Oaxaca fête des morts dia de lors muertos

Mexico: How we celebrated “Dia de los Muertos” in Oaxaca

The festival of the dead in Mexico! When we traveled to Mexico in November 2019, we knew we would be attending one of the country’s most important events: El Día de los muertos. Celebrated around November 1, the Day of the Dead honors loved ones who have passed away. Far from being a gloomy time, Mexicans wish to honor their deceased loved ones in a festive and colorful way. Everywhere flowers are mixed with the heads of the dead, and the cemeteries are transformed into a music festival. The spectacle is so singular that it is the setting for films and its atmosphere attracts crowds from all over the world. I take you to Oaxaca, Mexico, where we discovered how El día de los muertos takes place…

Dinant: Discovering the castles of Walzin, Vêves and Freÿr

These last few months, I’ve been traveling around Belgium to discover some beautiful places. What I love is to have the impression of being totally disoriented and amazed, even just a few steps from home. It’s a real pleasure to discover your own country! One of my most beautiful discoveries of the year is the castles in Belgium! Today, I’m taking you to discover some of the castles around Dinant, in Wallonia. Let’s discover the castles of Walzin, Vêves and Freÿr.

Belgium: A weekend in Leuven

Streets full of bicycles, café terraces full of students, this is the atmosphere I discover when I arrive in Leuven. Located in the heart of Flemish Brabant, Leuven is a small Belgian architectural jewel to visit but also a lively, welcoming and human-sized university town to experience. I spent two days in Leuven with my friend Marine. An escapade between friends, halfway between our homes, Brussels and Liege. In this article, I come back on our weekend in Leuven to share itinerary and tips to visit the city.

Morocco: Discovering Fez and its medina

Fez (or Fès) is one of the 4 imperial cities of the country with Marrakech, Rabat and Meknes. Fez is a jewel of Moroccan culture and the cradle of knowledge.
Visiting Fez is like immersing yourself in a medieval atmosphere and getting lost in the largest medina in the world!