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A case of ‘The Willies’

May 25, 2014 by The Claret Slicer on Corks & Walks, Dordogne

noun  (the willies) informal a strong feeling of nervous discomfort: that gave him the willies During our road trip the other day when we visited some… Read more…

A case of ‘The Willies’

Operation Escargot

April 3, 2014 by Mia on The France Blog, France

If you have plans to drive somewhere on Saturday and Sunday 12-13 April, you might want to think again. 40 Millions d’Automobilistes are organising an Operation… Read more…

Operation Escargot

How to be a ‘bon voisin’

April 1, 2014 by Mel on French Letters, French Alps

Following my earlier post on la politesse, here are some real-life examples of how far the French will go to remain polite while telling off their… Read more…

How to be a ‘bon voisin’

Food Glorious Food

March 26, 2014 by KimmyP on An Accidental Farmer in France, Midi-Pyrénées South

I have not  written my blog for a few weeks because i have been very busy cooking. At the beginning of March we held a pop-up… Read more…

Food Glorious Food

What’s with the weather?

November 28, 2013 by Y Dyn on Higgledy Piggledy, Languedoc

One of the main reasons for us moving to France was to enjoy some warm weather through the Autumn/Winter period. We were assured before we came… Read more…

What’s with the weather?

Postcards from Ze Garden Gnome

October 15, 2013 by Ze Garden Gnome on Strolling garden paths of Burgundy, Burgundy

Garden gnomes have always held a strange fascination over me.  This popular yard art to decorate people’s lawns belies the rich history that is wrapped up… Read more…

Postcards from Ze Garden Gnome

A pound of flesh, I give to thee

September 7, 2013 by Buggerlugs on Yorkshire Pudding à la Lyonnaise, Lyon

This time next week I’ll hopefully be recovering from donating a kidney to my husband of 21 years . If you had asked a year ago… Read more…

A pound of flesh, I give to thee

Cluny Abbey

August 25, 2013 by Jayde Clements on The City Of Lights, Lyon

Sim and I visited Cluny Abbey, in Bourgogne, during the summer. The abbey itself was founded in 910, and throughout the centuries has gone from being… Read more…

Cluny Abbey

the end of an era

July 21, 2013 by Helen on 30 something, Normandy

 Well my wedding is close upon us and I shall no longer be a single mother BUT more importantly of late my blog has generated some… Read more…

the end of an era

Don’t become a slave to your watering can

July 12, 2013 by Katherine on The trials and tribulations of gardening in France, Dordogne

  Even the French were starting to doubt that summer would ever arrive, but finally arrive it has. The sun is blazing and temperatures are in… Read more…

Don’t become a slave to your watering can
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