“Sky isn’t the limit”

“We travel, some of us forever, to seek other places, other lives, other souls.” – Anais Nin


Thai boxing man

Thai box is the national sport of Thailand and that’s why you will be able to find a lot of box rings or box events almost in every city and every time of the year. I took a picture of this man while walking on an early morning on a beautiful and sunny sunday. He… Continue reading Thai boxing man


Ruam Mit

Thai pudding: This is one of Thailand’s most famous desserts. It is a mix of different kinds of desserts. That’s the reason why this dish is very rich in flavours and tastes, but because you can choose yourself which ingredients you are adding, the taste can vary a lot. It is quiet similar to what… Continue reading Ruam Mit


First moments

I would like to welcome you on my blog. This is the first post about my numberous experiences, which start in Asia. The purpous of this blog is to share the food culture, history, habits and beautifuls places of all the cities/countries I will visit. After being in a ‘Thai Airways’ aircraft for more than… Continue reading First moments



Sequoia National Park Did you ever think about a roadtrip around the West-coast? I did. I would like to cross the whole West-coast of the United States of America with a van for more than 1 month. From San Diego to Las Vegas, or from Laguna Beach to the Death Valley and many more beautiful… Continue reading North-America



Virunga Mountains Is a group of mountains along the borders of Uganda, DRC (Democratic Republic of the Congo) and Rwanda (East-Africa). You are probably asking yourself why I would like to go there? As humans evolved from monkeys to at least a common relative, I’ve always wanted to observe (mountain) gorillas’ life in their place… Continue reading Africa



  Machu Picchu This Inca citadel situated on a mountain in Peru (South-America) is probably one of the most craziest things I will (hopefully) ever see. The UNESCO World Heritage Site was founded in 1450 by the Inca’s.The architecture is adapted to the mountain, and I think that is what makes the difference from other… Continue reading South-America



The Melissani Cave is located on the island of Kefalonia, Greece. Gwénolé is my second name, and means ‘man of the sea’. I don’t only have a sailor name but I also have …% of sailors blood in my DNA. My ancestors where living in Brittany (France). I wanted to introduce this place to you,… Continue reading Europe



Paro Taktsang, Bhutan I have always had a passion for temples and monasteries, but this monastery is just insane, isn’t it? This monastery is a Buddhist temple complex in the Paro valley, in Bhutan. The site has 7 temples which you can all reach by foot or with a donkey. Yeah I know that sounds… Continue reading Asia