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looking for polish friends interested in arts

My name is Marie, I'm 25 and I live in Courbevoie (near Paris). I'm looking for Polish pen-pals and friends who are interrested in classical or traditional musics, or art in general. I learn singing and I play the piano. I can speack French, English, German and Russian.

Re: looking for polish friends interested in arts

Hi Marie,

I hope you get this message,it would be nice to chat with someone in or near Paris.
I am 41, living in perth western australia and am seriously considering coming back to Paris. I was last there in 97/98 and loved every moment. I am polish, born in the uk and lived in australia most of my life I guess. I am interested in the arts I play saxophone and I service and repair woodwind instruments for a living. I am looking to contact polish people in Paris in order to investigate the possibility of getting work and a place to stay.
I do remember when I was there last, the very first evening out I met two polish ladies right outside the hotel I was staying at in Montmatre and then two families running market stalls at the plaza near Le Grande Arch.
Anyway as I mentioned, it would be great to chat and get some info from you and friends,