Tag Archives: Esterel

Leap-year miscellany

It seems appropriate somehow that our 300th blog comes out on 29th February. Yes, we know many people post more than that in a year, but frankly when we started this blog, we never thought it would continue as it … Continue reading

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Agay and Dramont

As we mentioned in our last blog, continuing along the coast from Théoule sur Mer we kept going. There aren’t actually that many places to stop around the headland of the Esterel, and unless you get there early, you won’t … Continue reading

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Of grapes and the environment

The high point of the agricultural year in our part of France is the vendage, the grape harvest. Other than a few olive trees, not much else is grown. So from late August into September it’s not uncommon to be … Continue reading

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Late summer miscellany

We often find that we start to think of a new blog and realise we’ve got lots of good photos which don’t really fit into one particular theme. So here are some sights of the later summer. The level of terrorist … Continue reading

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The heart of the Esterel

Pretty pictures are recommencing, but in light of ongoing events, we thought we might include some little news snippets from across the channel… ******* Despite the furore about Brexit, everyone here is getting very excited about the Euro 2016 football (soccer … Continue reading

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The long way back from church

Having just visited the UK for six days to connect with family, it was all too apparent that there at least winter hadn’t packed its bags and gone home. (Actually, as we write this it hasn’t left here: flying in … Continue reading

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