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

France is beautiful, it’s one of those countries that’s just so much more than its beautiful cities. Of course you’ve got the stunning architecture and gorgeous sights to see in Paris… but there really is a whole country of incredible sights and beautiful places that are well worth a gander at during your trip to France. … Continue Reading

As you could probably tell from Instagram, we went skiing a couple of weeks ago in the Alps and boy was it fun! It was our second time skiing and so, I felt so much pressure to practise what I’d learnt the first time – turned out to be not quite as scary as I’d … Continue Reading

 Nestled in between the gorgeous Mediterranean Sea and the dramatic mountains of Cévennes is Nimes, one of France’s prettiest little cities!  Of course, everyone has heard of the big-hitting destinations of Paris, Lille and Bordeaux, but there’s so much more to this incredible country that doesn’t involve the most popular ports-of-call… …case in point, with … Continue Reading

Paris is a gem of a city, it’s a place buzzing with activity, charm and delicious treats which all make for a perfect visit to one of Europe’s most iconic cities. If it’s your first, second or gazillionth time visiting Paris, you’ll no doubt be excited to sample and explore the city, but as we … Continue Reading

By the point we arrived in Issigeac, we’d come to realise (and happily accept) that France’s Dordogne valley is filled with some of the most pictures villages, cities and towns in all the land. We’re talking about places that look like you’re stepping into a French fairytale and is the idea of France that we … Continue Reading

The following morning in Sarlat, we found ourselves with a fair bit of free time. We would be meeting with a chef later in the day to try some proper cuisine from the region but for now, time to see Sarlat in the glorious sunshine! As we were in Sarlat on a Saturday morning, the … Continue Reading

Before we arrived into France’s Dordogne Valley, I’d never heard about Sarlat. This changed almost the minute we walked outside of the airport as everyone we spoke to recommended that we visit – a recommendation we took very much to heart! After leaving the beautiful sleepy French town of Martel, we made our way over … Continue Reading

Our visit to Martel was rather last minute… We’d no idea where we were initially, only that it was beautiful and that we wanted to spend more time here and so we did! Visiting here, like any good French town (technically, a French commune) is like stepping back in time. It’s all cute French houses, even … Continue Reading

Rocamadour was one French gem I was looking forward to seeing and boy did I meet my expectations! When you’re here though, you can’t leave without trying one of the region’s most famous items – Rocamadour cheese, and it doesn’t come much fresher than from the actual farm! Rocamadour cheese is actually made from goat’s milk … Continue Reading

If Collonges La Rouge is France’s most beautiful village, then Rocamadour is definitely its most dramatic! Unlike Collonges La Rouge, which turned out to be quite a surprise visit on our trip through the Dordogne Valley, Rocamadour was one I had been looking forward to from the start! Pinterest had me fawning about this village … Continue Reading