Seattle, 2nd time around

Previously… I think our second, and unexpected, stay in Seattle was the highlight of our North Pacific trip. For numerous reasons: knowing once and for all the wildfires had crushed our hopes to explore Canada (more on this over here), seeing the sky for the first time in days, and exploring areas of the city…

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Seattle, Washington

Arriving into Seattle (home of Starbucks !) was quite surreal. The promise of lakes, mountains and pine trees vanished behind wildfire smoke. The disappearance of all non-urban landscape fortunately didn’t affect our main activities (they all revolve around food) and we still got to to visit the famous Pike Place market, ride the Monorail, and…

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Portland, Oregon

This summer Julien and I flew to the North Pacific West coast as neither of us knew this region of North America. We wanted to follow this itinerary : Portland, Seattle, Vancouver, before driving through British Columbia and Alberta. Things didn’t completely go as planned as hinted by the haze on some of the photos…

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Lost postcard from Philly

I love writing postcards when travelling. If you look well, you always find some with pretty photos  that perfectly render your experience in that place. I take my pen down, write about 10 of them, empty my wallet buying stamps and put them in the post. So far so good. But then comes the more…

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Georgetown on film

Long distance relationship is hard. It will usually lead to feeling lonely at times, when you can’t see the person you love everyday and others don’t understand why you’re giving it a shot when “it never works”. I’m here to tell you: it can! Falling in love 3 months before my boyfriend moved to America to…

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