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Hautes Alpes: A Complete Change of Scenery

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Marseille By Jean-Paul Masse de Rouch

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Stockholm By Jean-Paul Masse de Rouch


Travellings • Syracuse • By Jean-Paul Masse De Rouch

Downtown – BXL, a Full B&B Experience

The name says it all. DOWTOWN-BXL is not new but it’s the place to stay while in Brussels. And this goes for business or fun. A full Bed & Breakfast service, in the…


The Cruise by La Demence

Welcome aboard a magical boat of sensations! The Cruise by La Demence. The movie you’re about to watch will give you memorable chills. It takes us back to July 2014. This was the…

New York by Jean Paul Masse de Rouch

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Borocay Beach Time

I flew from Melbourne’s Tullamarine airport. It was an early morning flight and the airport was just emerging into life as I breezed through the check-in, security, and immigration sections. Not much was…



Far away from urban noises and so close to city obligations, the SALONS WAERBOOM is a family affair. Herman & Annick Coppens had this generous idea to offer a vivid and picturesque as…


La HAVANE by Jean Paul Masse de Rouch

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A Swedish Gay Man’s Adventures in LA & NYC

What appeal to us Swedish people are the coasts of the USA when we venture over the pond. Places like New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco are name and places that create…

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Apartosuites Jardines De Sabatini in Madrid: A Room with a Royal View

  Situated opposite Madrid’s Royal Palace, these design suites include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen satellite TV and a well-equipped kitchenette. Apartosuite Jardines de Sabatini is the perfect spot for a restful break during Madrid…


Kyoto: City of Temples and Shrines

For around 1,000 years Kyoto was the capital of Japan and the centre of power and influence within the country. The city’s treasures have survived countless wars and fires – it was even…

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Five things I love about Japan.

2014 is the year of the horse, and it’s a year when I will be spending most of my time in Japan. I’ve visited briefly a couple of times before, but this is…


Five Things to Do in Western Australia

One of the most remote cities in the world is Perth in the far West of the continent of Australia. It’s a bit of a mission to get to but definitely worth the…


La Boqueria in Barcelona: “El Millor Mercat del Món”

Wherever my travels take me, I like to discover local markets for local goodies. If you are travelling to Barcelona, a visit to La Boqueria Market is an absolute “must” for the finest…

Taiyaki Treats in Tokyo

This was only my second visit to Tokyo. Last time I was treating myself for my 40th birthday and hardly left the luxurious Park Hyatt Hotel – this time I was determined to…

Humm…London celebrates Chocolate in October!

The third week of October sees UK celebrate one of women’s (and the occasional man’s) great loves: chocolate. Chocolate Week is a nationwide celebration and London embraces this with a number of sickly…

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