Mauritius : L’Aventure du Sucre, scuba diving & hiking Le Pouce

Scuba diving near Trou aux Biches in Mauritius
After one whole day spent at the Maritim Resort & Spa, trying out ALL the water sports & different activities they offer… I was keen to explore some more the island. It was nice to spend a day at the resort actually, but it was enough for me 😉 So after a nice breakfast, off I went for more adventures! Alone, as apparently I must be the only one getting bored in an all inclusive hotel… Never
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Mauritius: swimming with wild dolphins, Chamarel & Port Louis

View of Bénitiers island in Mauritius
Usually if hubby says he’s gotta go out of town for work is not good news. Oh, except when he says he gotta go to Mauritius. & you should come along too! 🙂 That’s how on a sunny Friday afternoon we landed in Mauritius! Our jeans switched for shorts and our rented car picked up, we headed straight to Port Louis, the capital of the island. & more precisely to the Central Market for a late lunch.
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Marseille : Calanques & bouillabaisse

Visiting the Calanques National Park in Marseille
One can’t go to Marseille & not to visit the Calanques National Park. Or not to eat a bouillabaisse… but we’ll talk about it later 😉 Let’s start at the beginning, between Marseille & Cassis the coast is full of coves & little creeks & the water has an incredible color : that’s the Calanques National Park. Happy to have our driving boat license, we first rented a bo
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Wandering Marseille

The Old Port in Marseille, France
The sky is so grey & rainy here in Paris at the moment. It almost feels like summer is already over 🙁 So I thought it was the perfect time to go through all the blue sky pictures from our visit to Marseille a couple of weeks ago. Although actually to see such a blue sky made me feel even more upset as I miss summer even more now ahah! 😉 Anyway we arrived in Marseille on a sunny Saturday, left our bags a
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Festival d’Avignon

Theatre Festival in Avignon, France
I just got back from the Festival d’Avignon, which is a major French theatre festival, hosted every July in the medieval town of Avignon, in the South of France. During 3 weeks, new plays, old successes, dance shows, music gigs, one man shows,… will perform non-stop, in the hope to get discovered and to find a producer for the winter season. When I was there, there were more than 1.400 shows playing every
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