Doesn’t matter if you’ve been before or if you’re a first-timer – the South of France is one place that’s guaranteed to be an easy yes when it comes to deciding where to holiday. The beautiful beaches, amazing food and plethora of cute little French villages to pop into only serve to add more to … Continue Reading

*Heads up – this is a very photo heavy post so you might wanna hunker down with a nice cuppa tea, leave it a couple of minutes to load (no longer!) and serve yourself some cake (no euphemism 🙂 ) before you proceed! 😉 😀 When it comes to food, it’s always a good idea to … Continue Reading

At least once a year, we gather round up our group of friends and head off somewhere on a bit of an adventure! This time we decided to head to the Roman city of Nimes… in France, believe it or not. (The year before was Berlin and the first one for this year is South … Continue Reading

Northern France has a lot to offer us when we visit! From many thousands of years of history to beautiful castles and enough delicious food to fill your tummy every waking minute – there are so many amazing places to explore and discover on your trip! One thing that I love most about Northern France is … Continue Reading

Remember that amazing ski lodge I was talking about in this post here? Well swiftly following on from that post, we’ve got the video from our time there to show you fully everything about it – what it looks like, what the food was like, the skiing conditions – everything! We’ll have the rest of … Continue Reading

First off, let me start by apologising for how many times I saw “absolutely” in this! 😀 😀 😀 I never even realised it till I was watching this back and thinking “I really need to diversify my vocabulary…” *face palm* That aside though, the Dorodgne Valley in France is absolutely worth all the praised, admiration … Continue Reading

So here’s the thing – no one ever really needs to ski – they want to! Skiing isn’t as much about necessity as it is about of a great way to have a fun (and maybe, adrenaline) filled holiday. Now, I’m not one who’ll ever say that there’s a right or wrong way to travel … Continue Reading

The Dordogne Valley is arguably one of the most beautiful places to visit in France and one that’s very easily overlooked in favour of more popular parts of France. Thing is, even for us who live in the UK and are only about an hour or so away from it, the Dordogne valley was one … Continue Reading

Our last evening on our trip to the Dordogne Valley in France was spent in a beautiful chateau with its adjoining vineyard – Chateau de Panisseau. We’d arrived shortly after leaving the charming village of Issigeac and wasted no time in checking out the new digs. This place is sheer French perfection – right down … Continue Reading