A Normandy Tapestry: A Portrait of Rural France


A Normandy Tapestry: A Portrait of Rural France The author moved to France with his wife and children to study French. The job he found to pay for his studies, 'taking on' and selling French property, has taken him behind the scenes of French rural life.

He tells of a land of remote farms and country hospitality, of cider, coffee and calvados.

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