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Mafate from the Taibit to Col des Boeufs

Imagine a place where your have no roads with tarmac and no power lines but people still live in a modern life. Probably futuristic? No it’s Mafate In these villages, the taxis are flying and people enjoy the nature (like any dream books) According to them, life is relax but sometime you could feel a bit […]

Quick tour in the Amazonia forest and meeting with a tribe

After a ride on these water taxis and a quick walk between these massive trees, I was invited to sit in a hut and watch a dance made by the locals. Just to remind a bit on the context, you have to imagine that thousands of tourists are trying to play the “Indiana Jones” in […]

Rio Negro, Amazon and Manaus

Manaus is also famous for its rivers. Imagine, the Rio Negro is slightly warmer than the Amazon river. when they converge, they don’t mix straight away. Instead there is a sort of dance aside in a distance of 4 Kilometres. It is just impressive from the sky or from the surface. That’s not it. The […]

Manaus – 2018

The last big city before the wild Amazing Amazon looks like a movie set. On one side, Father Santa waits for you in a perfect occidental setup with its bars, skyscrapers, shopping malls and culture night. And on another side the expected life on the rhythm of the River and all local wonders. This city […]

Timoleague, the house of Molaga

Okay I finally revealed the place of one of the best restaurant in this county. The small village also is known for it’s abbey was founded by the Franciscan order in 1240 A.D. Anyway long life to Dillons! If you want to figure out who Molaga is: http://www.timoleague.ie

Cork, sky, streets and river

I have found these view from Cork sad, dark, but also joyful and restful.

Blackrock Castle – Cork city

Let’s make a quick tour in the area of Cork, where a small but noticeable fortification has now been converted to an Observatory. Ideally reached with a bicycle, this castle has a restaurant as well and the coastal walk is actually beautiful.

Lowveld View – The green African Colorado

Here is a breath taking view of a green canyon. Located in the Mpumalanga, the Blyderiver has patiently shaped this natural wonder for centuries. I also have to recommend the hole road across the natural reserve and other points of views. I could not do all of them as I drove there a day after […]

UCC and surroundings

Cork without the University College could be like Harry Poter without Hogwarts or The Shining without the Overlook hotel…. lame wouldn’t it be? Anyway I leave these photos and will walk later on the other side of the city.

Toulouse – France

The pink city is famous for the aeronautic industry but if you spend more time in its centre, you may love the architecture, art, and night walk along the crowded quays after a warm day,

Sainte Suzanne et la cascade Niagara 2013

The “Niagara fall” in La Reunion is of course not the same size as the famous canadian water attraction. But be aware that during the wet season it could grow as big as the shape of the stone uncovered by the vegetation around.

Le cirque de Navacelles

The Cirque de Navacelles has been designed by the Vis river between the Hérault département and the Gard département. This natural site has been created approximately 3 million years ago.

Pori

Return to – Finland – Europe

killkenny 2005

Sunny eh, I still remember the year 2005, it was exactly like that day in Kilkenny. This lovely town is one of the first we did visited. Here is the official info: Kilkenny (Irish: Cill Chainnigh, meaning “church of Cainnech”) is a city and is the county town of the eponymous County Kilkenny in Ireland. […]

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