Pompei and Caiazzo

Many of the fictions that stirred my childhood were populated by characters of Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome. I grew up reading about the feats of mythological heroes, the prophecies of the oracle of Delphi, and of course, the tragic burial of Pompei under the ashes of the Vesuvius. A visit of the ruins of…

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Granada on film

Julien has been nagging me about these photos, so here they are ! A few captures from a memorable stay in this historical and culture heavy city. Enjoy ! (with a Spanish accent)     _______________________________________

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Postcard from Ferragudo, Portugal

It’s almost been a month since I flew to Portugal with my mom, and I am happy to say that all the postcards I sent out to friends made it to their destination !! (something which failed to happen when I last travelled to Italy…). Unfortunately, I couldn’t always write to everyone and hope to make…

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My surprising Paris comfort food: Siseng

This post took long enough but I am super happy to share this post with you all because it’s about my favourite restaurant in Paris ! Siseng, on the Canal Saint Martin. I know it’s a pretty bold statement, but if the apocalypse happened, and I could only save on restaurant to feed myself for the rest of…

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Dessert-like Burrata

I wish I could say I invented this, but I didn’t. I owe this piece of beauty, and the genius combination of flavours to Camille from La Buvette in Paris, 11e. Her little bar à vin is one of my favourite spots in the city to enjoy a good glass of chilled Alsace white wine…

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