Before we arrived in Thailand, I tried to reach out to different LGBT associations asking them if they could help me identify Rainbow families. We managed to identify 2 families of lesbians with kids but unfortunately we were not able to meet them face to face. We still wanted to have a testimony from a… Read More Matcha Phorn In, a Thai lesbian, mother and human right educator who is really out and proud!
Here is a video of our stay in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap Pour voir les photos cliquez ICI
We arrive in Siem Reap after 6 hours by bus. The tuk-tuk takes us to our hotel. Disappointing room because very small, dark and without chair / table but it does not matter because the pool is great with tables and chairs nearby (a little hard to do school anyway!). Sacha beat his pool time… Read More Siem Reap – the Angkor temples
After an 8h bus ride and a border crossing with no difficulty, we took a Tuk-tuk to get to our hotel. For the first time since the beginning of the trip, Sacha was sick with fever but he was super brave during the ride. We spent a few days in our first destination in Cambodia.… Read More Phnom Penh – Royal city
We discovered Lisa and Jenni during our research to prepare for the world tour. Lisa and Jenni went around the world in 2011 to meet LGBT activists in different countries. They made a TED talk to explain their trip (more than 1.6 million views, we really advise you to watch it). We contacted them by… Read More Lisa, Jenni and Charlie – How do they become a happy rainbow family
We spent a month in Vietnam. We have seen beautiful landscapes, experienced thrilling adventures, met people and taken many means of transportation! The video : HERE To see Vietnam photos, visit the PIWIGO gallery
The old town of Hoi An is located in the province of Quang Nam in central Vietnam. It was one of the merchant ports that, between the fifteenth and nineteenth century, traded with the countries of south-east and east Asia and with the rest of the world. Its conservation permit a beautiful authenticity (no pressure… Read More Hoi An – Beautiful old city
Tam Coc is a village near Ninh Bin, known as Halong Bay on land. Indeed, the karstic mountains rise by peaks in the region. In addition it is possible to take a boat ride along the river and go through 3 caves (Tam Coc means 3 caves in vietnamese). It is very impressive to see… Read More Tam Coc – The Halong bay on land!
Our second stop in Vietnam was at the seaside. Not far from Halong Bay, Cat Ba Island offers a cheaper alternative than cruises to enjoy the beautiful scenery formed by the hundreds of rocky islands that come out of the sea. The trip by bus and ferry was a little stirring but not too long… Read More Cat Ba – A great alternative to the Halong Bay
We stayed one week in Hanoi without much sightseeing. We first experienced heavy rains and cockroaches (See our video for more). We were in an AirBnB in a modern building and did not expect cockroaches. The change of housing brought us to the center. We then discovered a different universe. We were staying in a… Read More Hanoi – a crazy city