In november, we spend 12 days in Borneo’s Island in the Malaysian part. We climb the Mount Kinabalu (4’095m.) and dive in Sipadan. Enjoy. V & G
A last adventure in our big adventure. Diving in Komodo will be one of the best memories of this 8-month trip across Asia. Unfortunately we were not equipped with an underwater camera. So you can only trust us on this … Continue reading
Get away with the blues of november ! Welcome into the blue of Togian Islands & Bali, Indonesia.
Enter Tana Toraja in South Sulawesi and you will soon find yourself impregnated by the animist myths and rituals that mix deads and alives in vibrant ceremonies. In this mountainous region, the mist adds up to the mystic atmosphere that … Continue reading
Too much of the wet season in South-East Asia ? So, why not going to Nepal ! That’s what we decided at the last minute, having all our trekking equipment ready in our backpacks. After 23 days hiking in … Continue reading
Angkor is the heart and soul of Cambodia. Today, 1200 years after the first constructions began, this is still a place of pilgrimage and an object of pride for all Khmers. Here, kings successively built temples to honour the gods … Continue reading
Pictures from the North (Kratie) to the South (Kampot and Kep) passing by Phnom Penh. A land of water since Cambodia’s pulses are bound to the flow and floods of the Mekong and other affluents. Especially now in the monsoon season.
Tourism has been booming in Laos for the last 10 years. Trying not to fall into the traps of rapid and intensive tourism (which has for example ruined one of the most beautiful places in South East Asia, I am … Continue reading
We are discovering northern Laos and its multiple ethnies, all bound to the forest.
Au moment de quitter la Chine, que nous n’avons fait qu’effleurer au travers de quelques provinces, nous plongeons une dernière fois dans les racines de cet immense empire. 4’000 ans d’Histoire courent sur ces terres, berceaux de la soie, du … Continue reading
China is crowded, everyone knows that (more than 1.3 billion people live there). And when China is on summer vacations it is difficult to find a historical or natural or sacred site that is not packed with students, families and … Continue reading
Souls may find elevation in Xiahe, not only because it is suspended at 2920m above sea level. The Labrang Monastery is a holy site and pilgrims travel long distances across highlands to come and bend here. In the rising sun, … Continue reading