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French Fridays: One day in Toulouse in August – ideas for food enthusiasts!

Travelling home from Nérac this summer, we were offered the chance to check out Toulouse thanks to our friends at Expedia.ca.  When you’re visiting a new-to-you city, it’s hard to know what area to stay in – we hedged our bets and chose the Hotel Pullman, a hotel that was close to the train station […]

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Walking (part of) the Camino de Santiago: Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port to Valcarlos

Those of you who follow me on Instagram will know that this summer, I spent 9 days walking around 180km along the Camino de Santiago, from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port in France to Logroño in Spain. I wrote a Q&A post in response to some of the questions people had asked me along the way already but had […]

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A wander through the Marché Victor Hugo (Toulouse)

Travelling home from Nérac last week, we were offered the chance to check out Toulouse thanks to our friends at Expedia.ca.   “Toulouse?” I hear you say… “Isn’t that just over an hour from Nérac? Haven’t you been there before in all the trips you’ve taken over the past few years setting up the house?”  Well, […]

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French Fridays: Saturday morning market in Nérac

I’m en route home via a couple of days in Toulouse (eh oui, the holidays are coming to an end – there is work to resume in a few weeks and, well, a cookbook to write!) so for French Fridays today I wanted to share something that’s been a big part of my summer. At […]

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Walking (part of) the Camino de Santiago – questions and answers

(This post is in response to a number of frequent questions people asked as I walked nine days on the Camino in July 2016) 1. What is the Camino de Santiago anyway? The Camino de Santiago (The Way of St James in English) is a network of ancient routes used by pilgrims all over Europe […]

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French Fridays: La brocante

I’m currently walking a portion of the Camino de Santiago de Compostela – follow along on Instagram! For today’s French Friday, I’m sharing a few photos from a recent brocante/ vide-grenier that took place in Nérac (just a stone’s throw from our vacation rental property!). What’s a vide-grenier, I hear you ask? Well for want […]

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