Ghana is a country in West Africa. It is located between Ivory Coast, Togo and Burkina Faso. Formerly called Gold Coast, it was a former English colony. Ghana had its independence on 6th March 1957, thanks to Kwame Nkrumah’s incredible work and who became the prime minister and president of Ghana. It was the first … Continue reading Ghana
Last year, in November 2016, I traveled for the first time in Asia, in Thailand. I had the chance to travel a bit around Thailand. Starting from Bangkok, Krabi Town, Koh Lanta, Ao Nang, Phuket, James Bond Island and Koh Phi Phi. I’ve seen marvellous landscapes, several magnificent temples. I met very open minded, warm … Continue reading Thai Flavours | Saveurs thaïlandaises
In October 2015, I had the chance to go to South Africa, Cape Town specifically. What a beautiful city! It was an unforgettable experience especially from a cultural and personal point of view. At this time of the year, the winter has just ended and the summer is slowly showing up. En octobre 2015, j’ai … Continue reading South Africa, Cape town | Afrique du Sud, le Cap
In the summer of 2015, I went to Chania, Crete in Greece. Chania is to the west on the island of Crete. It is the second largest city of Crete behind Heraklion. It is made up of an old Venetian harbor with its famous lighthouse, an Orthodox church, a Janissian mosque (now a museum), many … Continue reading Crete | Crète
In June 2015, I was on holiday for several days in Croatia, in Split precisely. It is the second largest Croatian city after Zagreb. Split is built on the ruins, very well preserved, of the Palace of Diocletian. It is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most impressive monuments of … Continue reading Split (Croatia | Croatie)
In summer 2013, I spent a few days in Lagos in the Algarve region of southern Portugal. It was the first time I went to Portugal, so it was quite unknown. Lagos is a small seaport and historic seaside town. Indeed, it was the main port for the "Discovery Trips" in the 15th century between … Continue reading Portugal, Obrigada!