Who are we?
We are a couple living in the South Shore of Montreal (Quebec, Canada), and we love to travel. We like eco-tourism adventure, to visit ancient cities and to relax (of course!). We are both chemists, but decided to change career few years ago in a totally different area.
We did two of our three lifetime dreams, Peru in 2002 and the Galapagos Islands (Ecuador) in 2006. We dream of our next trip, a safari in Africa (Kenya & Tanzania). We love the animal kingdom, and we have a passion for travel.
We like all the eco-tourism excursions as well as the discovery of special attractions in the area we visit. We are not the kind of people who « stand still » when we travel. Life is too short!
We love snorkeling, and our favorite places are Jibacoa (Cuba) and the island of Roatan (Honduras). We love these places because we can do snorkeling directly from the beach, whenever you want to. These destinations are offered with direct flights from Montreal and Toronto. The underwater world is beautiful, but so fragile!
Our first popular website was about the small island of Cayo Largo in Cuba, online since February 2000. Since then we kept developing informative sites about our trips. We are on the web since 1995. We witness the beginnings of the Internet. Of course, our sites are refined over time. In 2008, we decided to add an English version to almost all our websites in the purpose to share our knowledge with the English-speaking people over the net, who are far more numerous than the French! We are not experts in language, be indulgent!
It is a hobby that requires numerous hours (and money!) to keep our websites up and running. We spend countless hours of development, research information and to take hundreds of photos at destination! Our websites are open to the general public without any restriction. These are personal sites without any affiliations with the hotels. We cannot be held responsible for any changes, errors or omissions. Enjoy it!
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