Voyages & Découvertes

Voyages & Découvertes

Ce site se veut un endroit d’échanges où l’on peut découvrir le monde à travers nos voyages et découvertes.

This site serves as a point of exchange for our travel experiences in
celebration of the multiplicity of adventures we have in discovering our
world. (for English click the link at the top right of the page)

Deze pagina dient als een uitwisselingspunt van onze reis ervaringen zoals wij onze vele vakantie avonturen vieren in de ontdekking van onze wereld.

Most recent articles

Most recent articles

Hats off

Wednesday 24 December 2014 by Stephan Mardaga
Only two airlines give Liberia air transportation of which Brussels Airlines is one. The director of Brussels Airlines asks me if I can be in the position to distribute boxes of Quaker oats to the needy children in the community where I live. He explains to me that the navigating personnel (...)

Sweet Melodies

Tuesday 17 December 2013 by Stephan Mardaga
It is his group anniversary: ‘Sweet Melodies’, as I devise it in my own title and description of the event. A friend called Cyril Dundas gives me an unexpected invitation to be part of this musical party. In other words, we are going to party by playing together. Being an intimate friend, I have (...)

Guns Bearing Fruits

Sunday 11 November 2012 by Stephan Mardaga
Here in Liberia, dry or rainy season is the same when it comes to heat; more especially when one parks his or her car in the sun. In fact, the interior part of the car feels like an oven. The heat usually in the parking lot, makes me decide to find a practical solution. The simplest solution (...)

Homing Zig and Zag

Wednesday 9 November 2011 by Stephan Mardaga
All starts with a short conversation with Sanjay, my co tenant, on things and others of life at the country side and common youth experiences, like bringing cows to the meadows. Then I speak of a friend, Daniela on a mission in Chad who told me she had a very nice duck. “A duck!”, isn’t that (...)

In route towards Duala Market

Sunday 10 July 2011 by Stephan Mardaga
Monrovia July 2, 2011. It is now raining season in Liberia; the whole of this week day and night, the rain did not stop. This Saturday morning, it seemed to subside. I then decided to step out after a Taï Chi brief practice with my house mate. Since few days, the appetite of a pineapple took (...)

Namaste : Bangalore Gate

Sunday 20 February 2011 by Stephan Mardaga
After the aggressiveness derived from stress by personnel of airline companies and security apparatus at airports, Indian cuisine and vegetarian meals eased the atmosphere again on board flight BA119 for Bangalore. We established friendship with an Indian couple travelling around the world, (...)

In Evia Island (Greece) : Diaporama

Wednesday 10 November 2010 by Stephan Mardaga
A little lend by a friend at the suburb of Dirrevmata (Διρρεύματα) will be used as a shelter for daily strolls in the environs. While Nazaré and Charles worked their mandala’s, I embarked upon the discovery of the environs. The small town closed to Konistres (Κονίστρες) gives me the chance to make few (...)

Haiti up there

Tuesday 30 March 2010 by Pinat Pierre
I needed to escape from this tiring job and restless city. So I put up my boots, my waterproof jacket and my motorbike, and I went up to the mountains. The cool, quiet and healing mountains. Strangely reminding me of Ireland with its puddles and fog. In the evening, as I sit by the (...)

Haiti After - Day 1

Wednesday 17 February 2010 by Pinat Pierre
All along this strange return trip to Saint Domiugue, my MP3 gadget , a broken heart and heavy feeling were my companions. A sentiment of sorrows, a deep calm, cloud over the ocean and finally a chaotic situation at “Las Americas” international airport. The aircraft was full, in majority with (...)

Haiti after 5 days

Wednesday 17 February 2010 by Pinat Pierre
Saturday January 23rd 2010 I have just woken up, the same feelings, always the same which come to my mind with speed. I would prefer something else. I would like to think about something else, do something else. I would like that it had never happened. Everyday new names. Names of persons we (...)

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