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France With the Family – Travels With a Toddler

France With the Family – Travels With a Toddler

Two years on and we’ve done an awful lot of travelling with our little girl, but surprisingly we had never taken a family holiday just the three of us, that is until last week when we headed back to the south of France, en famille! Continue reading

À Bientôt, France

À Bientôt, France

At 5pm on May 25th, 2014 our ferry pulled away from the dock in Cherbourg and our five month adventure in France was over.

The Day That Carnaval Hit Town

The Day That Carnaval Hit Town

We are currently calling a small town outside of Narbonne home. The village of Moussan has a population of just over 1,000 souls and you are most likely to be woken by the squawking of chickens or the rumble of tractors

Terrorized by la Tramontane

Terrorized by la Tramontane

Before I left Ottawa and moved to Liverpool I had never really thought much about wind. It isn’t really a factor in Ottawa, a landlocked city hundreds of miles from both oceans and the Great Lakes. Every so often the city is besieged by a storm that brings with it winds, sometimes small tornadoes as … Continue reading