Because when you can't travel, you can always dream about traveling... or plan your next trip! Enjoy the journey.
It's interesting how most people think starting a family means stopping to travel... when for others having kids is actually the BEST excuse to explore more. Pack nappies & comfort blankets... it's time to get inspired!
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...
One day I went skiing in Japan -and it literally changed my life. First days in that legendary powder and I was hooked. I went from enjoying it to LOVIN' IT! There's skiing, and there's skiing in Japan. And that's two different things...
I've been to Thailand many times now, and this temple is by far one of the most beautiful discoveries I've had the chance to make. Wat Pha Last is nestled in the forest, a few kilometers down the road to Doi Suthep. Built on the top of a rock, this Buddhist temple is completely out of sight, lost in the lush jungle, as peaceful as it can get. You won't find any tourists here, any tuk tuk or food stall, but only butterflies, Buddhas and monks.
Suffice it to say that I've fallen in love with Indonesia. In Bali, there's the best and the worst, so you'd better keep moving to find the place that will really charm you. Then you'll eventually understand why the hell people love it so much. For us, this place is called Uluwatu. With its easygoing spirit, it's the place that kind of... make sense, shall we say?
You can spend the day overflying desert islands and the night trekking on a volcano; attend a cooking class on the morning and ride a zipline in the jungle with wild monkeys around you on the afternoon. In short, it's a whole different world that awaits you with surprises you won't even imagine... Pack your flip-flops, swimsuit and passport. You're off to a big adventure!
Krystle has traveled the world shooting extreme sports. She has now chosen a nomadic lifestyle, moving seamlessly from adventure to adventure, documenting the places and the people along the way with stunning photography. The artist enjoys being cut off from civilization and immersed in adventure for weeks. “In a past life, I used to have that thing called a home…” says Krystle.
When I'm not traveling, there's one thing I LOVE to do: getting inspired by travelers from other parts of the world. Some really know how to create a beautiful compact digital postcard from their adventures. Let these 10 inspiring Instagram accounts inspire you to plan your next trip right now!
Oh la la, Paris, ses artistes, ses boutiques, ses gourmandises... The city that takes too many lifetimes to see. There is always something to see in this magical city. So much to discover that it's even hard to know where to start...
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?
New Zealand was my very first solo trip. You know, the kind that changes your lifestyle forever. That kind. The particularity of this country is that I loved every single place I've explored. So at the end, my only exigency was to discover. Anything.
The music must fit with the scenery. Otherwise there's no point going on a road trip -it's as important than having the car. So of course, it's N°1 on the list. I've been struggling to prepare my playlist earlier for my trip in Australia. So here it is!
Preparing yourself is part of the trip, yesss. But some tips never hurt anyone. From the Traveller's Playlist to the Emergency Kit, the Photo Series and the Zitch Dog Game, discover everything you need to make your road trip worth it!
Hong Kong is the perfect place for a stopover. A few hours or a couple of days, time to eat some Dim Sum, see the Peak and say Hi to Big Buddha, then you can hit the road again and head to your "real" destination. WRONG. Hong Kong is much more than that. This city offers plenty of opportunities, for all kind of profiles...