Il y a l’itinéraire prévu.. Et celui que nous ferons avec les imprévus, aléas et changements d’avis ! Voici un lien vers notre itinéraire réel que nous essayerons de mettre à jour le plus régulièrement possible : https://planificateur.a-contresens.net/itineraire/192128 Click above to see where we have been and where we are Continuer de lire L’itinéraire en temps (presque) réel/Where are we?
Ceux qui me connaissent bien savent que l’alimentation et mon mode de consommation sont très importants pour moi ! Aussi, j’essayerai de rendre au mieux compte de mon expérience dans chaque pays traversé. Tous les commentaires ci-dessous sont basés sur mon expérience et mes impressions très personnelles, sans aucune prétention d’exhaustivité ni d’exactitude ! Les précisions et informations que vous apporterez seront les bienvenues. Pour l’instant, … Continuer de lire Consommer au Japon
English summary : after the festivities, we visited the Batu caves, a 100m high cave with temples inside, where buddhists from all over the world gather. Then we went fireflies spotting in Kuala Selangor, where we hoped to find a beach. We ended up in a crowded market along a rocky dam, but the water didn’t really cool us down ! We then spent two days in … Continuer de lire Welcome to the jungle
English summary : we arrived in Malaysia on January 17th. Silly of us to think it could be like Cambodia, which it isn’t ! Super fast and modern shuttle train from the airport, actual highways and malls everywhere. Our first goal was to get Pam back as quickly as possible, because Chinese New Year was coming soon, which meant 4 days off and storing Pam in the … Continuer de lire Douane et Nouvel an chinois en Malaisie
English summary : during the 10 days shipping of Pam from Busan to Port Kelang (Malaysia), we had planned to meet Sido’s parents in Cambodia. The trip wasn’t too smooth, as it turned out our flight to Phnom Penh was cancelled, I’ll spare you the details but we ended up spending a day in Shenzhen. In the end, things weren’t so bad, but the stopovers in … Continuer de lire Une pause au Cambodge
English summary : we had decided to stay longer in Japan, so we only spent 8 days in South Korea, and a good part of it was dedicated to organise the shipping from South Korea to Malaysia. We were worried, because we had decided to find a new agent, the only one recommended by the Overlanding groups on Facebook (a must when you travel with your … Continuer de lire Un saut en Corée du Sud
English summary : On our second week in Kumihama bay, we started to work with the cockles. They grow in carbon sand in boxes weighing 20kg when they are hung to the platforms, but after only 2 months they weighed almost 40 ! So it was another tough week, though the weather was luckily very good (eventhough it rained and we all slipped into the … Continuer de lire La vie d’aquafarmer – épisode 2
English summary : We arrived in Kumihama bay on Dec 9th, on a rainy and chilly day. Winter was coming.. Atsushi-san, our host, along with Gaël, another French volunteers, showed us the premises and explained to us how things would go. There were 3 different houses : one for Atsushi and his family, with a shared kitchen downstairs, one for us, with a shared TV … Continuer de lire Kumihama Bay – la vie d'aquafarmer