Euro 2016: A Welsh ex-pat's guide to Bordeaux
A Welsh family living in Bordeaux have said most French people think their native land is in England.
Patricia and Alan Davey moved to the city 10 years ago from Deeside.
Mr Davey, a pastor, originally of Porth, Rhondda Cynon Taff, and his wife work at a church in the French city hosting Wales opening game in the Euro 2016 football championship.
Mrs Davey, 56, tells us about life in Bordeaux and what, if anything, the French know about Wales.
11 Jun 2016
- From the section Wales