Bordering Tibet, Langtang is a magnificent region of the Nepalese Himalayas. After April 2015's disaster, communities are slowly rebuilding their livelihoods, charm has survived and trekking in Langtang Valley is possible again. And that's a wonderful news.
Besides being the city's primary green lungs, Central Park is a favorite spot for many New Yorkers. It's perfect for walks, outdoor sports, sunbathing, ice-skating, picnics -and it's fringed with beautiful museums, boutiques and others great places.
New York is a thrilling, gorgeous, fantastic city. There is so much to see, to taste, to explore, you'd need a lifetime to know it all! Although there are some things that makes New York being... NEW YORK !
New York is a great city. It's huge, it's contrasted, vibrant, astonishing, colorful. From the day we've started dreaming about that trip, we've collected a long, long list of things to do in NY. And somehow, we managed to achieve all our goals in only one week -thanks to a perfect itinerary...
More than a race, the New York City Marathon is an institution. It all started in 1970 with just a few runners, to become the largest marathon in the world. Every year, it brings together 50 000 athletes from all parts of the world, plus as many people on the supporters' side...
Ohhh, wow. 2016 has been so great on so many levels I don't even know where to start. First comes the wonderful winter we've had, powder-hunting in Hokkaido. Of course, there's also that beautiful trip in Yunnan that completely disconnected us from our busy world in Hong Kong (...)
Fancy a road trip in Europe? Why not taking the scenic roads of Provence and go village hopping? The region boasts some of the most picturesque villages in France, if not all Europe. From cozy stone houses with terracotta terraces to astounding castle ruins, Provence has it all. Ready to hit the road?
Some will say Angkor Wat the most beautiful temple in Angkor. I agree on one thing: it's the biggest, probably the most impressive in terms of architecture. But for me, things got really interesting when I found myself lost in a temple, with no noise but singing birds and the wind blowing the trees leaves.
The Angkor Empire Marathon is held at the heart of the Angkor temple complex. Imagine hundreds of runners running and warming up in front of this magnificent historic site with a loud electro music resonating at 4 in the morning. It's something...
National sport of Thailand, Muay Thai is a combat sport similar to boxing and martial art. It uses the entire body, incorporating punches, kicks, elbows and knee strikes. It is so popular that instead of watching a fight, you can simply try it yourself and put yourself through the gruelling training of champions... I tried Muay Thai, and I loved it!
2015. What a year -again! I'm so incredibly thankful and humbled by everything that came from this year. I went to places I didn't even know existed before -to name one, Okinawa-, swam in the clearest water I've seen, snowboarded in the legendary powder snow of Japan, met incredible people from all over the world...
When you think about the places you'd like to visit in your life, China comes usually on top, with the Great Wall -and that's all. Living in Hong Kong, I've now heard about many fantastic China destinations I was unaware of before.
Buddhist grottos, national parks, wide deserts, spectacular land forms, high mountains... Did you know that China's vast territory endows the country with some of the most beautiful natural scenery on Earth?
Southeast Asia is a marvelous part of the world which perfectly balances mysterious temples, breathtaking landscapes and ancient history. There are so many unmissable things here that any personality would be able to find its happiness. It's an inexhaustible source of creative and spiritual inspiration.
I dreamed about that trip for so long, it became more a fantasy than a true project in my mind. Then we booked our flight. KTM. For the adventure of a lifetime. Six incredible days on the roof of the world.
“The happiest people don’t have the best of everything but they make the best of everything they have.”
Forget about the long & unrealistic list of resolutions you won't keep. Let's talk about a Happiness Bucketlist.
2014 has been a little bit crazy. A wedding. A hug with a koala. A one way ticket to Hong Kong. A kiss with an elephant. A jump from a plane. A Korean karaoke. A trek in the Himalayas. An encounter with a Buddhist monk. A Japanese garden. A cat café. A never to be forgotten curry. Yeah, we've pretty much kicked our bucketlist this year*.