To think I nearly didn't bother coming here. The guide books warn of narrow winding roads on the approach to the hill-top town and that campervans are banned from the centre. Domme is a sort of cross between a Cotswold village, Totnes market and, err, um, somewhere in France. I'm sure I recognize the guy selling knitted sandles in the market from Totnes. The views from here over the Dordogne and beyond are breathtaking, a real jewel in a gem e … Read More
Lived in Kent, then Devon, now France.
Trained as a Mental Health Nurse in Canterbury, then at Training South East (Sandhurst) in Transactional Analysis with Alice Stephenson (dec'd) , Suzanne Boyd and Mellie Lewin.
Managed a Private Psychiatric Nursing Home for very mentally ill patients in Devon for 3 year before retiring to France in 2006.
Dad, a POW, wrote letters home to his family in the Wirral, Cheshire, England during WW2. I blogged them for 2 years after he died. You can now purchase the paperback ( or the eBook) here. Click the image.