Here is the video of our stay in Hua Hin in Thailand. We were luck about the awesome accomodation and weather (rain during the night only!). You can also see our pictures HERE
After a very urban stay in Bangkok, we wanted to get some fresh air! We also did not want to spend days traveling to the beaches of southern Thailand, so we left for Hua Hin, about 4 hours by train from Bangkok. It was a stay too short as we really liked it there!! Natacha… Read More Hua Hin, a great week by the beach in Thailand
During our visit to Shanghai, we had the chance to meet Yan and Ann. They organized a party in their apartment in our honor and then hosted us at their home. They immediately agreed to be interviewed to talk about their plans to start a family. Yan has her own company, she studied languages and… Read More Interview of Yan & Ann: a future chinese Rainbow family
We took a night train in China between Xian and Chengdu. Sacha tells you all about it!
Our flight from Chengdu to Hong Kong was not scheduled in our original itinerary. We had to spend another 10 days in China, including a week volunteering at a school but unfortunately this was not possible. In the plane, we had a few big laughs 1. we did not know if our Chinese Visa will… Read More Great memories from Hong Kong
Here are few pictures of chinese we caught sight of during our visits. I love taking portrait pictures during our trips and I am really disappointed by the zoom of the camera we took which does not allow me to take portrait pictures from far away….
LUOYANG We will remember Luoyang, the home of Yoyo who hosted us. Sacha and Leo (Yoyo’s son) played well together. Yoyo also made us discover the noodle soup with beef (and black pudding) for the … breakfast. XIAN We loved the ramparts of Xian. A bike ride a little rainy but superb. We were… Read More Luoyang, Xian and Chengdu
Let’s go back a few weeks to tell you about one of our adventures in China. For martial arts enthusiasts (like Sara), it’s a mythical place. The cradle of Zen Buddhism and the historical temple of the most famous warrior monks: Shaolin. To go to the Shaolin Temple, we have to take a bus from… Read More Shaolin experience…
Some of you know that in Paris we have already welcomed several couchsurfers. A couchsurfer is someone who travels and who enjoys the hospitality offered by a resident of the city visited by sleeping most often on his couch but some host even offers a private room. We had the opportunity to host a… Read More A wonderful weekend with a Thai Family
Sacha is sharing about his discovery of the Darhma cave here in China.