If you are a regular reader of the blog, you will know that the Boulangerie at Simiane-La-Rotonde, just across the […]
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Menerbes, a historic, beautiful village
We often find ourselves sitting on the wall at the front edge of the pretty village of Menerbes, whilst we’re […]
Gordes – the picture postcard village
I suppose any A to Z of this area wouldn’t be complete without having an entry about Gordes, the beautiful, […]
Watching the Sunset at Caseneuve
We’ve had a bit of a shift around of the furniture on our terrace this summer and if I’m honest […]
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 […]
The Legend of Roussillon – a tale of illicit love and a tragic end!
Yesterday morning I cycled up to Roussillon for the weekly market and to sit on the wall enjoying the view […]
Cycling, Coffee & Croissants!
Over the last 3 weeks Andy & I have covered nearly 2000 kilometres & climbed nearly 26 kilometres between us […]
A lovely day at the Sault Lavender Festival
I do enjoy a good festival – whether it’s a big County Show in England or a small local food […]
Treading in ancient footsteps at Les Baux-de-Provence
A few years ago now we headed across to Les Baux-de-Provence with our boys, after having seen the spectacular site […]
What do you mean by Varnishing my Exhibition?
A couple of months ago a friend, who owns a beautiful property in the centre of Saignon offered me the […]