Canada, Drummondville, Travel

Drummondville 2017

Cette année, j’ai passé beaucoup de temps à Drummondville! Comme à chaque été, j’ai fait un jardin. Ma récolte de tomates a été super abondante! J’avais aussi des concombres libanais, des fèves vertes, des radis, des carottes, et beaucoup de ...
Canada, Edmundston, Travel

Edmundston, automne 2017

Cet automne, comme d’habitude, je suis allée passer quelques jours à Edmundston, la ville où j’ai grandi. C’est une belle petite ville entourée d’une nature magnifique! Le temps était superbe, alors j’ai pu prendre de belles photos. Le Canada est ...
Canada, Montreal, Travel

Montreal, Summer 2017

As usual, I’m spending the summer in/near Montreal. Here are some more pictures of my favorite city in the world! You can see some friends, blueberry picking (cueillette de bleuets), tacos, poutine, and Montreal’s colorful streets.
Canada, Montreal, Travel

Montreal, Spring 2017

It’s always nice to be back in Montreal! Of course, seeing my family and friends is the most important thing. But one of the first things I do is walk all around my favorite spots, to reconnect with my city ...
South Korea, Travel

Bongeunsa, Seoul

I recently visited Bongeunsa, a Buddhist temple right in the center of Gangnam, across from the COEX mall. It’s peaceful and beautiful, especially with all those spring flowers! The lanterns are for Buddha’s Birthday in April.   Here is also ...
South Korea, Travel

Quirky Seoul

Here are a few pictures of things I find funny or amusing. They mostly have to do with animals or strange English! The raccoon cafe was quite a surprise. There’s also a meerkat cafe, but I didn’t go – and ...
South Korea, Travel

Winter in Seoul

It’s been a long winter and I’ve been busy! Here’s a long post with lots of pictures to make up for it… Thankfully, winters in Seoul are shorter and milder than in Montreal, with very little snow. The sun shines, the ...
South Korea, Travel

Gyeongbok Palace, Seoul

Gyeongbokgung (Gyeongbok Palace) is the largest of five palaces in Seoul, South Korea. It was built over 600 years ago, as the main royal palace of the Joseon dynasty. On Seollal, the first day of the lunar new year, admission was free ...
South Korea, Travel

Day Trip to Chuncheon

One November Sunday, we decided to hop on a train and go to Chuncheon with no specific plan in mind except to eat the famous “Chuncheon chicken” – something like “let’s have dinner in Chuncheon”. It was by far the best ...
Japan, Travel

Food in Fukuoka, Japan

Discovering and enjoying new cuisines is often a pleasure, but even more so in a country like Japan! Here are some normal dishes you can have for lunch (tendon, tempura udon, ramen), as well as interesting dinner options, including sushi, gyoza, mentaiko ...
Japan, Travel

Ainoshima, Cat Island

It’s no secret I’m a cat lover. I was delighted last year with the cats of Sofia, Plovdiv, and Istanbul. We’ve also enjoyed the company of cats in Chiang Mai and Prachuap Khiri Khan. But this year, we’re living in South Korea and ...