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Two Weeks in Provence – Day 10 – A ‘crafty’ morning @ Forcalquier

To be honest after 2 days of going to markets the boys felt they needed the morning off and opted to stay at the house whilst hubby & I headed off to Forcalquier for the morning. 651 more words


Should we worry about the US economy?

So far this year, investing in the S&P 500 index would have achieved an abysmal return of 2.26 percent. So there is no surprise that there is no shortage of pundits calling for a market crash in 2015 like this… 591 more words


Two Weeks in Provence -Day 9 - A quiet cycle & the 'Fete de L'Olivier'

Sunday here really wouldn’t be Sunday without a trip to L’Isle Sur La Sorgue market and today was no exception, particularly as I had noticed that there would be an extended Brocante market over the Pentecost Bank Hoilday. 713 more words


To market, to markit 

I love a good market and thankfully Melbourne is full of them. From the dodgy (Carribean Gardens anyone?), to the quirky (Finders Keepers), you’ll find something to suit. 290 more words


Two Weeks in Provence – Day 8 - A family picnic & an unexpectedly hilly cycle

Overnight I have gone from being on my own to having my hubby & 2 boys with me, which is lovely and as expected has added a new, very nice dimension to the holiday . 690 more words


Two Weeks in Provence – Day 7 –Breakfast with a view & Crafts in Avignon

Today started with blue skies and the wind of the last couple of days had certainly dropped, which meant a day’s cycle ahead. The morning started though with feeding the chickens, who have become quite good friends over the past week and I must admit I now find  it hard to contemplate renting a holiday home without them, great for getting rid of the kitchen scraps from the night before and good company too. 889 more words


Two Weeks in Provence - Day 6 - Back on the bike & head-on into the Mistral

Today dawned brightly enough, but it was clear that the wind had increased overnight and was gusting quite viciously at times, so much so that the cushions from the sun-loungers had been blown around the garden. 935 more words