France Avec Un Toddler….cont. Part 2: Why Ferry is better than Flying for Toddler Travel

Toddler Travel: France Avec Un Toddler Continued  Part 2: Toddler travel: Why Ferries beat Flying Travelling with Toddlers: Flights vs Ferry Toddler travel, who knew there was a science to it. On our recent family holiday to France, we discovered that travelling via ferry was surprisingly easier than flying. One of the main reasons we […]

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Brittany: Tales from the Chicken Coop

A Holiday in Brittany We’ve just returned from our family holiday to Brittany. We stayed one mile from a quaint town called Cancale located on the North Brittany coast, a great spot if you want to explore beyond Normandy yet not rack up too many péage miles with small children in tow. Quirky Accommodation I’d […]

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Pissaladière

This tart-cum-pizza tastes of sunny France at noon. My first Pissaladière was around ten years ago in Nice, with the smell of while thyme growing in the hills. The bread dough is usually slightly thicker than a classic pizza but in this instance I’ve used a lovely creamy, flaky (cheat’s) alternative – puff pastry! The […]

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Into the wild: Planning for Camper Vanning

Tomorrow is the start of our 3-week camper vanning #roadtrip around France and Switzerland. We’re hoping to make a few stops: Normandy, Le Mans, Loire Valley, Lyon, Annecy and Bern – and possibly a few other places in-between. But who would have thought packing for a camper vanning trip to Europe would be harder than […]

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