26 avril 2009
All is well with miss Noemie. Increasingly smiling as she passed the 6 weeks mark. For those who are following this blog for travel purposes, don't worry, we'll get back on the road sooner rather than later. We should be going to Dead Sea in June, to France early July, and probably to Thailand in October. Of course, we'll tell you all about that. We've read some great books too that we will soon tell you more about. Stay tuned.
09 avril 2009
06 avril 2009
After those two weeks away, it's good to be back home and enjoy miss Noemie again. Just in time for Palm Sunday.
16 mars 2009
Noemie now lives with us at home. All is well here.
14 mars 2009
13 mars 2009
Here comes Noemie. Our baby girl, born on March 11, at 7:56 PM. She weighs 2.98 kgs and measures 49.5 cms. Rita & baby are doing well.
05 mars 2009
You were certainly wondering... What is happening? This long silence. Well... I guess the photo is self-explanatory... All is well with us. Just quite busy with our jobs, and preparations for the big event. Promised, we'll try to post more regularly from now on. And don't worry, we still have lots of projects in mind. After a good trip in Russia, we plan to head back to Asia sometime this year.
28 août 2008
22 août 2008
. We definitely don’t want to leave Japan without watching a kabuki show. We’ll tell you more about it tomorrow. So our first mission of the day is to get out tickets. We then head to the world’s largest aquarium. The entrance is amazing and you get to see the fish up-close. There are lots of different sorts of aquatic animals, from seals to penguins, to sharks, manta rays and the magnificent whale shark. We stroll from one place to another like kids. Don’t miss the jellyfish right at the end. Their colours and shapes are... [Lire la suite]
18 août 2008
. We ride our bikes to the Nagasaki Cathedral that was destroyed during the bombing. Ironically, the epicentre of the atomic bomb was just the cathedral in Japan’s only renown Christian town. Very little is left, some statues and stones. We then go to the memorial of the bombing that is less impressive than the one in Hiroshima. We pick up a bento at the train station and head to Osaka in the silent car train to the city that never sleeps. Osaka attracts you immediately by its lights, skyscrapers, small alleys, and... [Lire la suite]