Who doesn’t like a little river cruise? Katrina and the students take a ride on La Maine river in Angers aboard the beautifully named “La Libullule”, meaning dragonfly.Read More
What better way to test your French than with a French cooking class. The charming Mélanie from Le Bruit des cocottes whisked us away (literally) as we prepare our apèro dinatoire. What a lovely way to spend the day together, laughing and enjoying each other company.Read More
Food, château, Michelin star restaurant, century-old tapestry, more food… Katrina and the students are living their best life in Angers. Meet Mélanie from Le Bruit des Cocottes who took the students to a local market to select the produce they will use for their cooking lesson tomorrow. It was then on to the Michelin star restaurant, Le Favre d’Anne. No rest for the wicked, the students then visited Le Château d’Angers to visit la Tapîsserie de l’Apocalypse. Then home to the château for an apèro by the lake.
Food, food and more food! Cider, crêpes, moules-frites, trou normand (calvados and apple sorbet, ice cream and chantilly cream…Read More
Meet a local police officer at Monet’s Gardens in Giverny. What a magical place.Read More
Dinner with friends in Paris. What more could you ask for?Read More
After a beautiful day strolling the banks of the Canal Saint-Martin, Katrina's Monday morning was rife with telecommunication technicalities. Ever the optimist…Read More
Katrina has arrived in France after a long haul flight. Greeted with better-than-to-be-expected weather…Read More
Recap of Katrina's quick trip to Canberra to satisfy a French itch.
A definite must see, Cartier: The Exhibition is EXCLUSIVE to the National Gallery of Australia and will be shown only in Canberra.
Don't miss out, register your interest to come with us in June. It will be a wonderful weekend away and will definitely spark up your interest in Canberra as well as give you your French fix, all right here in Australia.
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Katrina's travelling again, a little sooner than expected! This time she's staying domestic, but has still managed to find a slice of France at the Cartier exhibition in Canberra.