Let me just set the scene for you briefly.
I’m sitting at a wooden table, there is a light wind blowing through my hair, clear blue skies, sound of someone swimming the pool, flowers and plants all around…
And incase you can’t fully visualise it, let me help you:
Oh and this paradise is located in France where I’m spending a week doing nothing with my family and friends.
Nothing is a bit of a lie, we have got a full itinerary.
It looks something like this: wake up, have breakfast, lie by the pool, swim, nap, read, swim, tan, lunch, nap, swim, tan, read, swim, play a game, nap, dinner.
Repeat this daily.
So as you see there is a lot going on.
But these kinds of holidays are much needed at times.
Just to switch off, forget your daily life and recharge your batteries.
And the sun…ahh the sun. It feels so good.
It also looks good when it’s going down after a long day.
(No photoshop here btw).
Although this is a holiday you can’t be cooking all the time right?
Even if you have a kitchen.
So yesterday evening we drove up the winding, steep hill to Cabris for dinner.
We had dinner at L’Auberge du Vieux Château.
And then it got too dark to take good pictures of our desserts.
But they were just as beautifully presented as the rest of our food and you could really see how much love and care went into making each dish.
With full bellies we took one last look at the stunning view before making our way back to our house along the winding roads, not without getting a bit lost first though.