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Random tour in the South

So I basically took the car and went in Glendalough, Cahir, Cashel and Kilkenny. Here are a couple of photos to illustrate how nice this idea was 🙂

The house of Father Ted

As a fan of the TV show, it is difficult to drive in county Clare and miss this famous house. If you have more time I also suggest to spare some time in Kilfenora. Between the Vaughan’s Pub and the lovely people from the surrounding accommodation, this will definitely be a good refreshing time.

Seasons greetings from Cork

Busy between the school Choirs and gifts hunting, I can now wish you: Bonne Fete Caf Happy pub crawling Happy Christmas, and so on … May the end of the year be enjoyable And please spare a tree: be more creative than this 🙂

The Beara Peninsula

The the west of county Cork, the Beara Peninsula will charm you with its view, people and quiet surroundings. I can just remember how relax I was by just thinking about it.

The Samson crane barge at Ardmore in the County of Waterford

In 1987, off the coast of Waterford, pushed by the Gael, a massive crane barge from Liverpool crashed along the cliffs. Dangerous pollutants were removed soon after the barge went aground and the 2 men aboard were rescued so naturally, instead of removing the remains, why wouldn’t we make history? I suppose we have more to follow […]

In this charming Haut-Rhin

Childhood or not, Alsace is one of the best compromise in Europe, Celte, Germanic, French and most of central in Europe. Alsace is rich in history.

Links to search for a mid to long term accommodation in Ireland

I’ve been suggested to translate this article in English as it has helped thousands to search up mid to long term accommodation already. Suggestion and preparation: Ireland is famous for its housing crisis. Let’s consider it as part of the culture. I recommend not to be too specific in your search terms as this drastically […]

Les companies qui desservent l’Ă®le de La RĂ©union

Cette petite prise de vue des diffĂ©rentes companies qui desservent La RĂ©union a étĂ© effectuĂ©e en Octobre 2018. L’idĂ©e c’est de clarifier d’oĂą on peut dĂ©coller pour venir directement sur l’Ă®le, Combien de temps cela prend, avec quelle compagnie et les services minimums : – Baggages authorisĂ©s avec poids minimal, – Repas ? La RĂ©union est Ă©galement accessible […]

Plants of Brittany

Can I invite you to crawl down a bit an see what we are usually stepping on when travelling in Brittany. I should do more of these, they are little treasures.

Trouver un logement en Irlande

Juste un nouvel article rapide pour donner les bonnes mĂ©thodes de recherche tous les nouveaux francophones qui dĂ©barquent en Irlande pour du moyen et long terme. Conseils et prĂ©parations : La crise du logement en Irlande fait partit de la culture, Ă©vitez les recherches trop spĂ©cifiques qui rĂ©duisent les choix, n’hĂ©sitez pas. PrĂ©fĂ©rez les visites […]

Costal views from Brittany

It’s like a postcard from these sunny places with untouched beaches and surrounding. It’s because it is sometimes too cold … 🙂

… and a night in Lyon

Lucky enough to walk in Lyon the nigh before the Light festival, may I share here what you can expect (without fighting the crowd)

Lyon, a day …

Lyon in France would be like Cork in Ireland: a second capital … right …. Spending the day there is a very good idea. The city is walkable but massive as well. There will be more to follow soon 🙂

Streets of Cork

Cork has a vibe. Between the remains of this ageing harbour and the attempts to keep it as a cultural hotspot, the life in this town suddenly becomes timeless.

Johannesburg … shortly

I was driving most of the time and had other excuses to just bring these photos back. There is a bit of everything from this world here really: between slums and luxury, modern skyscrapers and history … I take this as a humbling experience.

Between Limpopo and Mpumalanga

Huge, beautiful and diverse. Also between villages, townships, shops along the road and massive farms, you will have a lot to see and experience.  

A last set of snaps from Kruger park

I made more photos from the Kruger Park but will now move on to other places in South Africa after this last ones. Leaving this experience, I believe there is here a hard compromise between tourism and nature. I still smile when I think about the ways camps are surrounded by fences: I felt like […]

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