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Jeanne | Stylish food & travel on Instagram: “There is something about the colours of southern France that always takes my breath away. The sky is always bluer, the vines greener, the…”
There is something about the colours of southern France that always takes my breath away. The sky is always bluer, the vines greener, the terracotta warmer and the weathered pistachio shutters more subtle that you can possibly hope to capture on an image. Here is a first attempt of many on a trip through the #Languedoc to explore and rediscover the wines of @vinspaysdocigp Join me on my travels over the next few days! [PRESS TRIP] Thanks to the fab @everyglassmatters for the 📸
Jeanne | Stylish food & travel on Instagram: “Happy Negroni Week! Can you believe this classic cocktail turns 100 years old this year? The Negroni was supposedly invented at Caffe…”
Happy Negroni Week! Can you believe this classic cocktail turns 100 years old this year? The Negroni was supposedly invented at Caffe Casoni in Florence in 1919 when Count Camillo Negroni asked his friend, bartender Forsco Scarselli, to strengthen his favourite cocktail – the Americano – by replacing the soda water with gin. And just like that, a legend was born! I recently had this classic example at @searcysgherkin - where will YOU be sipping Negronis this weekend? #negroniweek2019
Vitamin Sea is so important in the diet - agree or disagree? 🌊🌊🌊 Cape St Francis in South Africa is the perfect spot to get your daily dose of Vitamin Sea, whether it is surfing the famous Seal Point, playing in the waves, or simply walking along the wild and unspoilt beach with the sand in your toes. Where do you like to get your Vitamin Sea?
Throwback to a year ago when I was feeling the sand between my toes on Grande Anse beach in beautiful Grenada. Been feeling "homesick" for this little slice of paradise this week as I follow my @kaveyf @binnysfoodandtravel @robertmbates and @therarewelshbitblog's Insta stories of their experiences at the #grenadachocfest and remember my experiences there last year. Keep an eye on my blog for a piece about Grenada cocoa estates soon! What is your favourite Caribbean island?