Historic towns, Life of adventure, Travelling between housesits

Cadiz: An Ancient Port City

Leaving the silence of the inner hills of Andalucia, we were on our way to spend a few days in the city of Cadiz. This was our Festive season present to each other, the calendar page had been turned it was now December. Any excuse to celebrate the future arrival of the big fat jolly man.… Continue reading Cadiz: An Ancient Port City

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Dog walking adventures, Historic towns, Housesitting in France

Walking the Wall

First things first.  Oh, but the choices!  Then a decision.     The seaside it is to be.  Well, that was the plan on leaving home base.  Until we arrived in Boulogne-Sur-Mur a city by the sea,  It is split in two with the new part down by the sea and up higher is the… Continue reading Walking the Wall

Food at the heart of a culture, Historic towns, Housesitting in France

Marché – Oui and Non

Not long ago we ventured to the Hesdin marché, [or farmers’ market], and got a little carried away.  Though our first visit was a different experience.  As with most regular local gatherings, we watch to see how the locals do things. 1) Enjoy the market all you want! It’s fine to walk through slowly and… Continue reading Marché – Oui and Non