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Market bag at the Kelowna Farmers and Crafters Market on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Kelowna Farmers’ and Crafters’ Market

One of the highlights of my recent trip to Kelowna was an early morning spent wandering the Kelowna Farmers and Crafters Market.  Many of you will know from reading regularly that one of my favourite things to do when I travel is to seek out the local markets so I was excited to check out […]

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Macarons at Sandrine Pastry on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Classics: A pastry class at Sandrine Pastry (Kelowna, British Columbia)

I’ve just spent a whirlwind weekend in Kelowna, British Columbia as a guest of Tourism Kelowna with a group of food bloggers where our schedule included all sorts of food, wine and spirits experiences. A foodie’s dream trip and, in fact, the type of trip I’d plan for myself! It’s really difficult for me to […]

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Roquefort Site Remarquable du Gout on eatlivetravelwrite.com

A trip to Roquefort-sur-Soulzon

Last summer, when we were staying in Languedoc-Roussillon, we ventured a little further afield in our day trips a couple of times.  We visited the Camargue and its salt marshes one day and another day we headed to Roquefort-sur-Soulzon in the Aveyron department. Being four big cheese fans, we decided we couldn’t pass up an […]

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A trip on the petit train around the salt flats of the Camargue on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Visiting Le Salin d’Aigues-Mortes in the Camargue

Do you know the Saunier de Camargue?  When we realised we were fairly closeby last summer in the Languedoc.(i.e. a over an hour’s drive each way – would make for a long day of driving but since we were “so close”…) we were keen to visit the salt marshes.  We’d read that the landscape features […]

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Front door and climbing plant in Neffies on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Neffiès (Languedoc-Roussillon, France)

If you’ve followed my blog, my Twitter or Instagram feed for a little while now, you’ll know that I love France. Since I left Paris in 2000, we’ve been lucky enough to visit some part of France nearly every year since then.  When I lived there, as a poor student, then a poor English teacher, […]

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