Tag Archives: France

Wordless Wednesday – what are we doing to our planet? | Jul 31/19

Image credit: Laurent Lutece, La Canicule (heatwave) à Paris

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Guadeloupe: there’s more to sun destinations than just sun, especially learning about new places

When we tell people that we’ve just come back from a week in Guadeloupe, it’s surprising how often the response is, “Where’s Guadeloupe?” It’s right in between several other popular Caribbean winter getaways that we northerners seek out – even … Continue reading

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Our 15 favourite trips, for now at least

We have been travelling together since we were first married more than 45 years ago.  My husband and I  love to see new places and learn about different cultures and their history.  We love to experience firsthand the remarkable variation in natural settings, … Continue reading

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Marathon of Médoc for running and wine, lots of wine!

Further to my post about enticing race destinations for all tastes (Picking your destination runs – or walks), one of my blog readers reminded me of one of the most enticing races of all, the Marathon of Médoc in France. … Continue reading

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