This post was last updated on July 30th, 2018 at 04:32 pm I visited Oradour on recommendation from a friend. Having used my Lonely Planet for guidance for the rest of the trip, this was one of the only attractions I visited that was not included in the travellers ‘bible’ and therefore I have dubbed […]
Driving along the picturesque winding French country lanes the mysterious Mont St Michel creates a picture perfect view. The distant structure, in all its glory, stands high above the Atlantic coast line, boasting its’ mysterious beauty. The nearby tall grasslands and the outlying salt marshes give Mont St Michel its magical charm. Mont St […]
This post was last updated on September 16th, 2014 at 09:29 amCompletely unprepared, I hopped on a ferry from Dover to Calais. However, little did I know that I would dock £50 poorer! So apparently you need the following to drive into France; A breathalyser test A red warning triangle A high visibility vest Stickers […]
This post was last updated on July 26th, 2019 at 10:27 amGUEST ENTRY: GEORGIE HARRIS Two weeks, two countries, one tent. What could possibly go wrong?? With previous recreational camping, and festival, experience one should be an expert in assembling a tent. However, day one of the trip, after a few hours spent in the […]
This post was last updated on July 30th, 2018 at 04:57 pmFancy a trip to the Sahara? Worried about the harsh location/ incredible heat extremes/ lack of places to stay? Well forget that and get over to France for your sand dune experience with all your home comforts nearby! Dune du Pilat or Dune de […]
After finding out that I could buy 14 bottles of lush French red wine for under £20, I couldn’t help but fall in love with the country that little bit more… I do love a bargain… And I good like a good vino…win win!!