Paris, je t’aime (part V): On a walk from the Louvre to Arc de Triomphe

This post will take you on the second part of the walk from Bastille to Arc de Triomphe. Did you appreciate the break in the middle? Continue reading “Paris, je t’aime (part V): On a walk from the Louvre to Arc de Triomphe”

Paris, je t’aime (part I): le Père Lachaise

Haha. Not so sure about the title here, but hey. I just went with a big ol’ cliché. It’s actually been a while since I went on this trip. I went there with my girlfriend over the summer. But you know how it goes. Things get in the way, and you just never get to take the time to post the Paris pictures. Anyway. Continue reading “Paris, je t’aime (part I): le Père Lachaise”

México lindo: Puerto Vallarta

It’s been a little over three years since I visited Mexico. I gotta say Puerto Vallarta wasn’t my favorite place for it is extremely touristy, but I still took a few photos I want to share with you guys. This post is the first in series. Continue reading “México lindo: Puerto Vallarta”

Parcours d’artistes: local art, open houses

Last Sunday, I came upon a house where there was an exhibit. It was part of something organized by the neighborhood called Parcours d’Artsites. Artists around the neighborhood (Jette, Brussels, Belgium) would open up their houses and show off their art to the public. It’s a pretty cool concept. A few local artists who got together in the house I went into. Continue reading “Parcours d’artistes: local art, open houses”

Charleroi: mine region remains

Last December, I visited the Charleroi region (Belgium) for the first time. I know it sounds weird because I lived in this tiny country for 18 years before moving to the U.S. in 2005, but it just might be because that region doesn’t sound that appealing (at first) to most people. It actually doesn’t even sound that appealing “at second” to most people. However, I learned a lot about the past and what used to make that region so wealthy. Thousands of miners would go down to extract coal out of the mines. Continue reading “Charleroi: mine region remains”