Experience a Troglodyte
Some things just have to be experienced – photos, as beautiful as they may be, just can’t speak as loudly as the place itself. Especially when you are visiting a troglodyte in Provence.
I opened the door and immediately felt transcended to a completely different world. The silence was incredible; nothing distracted me from imagining the site full of busy people from the past.
Olive Mill Troglodyte in Provence
cafe in Aix-en-Provence by Trevor Neal
Is it really possible to go somewhere and let time stand still around me. They say in Provence things move at a slower pace. I remember what Peter Mayle wrote about Provence in A Good Year:
There is nowhere else in the world where you can keep busy doing so little and enjoying it so much.