That's it, it's the last week ... Monday, October 5, we leave the Paris region. But who is this new roommate for the last week? It’s Régis, Thomas’s childhood friend! It's great to be with a boyfriend, it's a bit of a party and it keeps us from thinking too much about the end that is approaching.

La Pologne ! Des tâches de couleur dessinent le paysage, baigné d’un soleil qui chauffe. Le jaune des champs de blé, le vert des arbres ; le bleu des si nombreux lacs et de la mer Baltique ; le blanc et le noir des vaches (normandes ?:-) ) et des cigognes…

Part 2/2: We cut the article in half to make it easier to read. To read the beginning, it's here!

From Xi’an to Beijing we discover another China. Urban China, the China of the North so different from that of the South. But it's also a 15-day reception by great people.

Laos, its adorable and smiling people, its beautiful landscapes… A relatively flat southern part, but on the other hand a northern part… mountainous!

A shattering entry! Rhaa the happiness of border posts! Our first contact with Laos was a thousand miles from what we experienced afterwards. Fortunately !!

On est à Phnom Penh depuis une semaine maintenant. On vous racontera plus en détails le début du Cambodge dans un prochain post. Mais en gros, les 5 sens sont activés en continu ! La vie est moins facile qu’en Thaïlande, mais on aime bien quand même. Bref, on voulait juste vous dire qu’on va être bloqués encore quelques jours dans la capitale.

Vendredi 5 décembre, c’est le jour J ! L’Europe, ça se fini aujourd’hui, direction l’aéroport.

Nous avons passé 12 jours à Istanbul. À la base, on comptait y passer juste une semaine, mais nous avons été plus rapide que ce qu’on avait calculé. Finalement, nous sommes très contents de cette bonne pause. Elle a permis de faire un bon point et se reposer… avant de commencer la saison 2 de notre aventure : l’Asie !

A little over a year ago, we were cycling on a Roman road, Via Claudia Augusta, and Thomas proposed to me. For our honeymoon start, we are once again on an old Roman road: Via Aurelia.

Put play on the song before reading the article Well, in fact the song has almost nothing to do with what I'm going to write, but I've had it in my head quite a bit these days… since a lot of things come to an end. Jim Morrison makes direct reference (for the uneducated of which I was part 5 minutes ago before documenting myself on wikipedia) to Freudian psychoanalysis as well as to shamanism: it is a plunge into the subconscious, with stories snakes and demons. In short, nothing to ...