One of the nicest things about this blog is that it has reopened my eyes. I have gotten used to living in the south of France; it has been good to look around me with fresh eyes as I think about stories to tell. 392 more words
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© Yann Coatsaliou, AFP | French presidential election candidate for the far-right Front National (FN) party Marine Le Pen arrives for a campaign meeting, on April 27, 2017 in Nice. 906 more words
What was the likelihood of our paths ever crossing? Pretty much zilch in a million, I estimate.
If she hadn’t bent down to tie her loosening shoe-lace or if I had had time to clean my greasy glasses before leaving home then we would never have met. 381 more words
On Thursday I had the chance to be a guest on The Glenn Beck Program to talk about the French Elections. We addressed questions regarding the persona of Marine Le Pen, the chances of Macron winning and similarities with what is happening in the United States. 22 more words
Rock N Roll Adventures organise school trips to France more professionally. It really makes the educational tour planning and whole experience better.
The world’s biggest wine-growing region is celebrating its 9th Terroirs et Millesimes en Languedoc. For publication in the week of 1 May 2017.
Xavier de Volontat, president of the group that represents the highest-quality wines in Languedoc-Roussillon, describes his region in southern France as the “world’s largest vineyard”. 1,058 more words