It was with heavy hearts that we packed up the car and closed the front door for the final time in Pézenas. We were only there for 60 days but it had quickly begun to feel like home.
The beauty of the French landscape is well-known. With the glitter turquoise waters of the Mediterranean Sea, the towering peaks of the Pyrénées and the Alps, picture-postcard villages that look as though they have been left untouched by the hands of time,
Or should I say Bonjour par France!
“This is a smoke-free environment” the sign says as we enter St.George’s Market on our first Saturday in Belfast.
In 2007 I spent a week island hopping in Fiji with some friends. Fiji is not a place that I ever thought I would have the chance to visit, but from Australia it isn’t that elaborate a trip so I seized the opportunity! We started off in Nadi and spent a night in one of …
Today my thoughts about shadows are more of the figurative variety than the literal. Today I’m thinking about the shadows of the past, in particular one of the most shaping experiences of my life.