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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 […]

Brasilia from the Sky

Following all the suggestions from the local, I did not visit the city. I however had to smile when flying above the Capital city of Brazil…. Have you ever played a computer game like Cim City? (here is the adult version)

Île de La Réunion – Octobre 2019

On this video, you will be able to see the eruption of the volcano “Piton de la Fournaise”. There will be pictures of some natural wonders like the waterfall of Bassin La Paix, Grand Étang and the view of the old hydrologic clock. Finally the west coast from the sea and a salutation from the […]

The State Capitol – Austin, TX

Let’s focus on this beautiful building where the photos of the State’s decision makers was hanged. The Capitol doesn’t exactly stand in the city centre but manages to drag a lot of tourists around this area. The park around is very clean and the access to the building is free. However, you cannot bring your […]

Chicago from the sky

Pretty impressive views from the north of Chicagoland. Border by the Lake Michigan, this is the third most crowded City of the United States with 2.7 Millions inhabitants.

County Cork – Ireland

Wide, Wilde and timeless. County Cork offers days of beautiful tours ad natural interest. I strongly recommend a visit.

Portrush and the Ulster before Brexit

This road looks familiar right? Compared to 10 years, everything was well revamped, well presented and I felt driving that people would actually care to maintain. There were a lot of investments in the north these days, specially in the tourism industry. Also, thanks to the beloved cinema industry who was so far a huge […]

Mizen Head: the west of the west

One of the most extreme west end of Ireland, the peninsula would be very exposed to maritime elements. I paid the entrance for you (I know…) and let you appreciate the view. I personally found it over built and worse was to start a massive block of concrete and leaving it unfinished. Worse, it’s seem […]

Kinsale 2017

Some souvenirs from this colourful place on the south coast of County Cork.

Dublin and around

Did I ever mentioned that I am always happy to walk around this capital? I will leave here 21 pictures of my last trips there.

Cork’ street life

We often here about the good vibes of Cork. This city was the European capital of culture in 2005 and had since made all efforts to keep the good side of it. Not only you can have a good time every day and nights but we also have the whole city center involved when bigger […]

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 🙂

Belfast before Brexit

A last tour in Belfast before things will get more complicated. This city is a dense blend of history, culture and it just doesn’t look like that at first. Driving in town will first look “small” but the more you spend time, the more you need time to decrypts all symbols.

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.

Amsterdam, culture and snow

For a couple of hour or a couple of days, this city is definitely worse the visit. A train takes 15 min from the airport and leave nearly every 5 min.

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 […]

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