SageOnEarth Voyages Farewell

This is it, one of the two times of the year I’m using as a break in my usual posts. For two weeks I’ll be reviewing everything I have written since January. This week is about my “Voyages” (Travels) category, presenting Postcards and photo guides. For the ones who have been following me for more than

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Postcard from Marrakech in Morocco

One more postcard from our trips and wanders around the world. This one will guide you through the streets of Marrakech the red city of Morocco. I want each postcard to bring you the same taste a real postcard in your mailbox would bring. I love tradition, but I also like the digital age when

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Postcard from Venice colourful houses, Italy

Venice and its canals are worldwide famous for sure. But there are so many beautiful gems to discover in this city. Doors knobs are incredible sometimes, houses walls in smaller streets are hiding statues. Some doors are fantastic, not to mention the magnificence of the palaces. But one of the things I enjoy is the colourful houses. Burano

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Photo Guide Venice Islands, Italy

If Venice is a fantastic city to visit, I can assure you that Venice islands are worth at least a day or two during your stay. How to get there If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you may have already read this advice once or twice, (see links at the end of

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Photo Guide Paris Bridges, France

Unlike my recent Paris Subway Guide, this one does not include an intricate itinerary. It’s rather a way of discovering the city from its very spine. “Paris bridges” is a walk along the Seine river and a way of using the slow water pace to feel this beautiful city at heart. Paris and the Seine river

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A Postcard From Notting Hill, England

I felt like this postcard from Notting Hill was missing in my series. Eventually, it’s been quite long since I posted about this ambiguous that is Notting Hill. Why do I call it ambiguous? Because it has everything I should hate, yet I love it. I always feel safe when I visit. Safe in the

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3 Ways To Slow Travel With A Venice Style Anywhere

This week, I will help you enjoy the street of Venice in Italy, at a slow pace. But this can become your leading guidelines for any city in the world. It’s also a reminder of what you can do to slow travel in a romantic destination and not fall into the usual tourists’ traps. When we

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Postcard from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Honestly, I had a hard time sorting out the different places we saw, trying to make a decent post about Vancouver. There is so much to discover, that I could have used 50 photos easily. So, I’m sorry I don’t show you everything, only a glimpse as usual. But be sure that another postcard will

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Photo Guide Unusual Subway Stations in Paris, France

Why a subway stations tour? When it’s raining in Paris, yes, it happens, or on a 1st of January, there’s less excitement in the fact of wandering the streets. But don’t worry I’ve got your back! But first let me tell you that this walk goes together with my Photo Guide Paris Bridges, France. One is

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