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Charming Roussillon.

It’s been rather quiet here for the past few weeks if anyone has noticed, but thankfully this time there’s a happy reason behind it. 🙂

Yes, I have gone a travelling and now am back, with photos to share.

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Lourmarin.

I had the pleasure of exploring the south of France (Provence and the Cote d’Azur) for the first nine days of my trip, and then moved on to the north (Normandy and abit of Paris) for the remaining five days. Two weeks flew by faster than I could have imagined, and before I knew it, here I am again….. back home!

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Pretty as a picture, eh?

 

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Bonnieux.

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Les Baux-de-Provence.
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Fontaine-de-Vaucluse.
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The view magnificent view from across Gordes.
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The Abbaye de Senanque, one of the most photographed sights in Provence, with its fields of lavender surrounding it. How it would look like before the harvest.

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We stayed a night at this lovely secluded guest house in Cereste.

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The adorable one-eyed furry friend I made acquaintance with at the guest house.
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Which made it all the harder when it was time to go…. sigh.

 

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Footprints in Provence

    1. Thanks, Kathy… yes, it was a good and refreshing break. Especially enjoyed the time spent with the little furry fella. Short as it was though, it still did me a whole lot of good!

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