Comme promis, on entame aujourd’hui le récit de mon dernier voyage.
L’ìle de la Réunion.
Un joyau français de l’océan indien où j’ai eu la chance d’être invitée accompagnée de ma Célinette. C’était un séjour inoubliable et je suis impatiente d’entamer enfin les articles pour tout vous raconter dans les moindres détails, jour par jour, ou presque, et partager avec vous nos découvertes et nos bonnes adresses.
Au programme de cette chouette semaine, et donc de mes prochains articles, la découverte d’une île fantastique, aussi belle que diverse, qui offre au voyageur une variété de paysages et d’activités assez … READ MORE
ALWAYS BE YOURSELF. UNLESS YOU CAN BE A MERMAID. THEN, ALWAYS BE A MERMAID.
Yesterday, like every first Saturday of summer, was the MERMAID PARADE 2014!
I had loved it so much last year that Romain and I had decided to do it “for real” this time, we had planned to dress up and everything! Unfortunately, Romain is in North Carolina for work. I was a bit disappointed but still very excited, and I decided to go with my camera and a lot of sunscreen on to Coney Island to bring you many pictures.
Creativity, humor and cheerfulness were the … READ MORE
About two weeks ago, I started a series of short and long trips that I like to call “my trip around the world in 60 days”. I’m now taking a two-week break in New York (I went back to square one to do laundry and update the blog) but I will leave again soon, and I really intend to take this time to publish many articles – I have so many things to share with you.
This journey began with four days in Montreal.
I always feel emotional going to Montreal : it was the first town I ever flew … READ MORE
Corcovado… It’s hard to wake up from such a dream!
After discovering the Caribbean coast in Puerto Viejo, we decided to end this journey in Costa Rica by visiting another National Park, but on the other side of this beautiful country, on the Pacific coast.
We had had to take a bus for several hours among the banana plantations then a boat in the Rainforest to finally reach our first destination, Tortuguero. As for the Pacuara Lodge, it was a really wild trip in ferocious rapids. So we thought we knew everything about inaccessible, heavenly, pure, preserved … READ MORE
After our two first stop-offs in the rainforest jungle in Tortuguero and the Pacuare Lodge, we travelled to the Caribbean coast and spent two nights in Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, a lovely colorful village full of Jamaican influences near the National Park of Cahuita. The surrounding beaches are famous for being the most beautiful ones on the coast, and the surfers particularly like the Puerto Viejo waves, known as the “salsa brava”, the biggest waves in Costa Rica. More than twenty different nationalities have settled there, and you can feel this very cosmopolitan and relaxed atmosphere when walking in … READ MORE