Big, Bigger, Biggest

Yessss, we are starting off big! I know, bit ironic, on a blog with the emphasis on the joy in the little things, let me explain…we, that is my husband, son and me, just got back from a fantastic road trip cruising the Amercian southwest. We crossed four states, each having it’s own charm and around every bend another jaw dropping view…will save those stories and photos for later posts, so stay tuned!

What we always do when abroad and groceries are to be bought at some point, is visiting the local weekly market or supermarkets. I know, some people hate this part, but we actually love it! Drop us on a market in South of France or in this case the local Wallmart and you won’t hear us for the next hour or so! The abundance of new, to us unknown brands or other fragrances or varieties of well-known articles or, in this case, just be amazed by the size of the packaging!

I mean, who said size didn’t matter?!  

Do you like shopping abroad or is it just a necessity and do you keep your trips to the local deli, market or supermarket restricted to an absolute minimum when travelling?

Feel free to comment, send feedback or just say hello! Still in the process of starting up this blog, so thanks in advance for your patience with this newbie in blog town!




5 thoughts on “Big, Bigger, Biggest

  1. Hi! How are you? I saw your amazing blog its so awesome! That’s why I followed you 😀 Wow! I hope to read more of your post. I hope we could be friends also. 😀 Nice meeting you.


    1. Nice to meet you Jonin and thank you so much for your lovely encouraging words, that means a lot to this newbie in blogtown😉 New posts coming up on regular basis so hope you’ll keep enjoying them! Have a nice day, Ingrid💁🏻

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  2. When we go to France I love a bit of retail therapy! Food too and we always try to eat local produce when we cook in the apartment we are staying in! Looking forward to your blogs!


    1. Glad you liked it Sue☺️ little project this blog, we’ll see how it goes, but it keeps me occupied! Indeed on our America trip we didn’t have any apartments this time but many of the rooms had a kitchenette and balcony, so small plates and breakfast were doable so that of course is a real money saver and perfect excuse to hit the local markets😉 Enjoy your day in lovely Cornwall, hope to visit one day xxx


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