A Taste of Garlic

Fabulously French - Aquitaine

aquitaine  Fabulously French   because we all love reading blogs about life in FranceFabulously French is Leeann’s website which is dedicated to all that is fabulously french!

It is also the home to what I believe to be one of the best posts of all the Life in France blogs that I’ve looked at recently…..  Take a look at My favourite French things – what are yours?

Wouldn’t that make anyone want to move to France?

Hey, it made me want to move to France and I already live here!




I also especially loved this post on Burger Foie Gras – Only in France!

What also makes Fabulously French also unique is that it contains a post about liking La Poste – No, you did read that right!

Rather than the obligatory I hate La Poste  article that most Life in France blogs are required, by law, to include; Leeann has decided to be contrary and write a post where she declares… J’aime La Poste! Not really sure how that’s going to catch on???  Perhaps a few more years of living here and the girl will see the light?

Leeann obviously has a good sense of humour; a s we can see when she lays down the Five rules for men to follow for a happy life

Along the way Leeann lets us know that My Favourite Car is…. surprise, surprise, a 1978 Austin Allegro!

No, only joking there (the Allegro is, quite possibly, the worst car in the world),  Leeann’s favourite car is, unsurprisingly, the 2CV.

Now, there is a lot about interior decorating in this blog but we also get to learn about Christmas in France, that Life is Like a Pushbike and that Leeann Loves Elephant’s Breath (you’re going to have to investigate that last one yourself – it’s way beyond my limited powers of explanation!)

There are Fabulous flee markets to visit and Fabulous, fabulous photos to view but…. don’t let me spoil the surprise.  Why not start up the Allegro (try to ignore the people laughing at you) and head off to Dordogne for a visit to Fabulously French.

All the best

aquitaine  Fabulously French   because we all love reading blogs about life in France

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