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18 August 2018

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Heaven - in absolutely every sense of the word. What a beautiful picture you paint with words Corey. Thank you. It would be wonderful to be there!

A slice of heaven, indeed. Oh it would be nice to sit in the shade under those old trees. And that table setting is perfection.

What a serene setting! Did you snap any pictures of the food, too?

Sorry but I was confused about the trees. I believe they are called Platanus trees. Plaintain trees are a type of banana tree or similar to and grow in the tropics mainly.

Ah ok, I looked them up. They're Plane trees. In French they're Platane trees. Origianlly from Persia and taken to the Med by the Romans. Yes they are so lovely and strong and shady. Thanks for showing them to us. Here is a very interesting article about the French Platanes https://www.mirabeauwine.com/under-the-platanes-french-plane-trees/

Wow! That first picture of the trees is soul therapy. How I love them! Thank you for sharing, Corey.

I love that you appreciate how lucky you are to live in this place, in this country, in this life. I am so happy for you too.

Quelle beauté ! Mon cœur mon âme mon corps, hurlent : oui oui oui🦋💎💙 amène moi - la bas....;-)))
Et j’ai fermée mes jeux......💙

Yes, the bark looks like the USA plane trees or sycamores.

Yes, Liane, all in the same family - "Platanaceae".

Thank you for creating such a wonderful portrait with your words.

Hi Kathie, No I did not. I simply enjoyed it.

Guess you'll just need to go back there sometime, then, so you can take photos of the food as well. I know, I know, it's a dirty job, but SOMEONE has to do it!

Ops sorry, I've replied to the wrong person.

Yes sally, all in the same family - "Platanaceae".

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