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

Bus 58

Saturday 1 September 2007 by Marlen
From 1994 to 1999 I lived in Brooklyn, New York and attended my university studies at the Queens College Campus, in Kissena Boulevard. Most of my colleagues drove cars to school; I did not have this luxury, nor could I afford one at that time. I never thought of myself as an immigrant, (...)

Farewell George

Friday 13 July 2007 by Stephan Mardaga
Here are some pictures of the farewell party hold Thursday. To say good-bye to George Taylor.

Meeting with the family Koli - Kollie

Sunday 10 June 2007 by Stephan Mardaga
This Sunday walking brings me first to the residence of Medecins sans Frontières (MSF) because I had a packet to send to my brother who is working in Niger. The welcome was not so welcome et the guy didn’t invite me to come in. Never mind, I wish to meet African people. Along the way as usually, (...)

Mission at Charlie Camp (Ganta)

Friday 8 June 2007 by Stephan Mardaga
Monday morning, beginning of the week, the job starts. We read the mails, we arrange our little things and at a pinch one may go to the cafeteria to relate the week-end. But everything mess up : "Ganta moves and you must go within 10 minutes !". First where is Bhanta, er Ganta ? A senior tells (...)

The dispatch

Thursday 7 June 2007 by Stephan Mardaga
Two ways to go to the job : sharing a car or the "dispatch". The first solution requires a pool of relations with the feeling of requesting which should not be justify because within UN missions it is usually mutual aid. So sometimes, it is not running and also we are with international staff. (...)

How to participate ?

Monday 15 January 2007 by Administrator
All are welcome to contribute to this site with your own articles. To do so, there are two options : Send a message to my address with your article/story and some photos attached. I will take care of putting it on line. Become an editor on the site! Let me know if you are interested and I (...)


Sunday 14 January 2007 by Administrator
The genesis/origin of this site came from Stan as a suggestion to create a place where we could all publish our travel records/articles. Stan had been to Thailand and India and was emailing descriptions and photos of his adventures every month to his friends (myself included). Thus, to (...)

Mardaga Nazaré

Friday 21 July 2006 by Mardaga Nazaré
At 24 years old, she has just completed her studies in Sculptural Arts at the Académie royale des Beaux Arts of Brussels in Belgium She lives and works presently in Greece. She loves to work with all kinds of mediums ; sewing, video, land arts, ceramic and the craft of her hands full of (...)

Mehaud Eric

Friday 21 July 2006
He is a relief worker in Liberia, his country of origin. He sought refuge in neighbouring Côte d’Ivoire at the time warring factions held one another at the throats in Liberia. He was opportune by then to be granted a scholarship by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) to (...)

Mardaga Stephan

Friday 21 July 2006 by Stephan Mardaga
Administrator and editor of this site, his humanitarian trips has always opened his heart and fed his soul. Most often confronted with defeatist considerations on the internet as much as with outspoken voices, he decided to make available short stories that he has experienced. The stories are (...)

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