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Walking with llamas

I’m up for pretty much anything, so when a friend suggested we go walking with llamas, I agreed right away.  The llamas live in the hamlet of Pez, near Pardailhan, and are owned by Murielle Marcle and Christian Tinel.  464 more words

Travel

Epigenetics - Connecting with our ancestors

We have  seen in the movie Avatar, the tree of Eywa that was the connection to their ancestors.the beautiful lit up pink tree but if we take a look within ourselves, each and everyone has a tree of Eywa inside us.It is present in our genes. 253 more words

Biology

Why buy in the Languedoc Roussillon? Part one-country village life?

Ten true reasons why we bought a village house here in the Aude region of Southern France

1) For a small price we can live in an ancient village steeped in history and local culture… 129 more words

Renovation And Restoration Diary- France

A feast of colour

On a recent trip to Narbonne I made two discoveries, both prompted by a friend who had recently told me about them.  The first was a restaurant I had never before visited:  … 1,120 more words

Travel

Similarities between our body and a software ?

We have millions of things around us-the various ways of communication,factories,schools etc..But do we ever think of what goes inside our body or even as a matter of fact one single cell.We could say that a city like Bangalore is one of the most busiest cities. 304 more words

Biology

No more Vins de Pays

A couple of weeks ago, in Bristol Wine Blog, I was complaining about the introduction of the Gran Selezione category into the wines of Chianti. I fear I’m becoming a Grumpy Old Man as, this time, I turn my attention to the replacement of France’s Vin de Pays category with Indication Géographique Protégée. 331 more words

Wine