Food & Wine in Provence
Wine Photography in France
Wine photography is just one of the artistic elements to photograph while traveling in the South of France. Ancient doors, rustic shutters, wildflowers and colorful facades keep the eye in the continual movement to capture the glory. Could there be something better to capture than this? What…
Lifestyles in Provence
As a tour guide, I get to see people in their “lifestyles” as I go from one village to another. I consider this a perk to my job. Capturing simple life moments reminds me to enjoy my own simple moments. It is also one of the perks of travel; to see different lifetstyles. It opens up our sens…
October Tour in Provence
Sometimes people ask me what my favorite season is in Provence. I usually say spring as I love the wild flowers but when October comes around I am at awe with the ruby reds and golden yellows. An October tour in Provence provides stunning colors and a quieter, less busy touristy atmosphere.
Authentic Provence: genuine, real, veritable share the sense of actuality and lack of falsehood or misrepresentation The above could be a definition of “Authentic”. So if we talk about an “authentic bistro”, what would we be talking about?
Tour Avignon with a Stress-free Plan
Tour Avignon the best way – gourmet food, away from the noise, in the secret spots and with time to soak it all in… There is something about standing at the comptoir with a double expresso in a french looking coffee cup and starting the day with the locals. It was early morning and the indoor …
How to Tour Provence if You Are a Foodie
I can’t say that I was a culinary fanatic when I first moved to France, but I can say today that France has turned me into a foodie. Produce, healthy pride, the way to savor, the way to mix and match, the art of eating and drinking – everything flows together making food much more than just a ti…