Posts tagged ‘france’

Cycling the Canal du Midi from Toulouse to Carcassonne

Last Friday, myself, Julie and two friends set off for a 106 km bike trip along the Canal du Midi from Toulouse to Carcassonne. Although the…

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Testing the wifi in our village house

We live in a very typical village house here in France. It’s on three floors, and is taller than it is wide. The first floor includes…

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We moved to France

I’m writing this from a bed and breakfast in the town of Mireipesset, in the southwest corner of France. We flew here from Vancouver on Valentine’s…

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Julie’s Photos From Cooking School

Julie just spent five days at Fontana Del Papa, a cooking school outside of Rome (booked via the excellent folks at Responsible Travel). That’s kind of…

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Odd Photos From the Past Week

Over the past week or so, I’ve taken a few random photos which each merited commentary, if not their own blog post. In all cases, click…

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Doing Very Little in the South of France

After a busy weekend in Dublin, attending Barcamp (more on that later) and recovering from the jetlag, we’re done in the tiny village of Argeliers (population:…

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My Itinerary for the Next Three Weeks

Posting will probably be a little light and unpredictable through the rest of April, as we ramp up for departure. In case anybody’s wondering (and I…

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