Tag Archives: Sunday markets

Our (too) quiet Sunday market

By this point in the year, it seems to us, the Greater Daglan Area should be a bit livelier — with more tourists wandering around, shopping, sightseeing, dining out, and of course clogging the roads. But probably because of Europe’s … Continue reading

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A Sunday market — in Issigeac

One of the joys of living in the Greater Daglan Area — that’s the GDA, as Radio Free Daglan insiders know it — is travelling from Daglan itself to other beautiful towns, villages and hamlets in the area. Roads are … Continue reading

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From the Sunday market to the plate

In the Greater Daglan Area, not every day involves dining out. Often we prepare our own meals, and often we base our meals on what’s available in the local markets. Since today was Sunday, that meant that it was market … Continue reading

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