Writing a New French Travel Book in Lockdown

Monet’s House & Giverny The story goes that Monet in his search for a house to accommodate his growing family set out one day from Paris by train and spotted what was then the tiny hamlet of Giverny. Standing out in the cluster of properties along Giverny’s long main street he saw from his carriageContinue reading “Writing a New French Travel Book in Lockdown”

Writing a New French Travel Book in Lockdown

Monet’s House & Giverny The story goes that Monet in his search for a house to accommodate his growing family set out one day from Paris by train and spotted what was then the tiny hamlet of Giverny. Standing out in the cluster of properties along Giverny’s long main street he saw from his carriageContinue reading “Writing a New French Travel Book in Lockdown”

St Paul de Vence a beautiful French perched village

St Paul de Vence is felt by many to be the loveliest of the perched villages in the south of France. Perhaps, but I do love Bonnieux! St Paul de Vence, an attractive, compact village became a magnet for artists and art lovers in the 1920’s, when a group of impressionist painters rediscovered this sleeping neglected village.Continue reading “St Paul de Vence a beautiful French perched village”

Uphill Estuary Weston Bay Somerset A special place

A perfect morning as we look over the Axe Estuary from Uphill Nature Reserve. The path leads around to the boatyard from her at the Axe Estuary at the end of the beach at Weston Super Mare Somerset England. The land that gets the tidal flow over it is rich in wild flowers and especiallyContinue reading “Uphill Estuary Weston Bay Somerset A special place”

Padstow Harbour Cornwall England

Padstow is one of our favourite Cornish towns. The harbour is a great place to enjoy an outdoor meal, perhaps a fresh crab sandwich and a pint. The chef Rick Stein has a huge presence in the town. A treat is lunch at the Seafood restaurant but you can just enjoy fish and chips onContinue reading “Padstow Harbour Cornwall England”

Writing a New French Travel Book in Lockdown

Monet’s House & Giverny The story goes that Monet in his search for a house to accommodate his growing family set out one day from Paris by train and spotted what was then the tiny hamlet of Giverny. Standing out in the cluster of properties along Giverny’s long main street he saw from his carriageContinue reading “Writing a New French Travel Book in Lockdown”

More PROVENCE & the South Photography to Enjoy waiting to Travel

Please enjoy some more photography from our travels in Provence. They compliment my French travel writing and these are available on Amazon including Kindle Unlimited. Hope you enjoy and you are all keeping safe and ready to travel again for real. PLEASE CLICK ON PHOTO FOR FULL VIEW

NEW POSTS on my TRAVEL BLOG Please Enjoy these short memoirs and more

My passion is writing about travel and particularly French travel. I have traveled extensively in France and wine and food has always featured on my travels and now in my books. My friends always await our return from France with the latest new finds from the vineyards and I was more than happy to keepContinue reading “NEW POSTS on my TRAVEL BLOG Please Enjoy these short memoirs and more”

More PROVENCE and the South Photography to Enjoy waiting to Travel

Please enjoy some more photography from our travels in Provence. They compliment my French travel writing and these are available on Amazon including Kindle Unlimited. Hope you enjoy and you are all keeping safe and ready to travel again for real. PLEASE CLICK ON PHOTO FOR FULL VIEW

NEW POSTS on my TRAVEL BLOG Please Enjoy these short memoirs and more

My passion is writing about travel and particularly French travel. I have traveled extensively in France and wine and food has always featured on my travels and now in my books. My friends always await our return from France with the latest new finds from the vineyards and I was more than happy to keepContinue reading “NEW POSTS on my TRAVEL BLOG Please Enjoy these short memoirs and more”