Of all the places the Barefoot Blogger has wandered, a trip to a French thermal spa for a cure has to be the most relaxing… and French! I’m pretty sure I was the only person at the resort who was from outside France. I was certainly the only one […]
Visiting Sete, France
Days filled with things I love
Visiting the pottery village of San Quentin la Poterie France
Pont du Gard is reportedly one of the most visited sites in France. But not until I saw it myself would I know why
Guide to Bordeaux in 3 Days
Guide to Bordeaux
A taste of Bordeaux
Back to the beginning — my first stay in Uzes.
Couture found in Uzes is straight out of early 1800 France
Fete Votive Uzes 2015 was spectacular. How will this year’s event compare? By far, one of the most exciting events of the year in Uzes, in my opinion, is Fete Votive. Next week it’s live along the main street in Uzes with lights, action and extraordinary booming sounds. […]
Revisiting this day from 3 years ago reminds me how exciting it is to discover you have stumbled upon something really good. OMG! This place is better than I remembered. A true heaven on earth! After leavinq the hotel yesterday morning, I took a cab to the train […]
Flashback to discovering Uzes
There are few words better than “explosive” to describe the late night parade in Uzes that accompanied Fete Votive 2015.
Female expat living in Uzes travels deep into the south of France for a Camargue Safari
White horses of the Camargue
For all those ‘doubters’ out there who think the Barefoot Blogger will never learn French, here’s news.
The French are so passionate about their oysters, they consume more of the hard-shelled delicacies than they export.
The French love bandes dessinées — drawn cartoons. We may call them “funnies” in the States but here they take the art form quite seriously.
There are a few musical events in my life that I will always remember. The concert with Stacey Kent in the Cour du Duche last night is high on the list.