No. 87: Petit-déjeuner en Martinique
by 365thingsiloveaboutfrance.com on December 20, 2013
This was breakfast in Martinique this morning. Refreshing, authentic and just so thrilled Superman did not chop off his fingertips.
We are loving the Martiniquais and their beautiful island.
Green with envy. It is freezing rain and foggy here….send us some sun!
Oh, but it had been so nice in Paris before we left. I hope you are escaping somewhere warmer for the holidays.
Is it still freezing rain and foggy? Headed back late Tuesday. The gas strike continues here in Martinique. It will be hard to leave the sunshine, but nice to have some mobility, even à pied.
Bonne année et bonne santé in 2014. Keep writing. Your blog makes me grin and feel less like a stranger in a strange land.
A bit of an improvement in our corner of France…after solid days of pouring rain around Christmas. There’s fresh snow in the Alps and a bit of sun, although colder.
Thanks for your wishes and all the best to you for 2014! It’s great to know my blog is getting a few smiles – that’s all I ask for! Bon courage pour le retour au pays…
Fab way to spend the holidays – in sun! Love to all.
It is fab. The weather is great, the food is yummy, and the people are so smiley and patience. Love to all of you too.
Bonne année et bonne santé to our all time favorite Kiwis. How is Spain? The gas strike continues here in Martinique…oh, those darn Frenchies!! Lots of love my dear friend.
What a wonderful place to spend Christmas! I love all the bright yellows in your photos. I’ve always wanted to visit one of the French-speaking Caribbean islands, and would love to hear more.
It is a wonderful place. I can’t believe we are here. I’m feeling incredibly lucky. Keep reading for the latest, and very happy holidays to you all of you in Boulder.
Bonne année et bonne santé to you Sarah. Thanks for always reading and commenting. Lots of love. x
hmm! les pommes-cannelles trempé dans le café le matin
Oui. Les pommes-cannelles sont délicieux, mais moi, je les préfère dans le chocolat chaud. 🙂