Video here: When I was thinking of New orleans, the first images that came to my mind were of music, music, music, live bands playing in the street, people outside everywhere, beautiful architecture and history, and a diverse mix of people. With my friend Solen we went to New orleans for the week end, and … More A week end in new Orleans
Yes, it is totally possible to travel to French Polynesia on a budget! Before going there I was thinking everything would be crazy expensive. We all have in our mind the images of luxury hotels on lagoons, and couples on their honeymoon drinking a cocktail in front of the sunset. Anyway, I thought French Polynesia … More French Polynesia on a budget
As I had not planned my trip to French Polynesia that much, I could not go to Maupiti as all flights were full because of the high season there. So after Fakarava and Rangiroa, I decided to go dive to a third atoll, Tikehau. View from the plane. Rangiroa to Tikehau. I had high hopes as many years back, Cousteau … More Diving Tikehau
There are few places in the world where you feel a strong connection to. Rangiroa is definitively one of the places I have liked the most since I started this trip in December, along with Itacare in Brazil. And my favorite island in the Tuamotus, diving was the best I have had. I think a … More Rangiroa, my favorite island in the Tuamotus
So, what it’s like to dive in Fakarava? In one word: fantastic!! I have done 4 dives just outside the north pass and in the north pass in the last 2 days with Thibault and Marion from O2 Fakarava. Fakarava atoll on the lagoon side. The least I can say is that I have not been … More So… what it’s like to dive in Fakarava?
I had the feeling I was going to like Auckland even though I only had 48h there. First I love Sydney, I find it spectacular with all its small bays. So I had the idea that Auckland is like a ‘little Sydney’ – no offense there! Luckily I had one of my former trainee who … More 48h in Auckland
…comme si je ne l’étais déjà pas assez! French will understand. Two hours after I finished my last post on Timor Leste, I started feeling cold (strange with an average of 30 degrees there), and body ache. And yes I visited for you …Dili Stamford hospital! They confirmed that was dengue. I am skipping all … More Atauro, Timor Leste – 10 things to do in the island, and… dengue