25 février 2009
Hello everybody! How's goin' (with kiwi accent please)? You may have seen on "notre itinéraire" -on the right hand side- that we are now in the middle of the South Island. We planned to stay longer in the North Island, and then to travel a bit around the South Island, but we changed our plans. So we travelled 3 weeks in the north, then we thought that we were ready to go to the South Island. We took the ferry in Wellington, right after the rugby tournament (see the pictures!) and the visit of a remote region populated... [Lire la suite]
04 février 2009
Hi there! So, we've been travelling around the north island for 2 weeks now. We first headed north, to the top of NZ. You can see that on the page "notre itineraire". We sleep usually near beaches, sometimes on camping grounds when we need a shower ;) We visited Rotorua, the geothermal town, and we are now in Taupo, where we jumped from a plane and then from a bridge. No joking, just have a look on the pictures of the last article! Hope you are all doing well! Give us news as well. See ya!
07 janvier 2009
So, what happened during these 5 months? What, 5 months already? Well, we first flew to Australia, and spent 2 month over there. 1 week in Sydney (album 1), then we hired a van and started a road trip for a month, driving from Sydney to Cairns along the coast. (albums 2 and 3). You can have a look on the “itinéraire” page and see where we have been. We dropped the van in Cairns, and spent the last 2 weeks heading south again. We stopped in a place called Mission Beach. We discovered the village on the way to Cairns and spent 5 days... [Lire la suite]
07 janvier 2009
As you maybe know, Cédric and I left France in August last year (2008) to start a new life at the other world’s end. Well, just for a year… Unfortunately for you, dear non French speakers, this blog is all in French. That’s a bit sad, as you cannot really follow us in this big adventure. So especially for you guys, here is a new category in the blog: “what’s up?”. We will try to tell you all we can in English. But first of all, let me tell you how this blog works. The name is Sac à dos, which means backpack. ... [Lire la suite]