We were the total tourist today. Le Pont at Avignon and the the Pont de Gard made up our day of touring this delightful area of Provence. Thrilled with our photos on this very hot day – 35+. Enjoy.
Arriving in the afternoon we haven’t yet had a chance to get on to Le Pont D’Avignon , but this afternoon had a small taste of Avignon itself. A beautiful and historic city with plenty to see. Planning our trip for Avignon and surrounds … Continue reading
Just a few more photographs of our time in this part of the south of France. Heading to Avignon tomorrow and sad to say goodbye, again, to the beautiful St-Jean Cap Ferrat.
We are still with Basil and Clare in their beautiful villa. Not much more to say because the pictures tell the story of how we’re enjoying beautiful sunny days, wonderful food and amazing company with our dear friends and some of … Continue reading
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Here we are again in our favourite part of France, with Basil and Clare Sellers in their magnificent villa, Cuccia Noya in St-Jean Cap Ferrat. Some of these images never change and that’s the beauty of this part of the … Continue reading
While you don’t need to be bored with the cricket result, we thought a few photos from Newcastle and one or two from Durham, wouldn’t go astray. We only spent two days in Newcastle before going to watch the girls, … Continue reading
While in amongst cricket commitments, we spent some time with great friends Emma and James Montgomery in Stockbridge in Hampshire. Beautiful part of the world this – really is so typically England. Catching up is always fun and we had … Continue reading
We can’t get away from people in white. Arriving at Ripon we discovered there’s an international croquet championship at our hotel, the Ripon Spa Hotel which is a very quaint hotel in the very quaint market city of Ripon. We’ve … Continue reading
No it’s not limerick time. It’s the trip that we did today to the Giant’s Causeway in northern Ireland. After being told that this the fourth natural wonder of the United Kingdom, we were looking forward to seeing the amazing … Continue reading
We had an important lesson in Irish history today visiting the Kilmainham Gaol which is now a museum. The Gaol played an important part in Irish history, as many leaders of Irish rebellions were imprisoned and some executed in the … Continue reading