Visit my world : Aria Mondu

I have been forgetting my tumblr for a while now, but I have a good reason ! I setted up a new website (all made by myself) where i centralize all my travel experiences through pictures, texts, maps and statistics !
I made the choice to write it in French, since it’s easier for me, but pics and maps are easily understandable by anybody ! ;-)

Hope you’ll like it. Here is the link : http://www.ariamondu.com/

Aria Mondu can be translated in Air World, and it’s in Corsican, the language of my small island !

To get directly to the dashboard, just click here.

Share your trip while traveling

I discovered Tripcolor a few days ago. This website allow you, through an iPhone app, to quickly create and share travel blog.
You can geolocate each of your photo and add a description. You’ll have then a kind of travel diary, with pics shared for each day and an overall map of your trip.


Check my profile to have a better idea of how it works

South America, here I am !

Here we are, I planned my new journey ! I’ll spend my NYE in South America, probably in Argentina and then spend most of the time in Brazil and a little bit in Uruguay. Will be a very short month, full of discoveries !
A chance to add some pins on my travel map

I just finished my handmade travel map ! I wanted to do it since a long time, now it’s done and waiting for new pins to be added !
If you don’t have time to do one like this, but you are using Foursquare, do your own interactive one at tripsq.com

What’s next ?

Almost 6 months has past since I ended my last travel. It’s now getting harder to find pics and share experiences, but a new travel is approaching. I’m thinking about this since weeks already. Hope I’ll make it !
Stay tuned for new info.
Let me share a pic of my island anyway.

View on East Village, Core and Cortez neighborhoods from Marriot Altitude Bar - San Diego, California (2009)

View on East Village, Core and Cortez neighborhoods from Marriot Altitude Bar - San Diego, California (2009)

One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.
Henry Miller