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Mahé – Seychelles

Seychelles are as ideal as they look. Perfect temperatures, nice people, perfect view, perfect coast, perfect water, … Nature and tourism seem to go well together over the 100 islands.

Mafate – Ile de La Réunion

Let’s discover Mafate through a closed walk path (don’t do this kids if you don’t know the place). This place can only be reached by helicopter or by foot. Nature there is strong and preserved, … but for how long?

Kruth – Alsace – France

If you prepare a trip to Alsace, Autumn is probably the best moment. It can still be warm (not too much), the wine is about to be ready, the colours are as beautiful as an Indian summer.

Kingersheim – Alsace – France

You often ask where I am from. Imagine the end of the mining industries in Alsace and a place where nothing should have happened. Imagine people holding hands together whiping social differences and cultural backgrounds to build a little town in the suburb of Mulhouse. Today Kingersheim remains the quiet but animated all year by […]

The Mountains of Reunion Island

Away from the coast let’s see  what is inside this young island. Between Plaines and  3 Circus you can walk on the high point of the Indian Ocean: a 3070m high sleepy volcano or just an active one if you are lucky enough. You can also visit hidden cascades or simply test if you are afraid of heights …

In the heart of Donegal – Ireland

Slowly giving away some secrets of this magical location situated in the north of Ireland, may I share here some snaps taken away from the coast of Donegal. The scenario is unreal, a Castle, nearly no-one around, a dramatic sky, it’s too warm for a winter, … These were taken in December. Living these seems remote […]

Ghugan Barra – County Cork – Ireland

Discretely standing in the middle of the Gaelic area in the west side of County Cork, Ghugan Barra is a cute reserve and a perfect place to walk and appreciate the riversides away from the coasts.

Costal views from La Reunion

Doest Reunion Island has beautiful beaches, the answer is just below. This post doesn’t show the black sanded Ines but if you look more of my oldest posts you’ll find the rest.

Le Piton de la Fournaise – Ile de La Réunion

Surrounded by landscapes like the moon, this active volcano offers every year a natural unforgettable experience. Your water and you suncream are the most important when you get there and you should be impressed by everything: The walkway, the views, the hike, the unpredictable weather, the energy and for the lucky ones even an eruption […]

Fota – Cork – Ireland

Between a Parc and a reserve, Fota is a perfect occasion to go out. I’m not defending it but the area is often sunny and quiet. This feel specially less oppressive of the inhabitant. You will also be surprised by the mix of animals.

Ecomusée – Alsace – France

If you know Cantonas ads for the beer made in Alsace. Ecomusee would be the 3D version of it. Instead of demolishing a historical building, this reserve will do its possible to transfer, refurb and preserve these iconic constructions. An afternoon in the parc is worse the detour.

Dublin – Ireland

Quick round the in European Hipster’s headquarter and beloved city: Dublin

La Digue – Seychelles

Quiet, relaxing, beautiful, would be the words to describe this island. Everyone rides a bicycle there and enjoy whatever they need to under a perfect warm sun. Everything is at walking distance. Be careful not to trip over a giant turtle as they walk freely everywhere.

Cahors – France

Located in one of the multiple curves of the river Le Lot in France, Cahor is a charming little town. Driving south to Toulouse, if you want to avoid the A10, this place is a very good station for a food break… or more.

Pralin – Seychelles

L’Ile de Pralin aux Seychelles: Son calme, ses paysages, le fameux Coco de Mer unique au monde, … Tourisme et nature savent discrètement se marier dans un ambiance apaisante.

Bray – Ireland

Quick walk on my lovely and well missed sea front of Bray Co. Wicklow in Ireland. That day was very dramatic between the agitated sea, the threatening sky, the wind and the famous Bray Head Hotel for Sale ?!?. Souvenirs from Bray are also here:  2011, 2012, …

A short series of pics from the real one

Let’s appreciate Cork like one of these Van Gogh’s paints: first impression is a bit meh as an old overused harbour but if you slow down and look twice, details appears. Wait a bit longer and little secrets and hidden treasure can be noticed. Colors here are not modified, and are fit perfectly well with the Young […]

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