Jacqueline Swartz grew up in San Francisco, lived in Greece and Paris and now resides in Toronto. She has traveled to no-go places in Northern India, interviewed philosophers in Paris and sent political dispatches from Athens. Her work appears in major Canadian publications, and she has written for Cosmopolitan in the US and Conde Nast Traveler in the UK and Agence-France Presse. Travel writing encompasses her interests and passions, from food to art, from health to archeology. When it comes to social media, she is still finding her way.
The Luberon area of Provence is known for its hilltop towns, lavender fields and its colorful bounty–purple aubergine, scarlet tomatoes, and the orange-fleshed Cavaillon melon that is famous all over France.