Kyoto is a really really amazing city (!!!), so amazing that I had a lot of difficulties writing this article without it being too long, and I had to control myself to not publish all my photos. This old capital which is a lot more traditional, less exuberant, more elegant and sophisticated than Tokyo, won … More Geishas, monkeys, foxes and other splendors in Kyoto
We left Tokyo quite early in the day to start our Japan tour. Once again, we hung around for a while in Tokyo station to check out all the different options for our lunch. The bento boxes were all pretty and colourful and the choice seemed impossible: takoyaki, sushi or katsudon, all these in beautiful … More From Magome to Tsumago – Following the footsteps of the samurai
We discovered Tokyo last January, right after our little stop in Kuala Lumpur. We knew that a trip to Japan would be THE ultimate culture shock of our lives! This trip required a little bit of preparation, as we wanted to maximise the use of our JR Pass (which cannot be ordered once in Japan). … More Cheers Tokyo!
We hit the road for some new adventures. We decided to leave the beautiful sun of Sydney, Chatime’s delicious bubble tea, the cockatoos that woke us up early every weekend, but we also said bye-bye to a comfortable life. We packed up our apartment, sold all our furniture and sent all the crap that we didn’t … More Coconut juice, mozzies and maxi-moon
Kadek, our driver, described his island of origin Nusa Penisa as intact, hidden away from tourism. An island that gives you an idea of what Bali could look like, before the tourist boom. The Balinese themselves name that island “the last island”, as it is the last place that escaped from tourism (especially because of … More Nusa Penida, the last island
I’ve been working almost 10 months with no leave. And so, for the Easter long weekend, I went back to Bali, 6 years after my first trip there! In Australia, Easter is not only about buying some Milka Easter eggs and hiding them all over the place in the apartment; it is one of the … More In the mood for Bali