News and views from St Tropez

Tuesday morning in St.Tropez. Caught the early morning bus into the village to check out the market.  Had very interesting discussion during the journey with the french bus driver on politics, economics and the demise of civilisation as we know it. Almost certainly a Marine Le Pen voter.  My french vocabulary was seriously challenged.


Would not want one even if I could have one. Too high maintenance and I tend to suffer from sea sickness.


The famous cafe on the port. Everyone was huddled inside as there was a chilly wind blowing through the port.



Hats and more hats



Typical St. Tropez cottons and linens.



My favourite shop. I just love the way they co-ordinate the colours


  1. 18th April 2014 / 00:27

    There’s a joke among boat owners that the two happiest days in their life are the day they buy their boat and the day the sell it. 😉 If I could afford the staff to maintain it for me…

    Love that blue sweater, what a gorgeous color!

  2. 18th April 2014 / 00:45

    Like you I would not have a boat even if I could afford it — for exactly the same reasons. 🙂 The hats are great but the plants caught my eye and the cottons and linens — divine.

  3. 19th April 2014 / 20:42

    Josephine this looks so lovely – I wish I were there! Hoping you enjoy a wonderful sunny easter!

    xo Mary Jo

  4. 25th April 2014 / 16:52

    J’adore les chaussures, I like this shoes

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