy who turned 1 last week.
We decided back in March to move to southern Spain to try and offer our children a better life.
Our house is currently on the market in the uk (fingers crossed it will sell pretty soon as its been on for a while) but as soon as that happens we'll be on the plane!
We're coming over to Spain on the 13th July to look for a house, jobs and to apply for our NIE numbers (and to get my little girls name on the school list).
We've been looking at moving to Corte de Baza, its a gorgeous little village, but haven't got my heart set on it yet (depends on where my other half finds work and where we find a house we want to rent!)
I'd love to hear from your family - so if they want to have a chat sometime then tell them to send me a message.
You never know we might be meeting up one day for coffee in Spain.
Hope to hear from you soon
Natalie x

 

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Re: looking for young families -CDS

Post Posted: Fri Jul 07, 2006 2:47 am

Hi Natalie, please find message in your private box.

 

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Re: looking for young families -CDS

Post Posted: Sun Jul 09, 2006 7:27 pm

Hi, it's nice to hear there are young families looking to find friends. Me (22), my husband (35) and our little girl (1,5 year) are living in the Costa Blanca area, near Torrevieja. I have been living in Spain for almost 5 years now, and i have some decemt experience about Spain. I would be happy to help or just have a nice chat online or in real. Good luck!

 

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Re: looking for young families -CDS

Post Posted: Wed Jul 12, 2006 3:41 pm

i´m 24 and live in alhaurin el grande, so not that far from torreblanca.

theres plenty of "youngsters" all over the place, just not many of them go online to these forums Smile


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Re: looking for young families -CDS

Post Posted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 6:19 pm

We're in Coin, moved here in March this year so we've not been here that long ourselves. We've got 4 year old twins.

 

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Re: looking for young families -CDS

Post Posted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 7:14 pm

- Kristy

We're in Coin, moved here in March this year so we've not been here that long ourselves. We've got 4 year old twins.



How lovely Kristy, I dont live to far from you perhaps we could meet up in la trocha for a drink and your hubby could meet mine.

It could be really good fun Very Happy

 

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