It’s just before 7am and after an unexpectedly longer stay in the UK than planned, I am finally en route home and back to Andy in Provence, and if all goes well, he should be waiting for me at Avignon just after 9.15 tonight (hopefully in Fifi, as that would be even more perfect) It’s … More Homeward Bound, London, Paris, Provence
Next week the Tour De France passes through some of our favourite villages and along some of our favourite roads.. passing through the lavender fields it will be spectacular, and I will be watching it from the sofa back in the UK! … More Travelling, Testing and the Tour De France
after months of confinement, the restrictions are starting to be lifted in france…. and just the first signs of normality returning are a delight … More A Glimpse of Normality
I think it would be more than fair to say that this year has had more than its share of twists and turns for us, certainly keeping us on our toes and forcing us very firmly outside our comfort zone of being able to plan. And this week has been no different. We actually thought … More Another week, another year older and another new doorway
I can honestly say that yesterday felt like a holiday. I know that probably sounds a bit ridiculous – I’m in Provence, I cycle almost every day, I have stunning villages to visit and explore, surely every day should feel like a holiday. The fact is that generally it does and don’t get me wrong, … More Back to a Brocante – with a bit of planning ahead.