Welcome to Ile de Re, the cycling dream/Bienvenue a l’Ile de Re, entre nature, mer et vélo

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🇬🇧 As lots of you know I was born and bred in Paris and I have spent a fair amount of holidays in France especially as my parents were brilliant at taking us to new areas for ‘discovery’ holidays.
It was half term at school and l’Homme still had a few days he could take off.
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Welcome to Ile de Re, the cycling dream/Bienvenue a l'Ile de Re, entre nature, mer et vélo

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🇬🇧 As lots of you know I was born and bred in Paris and I have spent a fair amount of holidays in France especially as my parents were brilliant at taking us to new areas for ‘discovery’ holidays.
It was half term at school and l’Homme still had a few days he could take off.
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Enjoying my local area/Profitons de nos quartiers

🇬🇧 It’s always so tempting to head to exotic places and only get excited at the sight of new amazing sites. I love travelling with an enormous passion but I think it’s important not to take for granted what we have got, sometimes on our doorstep.

That said, a couple of weeks ago, I decided to head to one of my local Farmers’ markets. The market is situated in Barnes, a very charming part of London (south west). The Farmers’ market is more a group of gourmet and delicatessen sellers but good fun nonetheless. I wanted to practise my photography more, capture colourful scenes and I was not disappointed.

I made my way from our place on foot keen to enjoy a good stroll and look around me. I love all those colourful doors in the UK, it really brightens the landscape, especially since the weather is not always that good. All the roses seem in bloom so it’s a nice sight all around.

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