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Is one week in Costa Rica enough?

  I had been wanting to go to Costa Rica for the last two years. Last December, I finally found the courage to book my Yoga Teacher Training and it happened to be located in Costa Rica! How amazing it was to do two of my favourite things together: explore a new country and learn more yoga! Even more extraordinary, I convinced my friend Maxine to join me for one week before the training. I remember making beds on the boat we used to work on together, thinking about the day we would go travel, and how much we talked about going to Costa Rica… it seemed so far and so impossible to make it… but we talked about it so much! Because we were short on time, we decided to focus on only two destinations: Tamarindo Beach and the Arenal Volcano. To travel around Costa Rica, we rented a 4×4 car. The roads were actually mostly in good conditions, but having a 4×4 seemed like the safest option.  We got the car delivered to us at …

4 weeks in Mexico : Tulum, Oaxaca, Puerto Escondido and Merida

I just spent one month in Mexico, the first week by myself and the following 3 weeks with friends. Was I scared to go there by myself ? Yes! Would I do it again? Absolutely! From Tulum to Oaxaca to Puerto Escondido, we stuck to main tourist paths, and still got to experience a lot of the mexican culture while enjoying a beautiful holiday destination. I fell in love with Mexico. Here are my best (and worst) experience in Mexico.

My Australian Life

I have been procrastinating for too long. I wish I could just say that I was too busy to write, but let’s face it : I’ve been just too busy making the most of my time in Australia (and… ok, also, I’ve been working a lot!). So, what has happened since last time I posted something on the blog? Let’s take the time to talk about living in Australia, discovering it’s culinary culture and what has happened meanwhile back home (in France). Cela fait un moment que je n’ai rien écris sur le blog, et même si j’aimerais me trouver des excuses, j’avoue que je n’ai pas pris le temps d’écrire, puisque j’étais bien trop occupée à profiter de la vie Australienne (et ok, j’ai aussi beaucoup bossé ces derniers mois). Il est donc grand temps de me rattraper et de faire un point sur mes découvertes culinaires à Sydney et puis aussi de revenir sur les derniers événements qui ont touché la France.

Top Food Spots in Barcelona / Bonnes Adresses à Barcelone

A couple of years ago, I’ve lived for 3 months in Barcelona while working on a boat. There, I have discovered a rich and tasteful cuisine, and one of the best places to indulge yourself with delicious tapas. So, here are my favorite spots to eat in Barcelona. Il y a quelques années, j’ai passé 3 mois à Barcelone où je travaillais sur un bateau. Là-bas, j’ai découvert une cuisine riche et succulente, certainement l’un des meilleurs endroits au monde pour se faire plaisir en mode tapas-à-volonté! Voici donc ma petite liste de mes endroits préférés à Barcelone. 

Indonesia : Flores and Wae Rebo village / Indonesie : Flores et le village de Wae Rebo

L’Indonésie. Étant donné les 17000 îles qui composent le paysage de ce pays aux multiples visages, il m’était difficile de faire un choix sur les lieux que je voulais visiter en particulier. J’ai donc commencé par l’île dont j’avais tellement entendu parler: Bali. Mais rapidement je me suis laissée dériver pour embarquer à bord d’un bateau en direction de l’île de Flores… Indonesia. With about 17.000 islands, it was hard to decide where exactly I wanted to go and explore the immense mix of cultures that offers this country. So I started with the must-see: the beautiful Bali. But soon I drifted and found myself on a boat direction Flores…