Sometimes things happen for a reason. A cliché perhaps, but true.
A couple of months ago I hurt my foot and so I spent more than a few days sitting in front of my Mac with my leg up resting on a chair.
Instead of deleting the mass... Continue Reading →
Come and enjoy a French weekend at the one and only Alliance Française de Melbourne’s Eildon Mansion in St Kild... Continue Reading →
Paris to Provence 2016 is on next weekend November 18 -20 at Como House, South Yarra, Victoria. We will be there as usual with a marquee full of goodies, enjoying an aperitif or two and devouring raclette. We hope to see you there, come by and ... Continue Reading →
Isabelle Sury is a Swiss now living on the Mornington Peninsula and teaching French in schools and in smaller conversation classes. To get in touch with Isabelle please email email@example.com.
I asked Isabelle to write a post on... Continue Reading →
At a time when the purchase price for a single-fronted terrace in Melbourne or Sydney is equivalent to buying a chateau somewhere in the French countryside with a long drive and a pair of formidable but welcoming old iron gates (or is that just... Continue Reading →
There are a couple of reasons for this blog post based purely on nougat.
The first reason is that earlier today I was feeling a little peckish and so popped next door to Cellar & Pantry next to our store here in Red Hill and bought a... Continue Reading →
When I was 13 years old my father took sabbatical leave from the University of Melbourne to do further research in botany at the Université de Montpellier in the south of France.
We said our goodbyes to horses, ducks, guinea pigs, rabbit... Continue Reading →