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Compagnie du Chocolat fudge Taste of Toulouse Chocolate and Pastry tour on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Taste of Toulouse Pastry and Chocolate Tour

Ever found yourself somewhere new with a list a mile long of places to eat/ foods to try? Well when you’re travelling solo, it’s nearly impossible to get through that list (and believe me, I have travelled on my own enough to know!) – because, really, there is only so much you can eat in […]

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On the road in Haiti (a self-driving holiday)

(no, sadly this was not our rental car!) Those of you who follow me on Instagram will know Neil and I went to Haiti over the holidays. It’s the first Christmas we have not spent in Nérac since we bought the house in 2014 – for the first couple of years there was always work […]

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Devour Madrid: Tapas like a local

Many of you will know that this summer I walked my third stage of the Camino, my first year walking solo. Now, I love me some me time and this trip definitely gave me a lot of that but I did find that one of the most challenging parts about solo travel was meal times. […]

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Coins in the Fountain

This is part of my Summer Reads 2018 series where I’ll be reviewing a series of “not just cookbooks”. This week’s book is for anyone who’s ever wanted to start over in a new country (even at a later age). Judith Works’ Coins in the Fountain is actually many stories in one and is a […]

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Cooking on vacation: Making the most of your vacation rental kitchen

I’m on vacation right now (here) and enjoying cooking and baking with all the summer fruits and vegetables. I know it’s odd for many to think that someone might love cooking on vacation but I find that when I have more time (and access to a fabulous kitchen and great ingredients) it’s so much fun […]

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Peter Mayle’s My Twenty Five Years in Provence

This is part of my Summer Reads 2018 series where I’ll be reviewing a series of “not just cookbooks”. This week’s Summer Read is for Francophiles who dream of up and moving to France à la Peter Mayle.  This is Mayle’s final work, published after his death in January 2018 is the and is pretty […]

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