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Queyras

Breathe the mountain air in the Queyras

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The Queyras is located in the department of the high Alps, along the Italian border. Besides being a valley through which the Guil, Queyras is also a Regional Natural Park, which boasts no fewer than 11 municipalities: Abries, Aiguilles, Arvieux, Ceillac, Castle-Old Town, Molines, Ristolas, Saint Veran and partially municipalities Eygliers, Guillestre and Vars.

Queyras

With over 100 km of marked trails and 200 km of groomed trails, Queyras is the 3┬░ field of France.

Summer or winter, the Queyras still attracts many tourists eager to discover the natural park. By taking the GR5 that connects Brian├žon to Nice, or the GR58, you can browse the different villages and valleys of Queyras.Read More »Breathe the mountain air in the Queyras

Hawaii surfing

Hawaii, a surfer’s paradise!

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Dream beaches to breathtaking, sun tanning, cocktails, thrills… this could all be summed up in few words: go surfing in Hawaii!

Hawaii surfing

In Hawaii spend simply inspiring dream in the heart of the Pacific Ocean. Visit the islands of the Hawaiian archipelago, the capital Honolulu, its volcanoes and natural parks.

Fans of surf do not wait for your passion to light and from the source! Surf the footsteps of the pioneers of surfing as well as the largest sporting discipline like Kelly Slater. Amateurs and confirmed, improve your technique in a friendly, beginners, be guided by the true followers of surfing that will provide advice to tame unstoppable waves.Read More »Hawaii, a surfer’s paradise!

Algarve

Algarve: Popular destination for summer

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The Algarve is the southernmost region of Portugal; its name comes from the Arabic word for the West, Al-Gharb, which designated this region during the Moorish occupation. The capital of the Algarve is Faro but the accommodation options are numerous in the cities of the province such that Albufeira, Lagos or Lagoa.

Algarve

Beautiful beaches and charming hinterland: the Algarve has appeal. Populated with almond, fig and orange trees, the Algarve enjoys a subtropical Mediterranean climate trend. This is what makes a stay in the Algarve so pleasant throughout the year. Agriculture is well developed, particularly fruit trees and especially citrus. Market stalls full of fresh, high quality. The stalls of fishmongers are also essential not only for fish of the Atlantic but also for the wide variety of seafood you’ll find.Read More »Algarve: Popular destination for summer

avoid mosquito bites

This summer, how to avoid mosquito bites?

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Summer is finally! To you sunbathing, napping lulled by the cicadas, barbecues with family and friends that last up to an hour and not, unfortunately though, the return of mosquitoes… Here are some tips to avoid getting bullied by these small insects that can ruin the most beautiful evenings.

avoid mosquito bites

Simple but effective bit of advice: wearing more clothes, you’ll have much less chance of being stung!

It is also advisable to apply a few drops of essential oils of lavender, lemongrass or lemon in the palm of your wrist or your neck, so that the essence emerges. Indeed, it is a more than effective natural repellent to guard against possible-and-stinging mosquito bites. There are also good deterrents in pharmacy. Nevertheless, careful to read the instructions carefully, certain products are not suitable for young children.Read More »This summer, how to avoid mosquito bites?

haggling in the souks

Tips for haggling in the souks

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Haggle can be a real asset when we go on vacation. Morocco, Tunis, Dubai, as many souks to discover but also to destinations where the art of haggling will be needed to make good deals. Besides, did you know that in some of these countries, it will be very unpopular enough not to bargain before buying? Although haggling is not an easy task, overcome your fears by following a few golden rules very simple to succeed your shopping during your next vacation.

haggling in the souks

In all circumstances, be courteous and stay smiling. Bargaining is not done in order to create balance of power. In the souks there is more of a secular tradition conducive to building relationships. Do not show great interest in the coveted object. The seller could easily lower the price. This is also pretending to drop you get the desired price. Remain as neutral as possible!Read More »Tips for haggling in the souks

Moroccan desert

Spring in the Moroccan desert

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Morocco is a very attractive country, both near and far, where you can experience many adventures. Besides the diversity and cultural richness of the imperial cities, Morocco offers numerous wild landscapes, especially the Sahara.

Moroccan desert

The climate of Morocco varies greatly from country areas, coastal regions tempered to the arid desert climate. Saharan desert regions enjoy a warm, dry climate all year round but winter nights are very cold. In the spring, the night side and the temperature in the day remains pleasant (in summer, the temperature range is also very important because of the blazing sun that lasts throughout the day).Read More »Spring in the Moroccan desert

avoiding jams on holiday

Tips for avoiding jams on holiday

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Nothing like the holidays, this sweet blessed time when you forget all his routine, and where there is agreement a few special moments with family and friends. But the holiday from the start of your home and sometimes the route to your holiday destination is often a source of tension.

avoiding jams on holiday

To start your holiday off right, take a good start! It is necessary to remember that a good trip can be done only on a good vehicle. So remember to perform all necessary checks before leaving.

To do this, do not think especially being able to hit the road, usually for a long distance after a day’s work. Indeed, the euphoria of the holidays can make you feel unsure of yourself, but your body will not be.Read More »Tips for avoiding jams on holiday

Brittany France

Brittany: Green destination for the French

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For many, the Brittany is part of regions preferred the French to get to the green. Would be for his country fields that span hundreds of acres, for his cows to sympathetic or his famous Broceliande forest air?

Brittany France

In fact, it seems that what attracts most visitors wishing to go green; it’s the warm and traditional welcome of its inhabitants. And “locals” who live in the same rhythm of nature and make you know the area through anecdotes are those that make Brittany so popular.Read More »Brittany: Green destination for the French

vacation scams

How to avoid scams on vacation?

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Finally the holidays, after so many weeks of work, stress and urge to escape. For these moments as expected do not turn into a nightmare, keep in mind these few lines throughout your stay.

vacation scams

First choose your accommodation carefully. Internet is full of very attractive rental sites, at competitive prices, and whose sole purpose is to rip off tourists. Moreover, a growing number of people reserve their rent and send a deposit.

But when they arrive, they fall at best on the said rental already leased to several people or, worse, on the said location totally dilapidated and unsafe, or even in some cases on a ground wave… Without possibility of refund, that is wasted vacation.Read More »How to avoid scams on vacation?

taste pretzel

The “pretzel”, a speciality from Alsace to taste without moderation

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The pretzel is a salty delicious pastry that is shaped like a big knot. It is made from brioche dough which is then covered with coarse salt before being browned in the oven. However, if you want a real taste pretzel, it will be in Alsace, southern Germany, Austria or Switzerland that you need to go.

taste pretzel

Indeed, if you spend a stay in Alsace in Strasbourg for example, you only have to sit at the table one of the many traditional small breweries that you can enjoy a delicious pretzel. You will eat this one the day of its manufacture, to keep all the softness of the dough, because indeed, if you wait a little longer, the dough will begin to harden… And yes, the pretzel is a pastry that is eaten at the outlet of the furnace.Read More »The “pretzel”, a speciality from Alsace to taste without moderation