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Biscarrosse, France

This is the view from the top of the largest sand dune in Europe ~ La Dune Du Pyla.

But first, let’s go back. After visiting Jerome’s vineyard, and having those fabulous oysters we all packed up to go to Cedric’s (enologist for Katrine’s vineyard) home. 932 more words


The French and Things that are Not Things

It’s the small differences between western countries that catch you out. When many things appear so familiar, you expect them to act in familiar ways. 718 more words


Early morning autumn moods

Early morning low cloud hangs around the valley sides and comes and goes in a seemingly haphazard fashion, ten minutes later it had all changed into bright sunshine. 22 more words


nouvelle vie à paris

After a marvelous summer idling around Italy and then another couple weeks of limbo in France, I am now settled in Paris.  It’s back to real life, and therefore a job. 1,499 more words


Les Jardins de Colette

After the honey harvest, Amelia and I gave ourselves a few days of holiday and went to the Corrèze region of France.  We discovered that the area around Brive-la-Gaillarde was both beautiful and had so many pretty towns and attractions that we promised ourselves to return in future. 466 more words


Railings Review......

Its been a busy summer here at Maison Mûrier, we have had lots of fabulous guests staying and amazing weather for us all to enjoy. 323 more words

Living In France

What colour is honey?

There are those beekeepers who maintain that the bee keeping year ends at this time of the year; others believe that the year really starts after the honey harvest as one prepares the hives for the coming year, looking forward to the Spring collection. 702 more words