Normandy. Nothing like Normandy, to escape Paris for a day. This little town doesn’t disappoint with its charm, perfect for … More
Bonifacio, Corsica. For Becky B’s June’s Roof Squares.
Corsica, the beloved. Besides the occasional (delicious!) dinner and ice-cream at Porto Vecchio, this was the only Corsican town I … More
Corsica. For Becky B’s June’s Roof Squares.
Maybe, the reason why I needed so much time to sit down and write a post about Corsica, besides basic … More
Tenerife. I could write a sentence or two about how these twisted steps and roads we took at Tenerife, and … More
What struck me on Tenerife was the contrast between the North and the South. Soon after you land at the … More
Palombaggia, Corsica. It was quite ridiculous how little I read during the week on Corsica, not even 150 pages (flights, … More
Bonifacio, Corsica. For WPC: Place in the World. Several years ago, the choice for this post would have been so … More
Before I officially gather together the impressions of my family vacation on Tenerife, here’s a quick one, a specific selection … More
Montpellier. I rarely search for art in the streets. But, I guess that’s because I never have to. The best … More
Montpellier, France. I guess all of those Thursday posts got to me. I had begun to notice doors around me … More
I guess we have a winner. To be honest, I didn’t really feel that excited about going to Montpellier. I … More
Abbey Bookshop, librairie canadienne. This week, I was a lucky girl. All of those woulda, coulda, shoulda wishes I usually … More
Should I hide that my trip to Avignon was somehow not just a casual weekend away? It was the first … More
Paris Plage. Maybe, what I miss most about summer is not just street walks whose existence is barely touched in … More
Gaspé, Québec. When we are about to leave a certain place, eyes open up in a different way, thoughts swirl … More
La Rochelle. I can understand people’s obsession with doors we see in all those blog posts collecting the wonder of … More
If there is one destination in Slovenia that attracts the curious wondrous foreign eyes, it is lake Bled with its … More
The moments that make a year. For WPC.
Wordless Wednesday for Daily Prompt : Relocate.
Tadoussac, Québec. They say the sense of tranquility comes from within, but there were places I saw during my travels … More
At the top of Printemps, Boulevard Haussmann. I’m usually not the one encouraging people to go to department stores and … More
The place I should be obsessed about, even if only for two cute movies and those iconic scenes capturing the … More
One of the secrets to exploring Paris is to not only take the streets, but to also dive into its … More
A part of my summer wanderings in Paris, pretending to be a tourist when I stopped being one 3 years … More
Parc de Belleville.
Back to the old-school glow. For WPC.
Chute-Montmorency, Québec City. Some take their time and soak in the view, I, on the contrary, almost ran to the … More
Sometimes, the most usual family Sunday trip, a place you’ve passed by and seen a thousand times from your early … More
Sometimes, it’s good to not have expectations and just go to a place you hear is nice. Not knowing what … More
Let’s forget the grand cities and go-to destinations. Not just the big avenues and famous monuments, but all those talked-about … More
Québec City. Is there a better thing to do in a city than take one corner after another for a … More
A few of the best spots where those special, magical moments that make a journey worth it happened. Sunset : … More
Croatian beaches are not all ideal white sand ones. Maybe, that is why my ideal beach isn’t the white sand … More
This day gave me the whole package, and with that I mean the whole range of possible weather and the … More
Plage de Deauville, Normandie. Dipping your feet into the hot grainy sand and then into the refreshing ever flowing ocean, … More
Maybe, I should add this to the best reading spots list…
Gaspésie had had a great allure for me before actual arrival, but the very first morning I woke up in … More
Reflections after my journey through Québec, june 2017, part II That thing about travel, changing countries and distancing yourself from … More
It was an hour away from Montreal I finally felt I was in Canada. Canoeing on a small lake with … More
This city is so smooth. It may not overwhelm you, but you will still appreciate its lightness of being. It … More
It was the perfect day. Doing a spontaneous train trip with my best friend to Normandy, exploring the cheese markets … More
There are places, perfectly situated between the water and the hills, the rocks and the forests, where flora and fauna … More
Reflections after my journey through Québec, june 2017, part I I could start with so many things, still there was … More
A few days had passed and I honestly started believing I would never get it, that I’m forever limited to … More
La Forêt Magique, Percé, Quebec. A thick fog greeted me in the morning and all through the walk in the … More
France, like many European countries, is a treasure chest of (long) weekend trips, whether you want to explore charming old … More
He was watching a magnificently clear starry sky, in the pitch dark of a hill at the end of the … More
Isn’t it funny how sometimes we get the biggest warnings for the things, cities, sites we enjoy the most in … More
Wanderlust sometimes shows in less grand moments than we usually expect, yet it’s exactly there that it perhaps has that … More
Wordless Wednesday for the Daily Prompt.
The three days in this small Atlantic seaside town, three hours from Paris, was exactly what I needed. The mixture … More
Being a city girl, my everyday notion of nature usually ends with cats climbing roofs, trees along the avenues, luscious … More
Isn’t it funny how we measure our success as travelers in numbers sometimes? How many countries on how many continents, … More