Taking it Easy in Les Eyzies

A Dazzling Dalliance in the Dordogne. 5th September. We seemed to be oscillating backwards and forwards through time. From the Lozère, we went from Gallo Roman, via Celtic to Prehistoric at our destination on the River Vézère, a tributary of the Dordogne. Summer also changed to Autumn as we drove through the Parc Naturel Regional desContinue reading “Taking it Easy in Les Eyzies”

Happy with our Lot at the River Café

Barjac, Lozère (South Central France) – “The corner of S.W. France that the British haven’t discovered.” 1st September. In over 50 years, I have succeeded in doing it only a handful of times. Since I was a little girl, I have tried to make “Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit” the very first thing that I say onContinue reading “Happy with our Lot at the River Café”

30s Site Review – Campsite Municipal Le Pelly, Sixt-Fer-à-Cheval, Rhone Alps, France.

Spectacular Scenery; Walks, Waterfalls, Wildlife – & Those who Dare – Swim! Campsite Highlights Campsite Municipal le Pelly is at the head of the Giffre valley, just past Sixt-Fer-a-Cheval. Sixt is a small village, probably more correctly a defined as a group of hamlets. It is located in a remote part of the French Alps to theContinue reading “30s Site Review – Campsite Municipal Le Pelly, Sixt-Fer-à-Cheval, Rhone Alps, France.”