Between France and the US — Entre la France et les Etats-Unis

Tree from my Childhood

Even the nicest things and times have to come to an end.

I am still enjoying the last days of my trip to France, transiting through Paris before coming home. And you know, this explains where I am, and why I have been somewhat silent: I have been busy enjoying the life in ma campagne.

Returning soon, I promise, with pictures and stories.

Posted in Food & Travel


  1. I know how you feel. every time I leave my home town Split I feel sad. But, at the same time, I can wait to came to Zagreb where I live… that how it is when you don’t live n your hometown! but, there are some upsides about that too! Aren’t there?!

  2. Entre la France et les Etats-Unis mon coeur balance. J’ai beaucoup aimé mon voyage de cet été dans ce pays. Mais la France est belle par sa cuisine, ses chateaux et son vin, et de l’autre partie de la mer, c’est l’effet paisible que j’ai ressenti et la grandeur des paysages. Je reviendrai dans ce Pays. Un coup de coeur géant. Bon week-end et à bientôt.

  3. i still remember every tree i climbed, read under and played in from my childhood. how special that you get to revisit yours! beautiful photo, as always. so peaceful.
    have a beautiful remainder of your trip – À bientôt!

  4. Cela peut être difficile d’être partagé entre deux pays. Je le ressens encore plus maintenant que j’ai la double nationalité, et que mes filles commencent à s’intéresser à la possibilité de vivre aux USA…qu’ai-je créé? Mais, d’un autre côté, quelle richesse…

  5. Loved your picteresque journey, and I’ve become a big fan of your food and photographs!!

    I’m hosting my first food blog event this month, AFAM-Peach/Nectarine, an I’d be glad if you could participate! pls visit my blog for details.


  6. Dear Béa… just wanted to say that I linked to you from the post on my blog today, because I left your place the other day feeling up-lifted and inspiered!