― Michael Cunningham, A Home at the End of the World
I have always been interested in anything that has to do with flying and I have wanted to fly since I can remember. So when I recently had the chance to go on a flight in a micro light, I jumped at it. I was in France with a group of colleagues (picture below) and friends for a post doctoral psychology training. We stayed at a Chambres D’Hôtes in the Dordogne, called Chez Ilse (now renamed Le Chèvrefeuille ) in Pechboutier, near saint-Cyprien. The place is run by Ian and his wive Sarah.
A great place to stay and enjoy the love Perigeux Noir area. The training was on a Transactional Analysis basis at Saint-Raphael, Meyrals in the Dordogne area in France, a place to heal and find yourself. The trainer is Maarten Kouwenhoven, a Supervisor Transactional Analyst (TSTA), he runs the place together with his lovely wife Manette. He told me about this frenchmen who would take anyone up.
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When was the last time, you did something new ?
Last day dinner in Dordogne
Group picture Dordogne
Make you have a safe landing in life!