Usually if hubby says he’s gotta go out of town for work is not good news. Oh, except when he says he gotta go to Mauritius. & you should come along too! 🙂 That’s how on a sunny Friday afternoon we landed in Mauritius! Our jeans switched for shorts and our rented car picked up, we headed straight to Port Louis, the capital of the island. & more precisely to the Central Market for a late lunch.
One can’t go to Marseille & not to visit the Calanques National Park. Or not to eat a bouillabaisse… but we’ll talk about it later 😉 Let’s start at the beginning, between Marseille & Cassis the coast is full of coves & little creeks & the water has an incredible color : that’s the Calanques National Park. Happy to have our driving boat license, we first rented a bo
The sky is so grey & rainy here in Paris at the moment. It almost feels like summer is already over 🙁 So I thought it was the perfect time to go through all the blue sky pictures from our visit to Marseille a couple of weeks ago. Although actually to see such a blue sky made me feel even more upset as I miss summer even more now ahah! 😉 Anyway we arrived in Marseille on a sunny Saturday, left our bags a
I just got back from the Festival d’Avignon, which is a major French theatre festival, hosted every July in the medieval town of Avignon, in the South of France. During 3 weeks, new plays, old successes, dance shows, music gigs, one man shows,… will perform non-stop, in the hope to get discovered and to find a producer for the winter season. When I was there, there were more than 1.400 shows playing every
Another day in Athens, another rooftop! This time we headed for breakfast to A for Athens an hotel & bar sitting in the tallest building of Syntagma square, exactly in front of the Parthenon. No need to say, the view was amazing!!! Breakfast on the other side was a bit deceptive, so I would rather suggest you to go there just for a drink 😉 At 11 am sharply, we were in front of the Parliament to see the