Monthly Archives: June 2015

On hedges

Down here hedges are important. Given the 300 or so days of sun a year we are blessed with, people spent a lot of time in their gardens. So at the risk of inflicting pain on those of you living … Continue reading

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Travels across the Mediterranean

As an update to last week’s blog noted we realised, very shortly after praising Ventimiglia for its pizza, that the town had quietly slipped onto the front page as the focal point for a good deal of human misery. Scores … Continue reading

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Of pizza and ice cream

Chris got back very early this morning from the six-day A Rocha Forum in Portugal, so we won’t be blogging about that until next week. In the meantime, here’s a question: where can you get the best pizza and ice … Continue reading

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A landmark event

Last weekend saw a significant event at Courmettes. As we’ve probably mentioned elsewhere in these blogs, Courmettes was bought for the Protestant church in France in the 1920s. It is pretty much agreed that it never really became the church … Continue reading

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