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Costa Rica in Video – 3 weeks itinerary

Costa Rica- Manuel Antonio National Park

When we planned to visit Costa Rica, we wanted to make a Costa Rica video. Unfortunately, as our drone was broken after a couple of little accidents, we were really sad not to have it with us to shot the gorgeous landscapes of Costa Rica. Finally, we ended up using our newly acquired DJI Osmo Pocket and DJI Action very often, which enabled us to film many great…

Visit to the Guajira Peninsula in Colombia

Playa El Pilón de Azúcar

On the last days of our holidays in Colombia, we initally planned to visit Santa Marta and the Tayrona National Park. With our poor planning, the park was closed and we changed our plan to visit the Guajira Peninsula for a few days. What is the Peninsula de La Guajira? La Guajira Peninsula is a peninsula on the extreme northwestern coast of Colombia between Santa Marta and Venezuela.…

Fun, strange and interesting facts about Iceland

Horses of Iceland

After the 10 fun facts about Costa Rica, we compiled a list of fun facts about Iceland. Iceland was our favourite destination of 2019. With its coldness and windiness, and all its volcanos, it is one of the place on earth where you can truly feel the power of nature! More than 10% of Iceland is covered by glaciers. Vatnajökull is the largest of them all, also the…

Our favorite things to do in Iceland

The view near Höfn

We visited Iceland in March 2019 and it has been one of our favorite trip so far! Between ice and fire, the nature in Iceland is as breathtaking as it is gorgeous. You do not need to really plan any activity while visiting Iceland. Every step, every corner is full of discovery and the diversity of the landscapes is unrivalable… Nevertheless, Iceland unique settings adds a unique touch…

Prepare your visit for a Week-End in Lyon

View over Fourvière from La Croix Rousse in Lyon

With Alexandra, we consider Lyon as our second home as we bought our first flat there! We turned it into an Airbnb and enjoy visiting Lyon every few months. This article compile our best advice to spend the perfect week-end in Lyon! Lyon is the third biggest French city after Paris and Marseille and offers a very different vibe than the capital. It is quieter, less international and…

Santorini, Amorgos and Milos – 2 weeks in the Cyclades in Greece

Santorini black sand beach

In September 2019, we decided to take a last minute flight to Athens and visit Greece and some of the cyclades islands for 3 weeks for a workation. Our itinerary in Greece and the cyclades We planned our trip a bit last minute, our main objectives for our Greek itinerary : hiking, beach and delicious food. We settled on the Cyclades as we had a flight booked landing…

Last stop: Corcovado national park & Carate Luna Lodge

Luna Lodge in Corcovado National Park

As the last stop of our itinerary in Costa Rica, we decided to go all the way south of the Osa Peninsula to Carate, to discover the most preserved national park of Costa Rica: Corcovado National Park. From the rainforest to the ocean, it was an amazing end to our trip, and it was definitely because we decided to book our last 3 nights at the Luna Lodge.…

Beautiful Brittany from above – Drone in France

Brittany from above - drone video july 2019

Our visit to Brittany in July 2019 In summer 2019, an intense heatwave hit France in July. After a few days working in exhausting heat, we decided to escape Paris. We rented a tiny Fiat 500 with Europcar and drove out to the fresh and close Brittany. With us, we brought our DJI Mavic Pro2 drone to shot video during our one week workation. We rented a flat…

Our fourth stop in Costa Rica: Santa Teresa on the Pacific Coast

Santa Teresa's beach in Costa Rica

We spent 3 nights in Santa Teresa Costa Rica but we had to work remotely at that time. Apart from some late afternoon at the beach with some incredible sunsets and some really good food, we were not able to explore too much the area. Where to stay in Santa Teresa Costa Rica Our hotel: We needed a quiet and confortable place to stay as we would spend…

Working remotely during the Coronavirus crisis

Francois working remotely in Costa Rica before the Coronavirus crisis

As a digital nomad couple, our life is often about working remotely from beautiful and exotic places around the globe. However, since the Coronavirus crisis started, we are stuck at home with our family and their children and travelling has ceased to be an option for the coming weeks. Nevertheless, work is still remove, it is confined, the view is no longer the beaches of Costa Rica or…