Caribbean and Asia in West-France

  Between Two Journeys

Dear English-speaking readers, this page is an automatic Google translation from a post originally written in French. My apologies for the weird sentences and the funny mistakes that could have been generated during the process. If you can read French, click on the French flag below to access the original text:

I'm nil in teasing and auto-promo! I should have spoken earlier: appeared yesterday, in Sunday West-France, two of my articles, inspired by trips I've already told you about, in the Dominican Republic and in Bali.

The first is a paper "tourism" from my press trip to the Dominican Republic, early January. The second, a subject "environment" on the Biorock project from Pemuteran, discovered during my stay in Bali in July 2008.

Endearing Dominican Republic

The article on the Dominican Republic is online in the heading "Travels" of the site Ouest-France.
→ See the PDF page: 20090215-dof-repdom.pdf

Bali's electric corals

The second article, titled Bali's electric corals, is also on the site, associated with the file of the operation "Experts Oceans".
→ See the PDF page: 20090215-dof-coraux.pdf

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  1. Pas si nulle que ça! 😉 Je ne suis pas arrivée à lire le premier texte (sur la RD) car le lettrage est trop petit (il y a un truc pour le grossir), mais celui sur le Biorock m’a beaucoup plu! Hyper-intéressant.

  2. @ Marie-Julie: Yes, the "image" versions of the articles are not always well readable according to screen formats and browsers. I just added links to download the pages in PDF, so that we can read them more comfortably.

    N’empêche, je suis quand même un peu nulle pour ce qui est de la com’, j’aurais dû faire ma « pub » la veille de la parution, plutôt que le lendemain… 😆

    In fact, I had already presented the Biorock project, this summer, when I was in Pemuteran, on this post: Reef gardeners and turtle nursery

    Since then, I have been a little more informed on the subject. It's exciting, indeed. I did not know that Pemuteran was the largest project of its kind. Suddenly, I will perhaps mount the underwater videos that I made at the time (not yet found the time to exhume the hard drive).

    Enfin, merci de ton appréciation pour la bannière… 😉 Ravie que ça te plaise! Comme je l’expliquais à Alimata en commentaire dans this other post where we had debated it, I finally did not manage to choose one image more than another, and so I opted for an animated banner, as on my other site Carnets d'Asie du Sud-Est (South-East Asian Diaries). And despite his sarcasm of the moment, I kept my cliff of Koh Phi Phi (no but), but in panoramic version this time.
    🙄

  3. Cool. I do not really go out as a tourist or a group and who frequent more humble homes, even hovels, you open new horizons very pleasant. I note the Dominican Republic in a corner of my little head.
    Quand je serai grande, je veux un bandeau qui bouge! 🙄

  4. Hello Nono! Yes, I can see the chasm that exists between this press trip "todo incluido" that I made in Rep Dom and your humanitarian escapades in India ...

    For a banner that moves, you have to move to another type of platform that you usually blog (by the way, when you comment here, you should think about filling the line "your website", so Diwali Solidarity Pondicherry would appear automatically linked to your nickname). The day you feel like attacking to go to the big boys blog, let me know, I'll set you up!
    😉

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