I can only think of 2 reasons why you would be reading these lines in the midst of the COVID crisis – you are looking to escape reality and travel through words and pictures or you are still travelling (luck you!!) and looking around for recommendations. We went to Italy right when the borders reopened in late July, we were seen as reckless at the … Continue reading Puglia, Italy ideal destination right now?
…are not enough! This trip made me come up with a new travel theory; you need to stay as many days as the number of flight hours required to reach destination. In our case, we got a 13 hour and 30 minute flight, we should have stayed at least 13 days and let me tell you why below. Taiwan is wrongly associated with the “Made … Continue reading 10 days in Taiwan…
We hear very few people say that they are spending their holidays in Israel (and that should not be the case !!) besides those who are visiting family and friends or those on a pilgrimage to tread on the holy land. But in my case after a short stay a couple of years ago for work, I really wanted to go back there and take … Continue reading A week long itinerary in Israel
I am so grateful to live in a world where you can book cheap last minute flight tickets to flee a very moody weather and land where Summer is already happening. Not so glad about that contributing to climate change (but this is another topic). So when we saw that the weekend’s temperatures were below 10 degrees (yes in May) we foraged the internet for … Continue reading Summer in Spring in Alicante
Born and raised in south east France, you would think that I know Lyon like the back of my hand but surprisingly it was only my second stay in this city. Of course I had previously done the basics such as shopping at “La part Dieu”, strolling “Le parc de la tête d’or”, crossing the “Place Bellecour” and visiting a couple of “Traboules” which I … Continue reading A long weekend in Lyon…
I actually did not really like Kyoto (hahah what a great way to start a travel report on a city…). I liked it as being a japanese city with Temples, Shrines, traditional houses and amazing food but was not a big fan of the number of tourists by square meters and the general vibe. It made me feel like we were more in a museum … Continue reading Travel Report: Kyoto 2018
I remember spending New Year’s Eve 2000, the one with all the end of the world propheties, in Marrakech. So it has been 18 years since I visited last and I can tell you that everything changed but the best ! We did not stay long but just enough to discover some new places. Accommodation:The very first question that you will have to ask yourselves … Continue reading Travel Report: Marrakech 2018