We are Eloïse & Luc, in December 2014 we decided to fly from France to Australia and start a 18 months world tour. We always were fascinate about discover the world and its wonders. That’s why we left everything and start to travel around the world to make memories and see all the beauties of Earth. The road is not finish and we’ve got many countries on our list. Once you start, it’s difficult to stop wander…
We surfed at Byron Bay, swam with wild dolphins at Esperance, saw the cherry blossom during spring in Japan, hiked the Angels Landing trail in Zion National Park, walked into the oldest temples of Angkor…
We came back from our trip in July 2016 and decided to start a travel blog to talk about our big adventure, the oldest and future ones.
We want to show to peoples that the only limit to go out and explore is in general themselves. There is always something to discover wherever you are.
Remember to Explore, Observe and Share.
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Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, USA
Just before Yellowstone you need to stop to see those amazing mountains.
Yosemite National Park, California, USA
During the hike to the top of the Upper Yosemite Waterfalls you’ll have a beautiful view on the “Half Dome”.
Antelope Canyon, Arizona, USA
Between Page and Monument Valley in Arizona you can walk into this slot Canyon, you can choose to visit the Upper or Lower Antelope.
Monument Valley, Arizona, USA
Monument Valley, landscape of Western !
Can Tho, Vietnam
On the flotting market of Can Tho in South Vietnam, a half day discovering the way of life on the water.
Sakura, Tokyo, Japan
Go to Japan in spring is a good idea, the cherry blossom are everywhere with beautiful Sakura.
Capturing instants of life in the streets of Hanoi…
Angkor Temples, Siem Reap, Cambodia
Angkor, when the nature is more powerful than humans constructions…
Devils Marbles, Northern Territory, Australia
Stop by the Strange stones in the middle of Northern Territory on the way to Uluru.
Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia
A must see when driving the south coast of Australia.
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