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Voyager Paris, Jour quatre

Bonjour, I am sorry this is late however the events of today were too important to stay up late and write this yesterday. More on that in the next one that will be posted after this one. 990 more words

Looking forward to the past

This week’s Iconic Buildings on Radio National’s Blueprint for Living highlights the wonder of Chartres cathedral (see here). I mention the recent contentious restoration of its internal painted walls which supposedly takes them back to the original colouring of the mid-1200s. 837 more words


Paris Adventures & Le Cordon Bleu Training Update 3

Woah! Time really flies when you’re very badly sick and learning new things :P

The weekend before last week, I had the company of my siblings for a few days in Paris. 1,034 more words



Monet’s Garden in Giverny, France


Impressionable Tapestry!

Yesterday was ‘rancho relaxo’, and other than a bit of driving, so is today!
We are off to Bayeux, near the D-Day beaches, pretty much west of Chartres but to get there we first head north about 100kms…only a slight detour, to visit the most famous small garden in France, Monet’s Garden in the hamlet of Giverny. 544 more words


Sunday Stills, the next challenge: Multiple flowers

A nice challenge on a dreary Monday here on the Gold Coast to brighten up the day. As per my previous post on Hill End, NSW, I took these lovely bright yellow daisies in Autumn. 92 more words

Weekly Photo Challenge