Category Archive: provence

A walk in old Lyon

Lyon is a very old city and the city now is divided by Old Lyon and New Lyon.    I had a walk along Old Lyon, my walk started from the top of… Continue reading

Cassis Part 2

 Luxury Yachts lazing in the shade of the cliffs.  This calanque between Cassis and Marsielles is one of the World’s Heritage Sites and its quite breathtaking in real life to see.  Afew (probably)… Continue reading

Cassis part1

 One of the secluded pebble beaches of Cassis Raphi insisted we take a boat ride around to see les calanques.  The cliffs some reason reminded me of the cliffs in the disney movie… Continue reading


 So early in the morning, we set our way to Porquerolles! On a ferry, kinda like sentosa, its a recreational island for family and kids to do some sports, swim, hang out and… Continue reading

Hyeres in the evening

 One of our last few stops in Provence we stop by Hyeres. This was recommended by Raphi’s mom and Raphi recalled having fond memories as a kid here. The town of Hyeres is really… Continue reading

Mas de la Regalade

 This is one of the fancier rooms I’ve stayed in Gordes. Usually on my travels,  I save up alot because I don’t usually stay in fancy hotels or eat in the finest joints. … Continue reading

Gordes part 2

 Gordes is simply one of the most beautiful countryside towns I’ve walked in.These are some of my favorite shots of the places. Mostly on the landscape and the small alleys.  The sky was… Continue reading

Gordes The city within

 In the middle of the city is this old castle. Nothing much really, it just turned into an information centre for tourist. Around it are many small cafes and souvenir shops to browse,… Continue reading

Gordes The view of the city

 One of the places I looked up on provence was Gordes. The city of Gordes was really something I’d probably see in postcards or a mythical old map. It sit grandly on top… Continue reading

Saint Remy

On my way after the town of Arles we headed to Gordes but detoured alittle to St Remy’s little town. I read somewhere about the beautiful row of trees that line the roads … Continue reading

Apple Orchard.

Before coming to France, Raphi thought it would be great if we could go apple picking in an orchard. However we realised that in September the orchard near his place isn’t open to… Continue reading

St Maries de la Mer

 Raphi got me alittle something. Love, faith and hope. The little seaside town at the end of Camargue. Also more famously know as the town of Gypsies, The symbol of the town is… Continue reading