We have now arrived in the south of France in a small provencal town called Maubec. It has few inhabitants and is around an hour from a few different cities. Its a place many would love to call home. situated infront of the Luberon mountain, rich in forests and rocky facades. In summer its an abundance of fresh stone fruit, lavender feilds, vineyards, sunflowers and the smell of wild thyme blowing through from the mountains. It's a place I spent most of my time in France growing up. It's a place Kim and I are going to call home until the end of summer (September/October). We now begin the search for work, transport (most likely a motorbike) and perhaps escape further south to Spain, Portugal and maybe even Morocco. But who knows. We have left Australia and our good lives there for an adventure. As cozy and homely as this place is... the adventure is about to truly begin.
Tomorrow we head out to one of the most famous antique markets in France, Les Brocante de l'Isle sur la Sorgue. We will try post our finds, or at least some photos from the markets tomorrow.