I was here in Grasse two years ago and upon my arrival this August I noticed some changes. This famous medieval town in southern Provence – the perfume capital of the world – is looking (at the first glance) same as ever, on the outside, especially in the old part of the city. Yes, Jasmine… Continue reading What’s Up In Da City: Grasse, Part II – Olfactory Encounters
Here I go again, back to Grasse! Second time in three years, to be exact, spending my vacation there, already feeling a bit like a Grassoise. What does Grasse smell like? Jasmine, of course. Sprayed above the old medieval streets all day long: This time we rented an apartment in a lovely old Provencal house… Continue reading What’s Up in Da City: Grasse
It kind of surprised me, again. I do live in a moderate continental climate, four seasons and all, but still! Dusky, chilly mornings when you draw in a breath of the crispy smell of Autumn, the olfactory vision of wet ground, cinemonn colored leaves, rays of sunshine weaving through the clouds, earthy and woody scents… Continue reading Autumn Leaves Are Fallin’
Enjoy reading my reportage featuring Grasse, published on Naturala.hr! Read the full story here.