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My travels have taken me all around northern Europe and all across our nearest continental neighbour, France. From the northern coastline down to the hot and…

Walking the ancient streets of any of Provence village, you can’t help but delight in the aromas of jasmine, iris and mimosa floating in the air. And that means…

One of the joys of being in France is, of course, the food. Even peanut butter on a fresh from the bakery baguette is wonderful But several cheeses following…

The town of Nyons is home to a modified factory which is a scourtinerie.  Coconut fibre ("coir") from India was spun into fine rope and used to make filters…

Out our front door the narrow passageway is part of the uppermost path which encircles the church lawn and goes in front of the church itself. No cars here! In…
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