When In France

The post holiday blues are strong this Sunday. That’s what a week in a South France villa with lovely people will do.

We got home yesterday after an amazing week full of sunshine, wine, cheese and quality time with the best people. I could definitely get used to having a pool in the back yard, a view of tree-topped mountains, eating incredible, fresh baguettes and croissants every day, shopping for local wine and cheese at the farmers market in the nearby village, and being able to pop in to Montpellier, or to the sea, in less than an hour. What’s not to love? Being back in a cloudy London is not really floating the boat today.

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All images taken with iPhone6 – I’m working on the camera situation πŸ™‚

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2 thoughts on “When In France

  1. It also seemed like you had a lovely vacation. I so agree on the getting used to having a pool in the backyard part too. How awesome would it be to be able to take a swim each morning before starting your day? I would love that! πŸ™‚

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