A few thoughts on what has changed and what has stayed the same in Provence over the last 30 years, since our first visit and the publication of A Year in Provence
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Poppies & Cherries – Provence has turned red.
Having arrived back in Provence a few of days ago I’ve been really surprised at how much things have changed […]
3 ‘Small but Perfectly Formed’ Provence markets
There is something wonderful about a traditional French market and over the years we’ve spent a considerable amount of time […]
Cycling, Coffee & Croissants!
Over the last 3 weeks Andy & I have covered nearly 2000 kilometres & climbed nearly 26 kilometres between us […]
It’s nice to be back & Spring has arrived!
Once again we have flung open the shutters on the house, switched the hot water on, filled the fridge & […]
A perfectly quirky coffee stop
I make no bones about it – I love a good coffee stop and La Vie en Rose at Coustellet […]
A Winter’s Sunday pottering in Provence
I always love Sundays in and around the Luberon, whether it’s an early morning start in the summer to head […]
A 3 day taster trip to the Vaucluse – where do I start?
This last week has been lovely – the house has been full (a great test of the temporary fabric walls […]
Food, Flowers & Fashion -Sunday in Coustellet
For a long time the only market we tended to go to on a Sunday was the massive event that […]