Who are we?
We are a French Gay Couple, living in Paris Area.
Our life and our work are giving us the opportunity to travel a lot.
We publish our trip travel pictures on this blog. Most of our trip are on Gay Cruises.
We LOVE them! We are also big Disney fans. We loves the parks!
This website is a personal blog designed to publish our photo albums.
You're more than welcome to watch them. Many of them will give you good ideas for your futures trips.
Some photos are more personnal, and can be seen only by our friends and our family. You need to sign up to see them.
There is a login system on the blog. If you are a friend or a member of our family, you are welcome to create an account,
and we will give you a full access of our pictures.
It may takes a few days to approve an account, don’t hesitate to contact us by phone our whats’up, and we’ll approve you right away.
Geolocalisation, date and time of the pics are generally accurate. Those info are taken on Exif data and are normally local time.
Sometimes, Exif data are missing or wrong (if camera is in flight mode for exemple).
In this case, the program tries to estimate the missing informations.
The number of views is calculated every night (french time) by an automatic log files analyses.
You can't see the views of the day in real time.
The program only counts the number of pics which have been completely displayed on the user's screen.
This website is non commercial. We don’t use any tracking or commercial cookies.
We create 2 technical cookies when you connect. One is storing language and identification number, so we can connect you directly in the language you used before. We're storing your identification in the other one, so you don't need to reenter your pseudo and password at each visit.
These cookies will last for a few years.
If you leave a comment, the comment and its metadata are retained indefinitely.
For users that register on our website, we also store the personal information they provide in their user profile.
All users can see, edit, or delete their personal information at any time.
Website administrator can also see and edit that information
If you have an account on this site, or have left comments, you can request to receive an exported file of the personal data we hold about you,
including any data you have provided to us.
You can also request that we erase any personal data we hold about you.
This does not include any data we are obliged to keep for administrative, legal, or security purposes.
If you connect using Facebook
Facebook send us only your name, email address, and a technical id number.
We store those infos in our database. We don't give any info about what you've seen or what you're doing on our website to Facebook.
How does it work?
When you're connecting on our website, we send an identification request to Facebook.
If they know who you are, and after having verified you gave them proper authorisation before, Facebook confirm us it's you.
They only send us your name, email address, and a technical id number.
We store those infos in our database. Facebook doesn't give us any other informations.
If Facebook doesn't have your authorisation, they just tell our server they can't answer our question.
In this case, we give you access to the 'continue with facebook' button, and if you click on it, Facebook opens a popup to ask you all authorisation.
Connecting with Facebook is quick and easy. This way you don't need to create an account on our website and remember a specific password.
You can ask facebook to remove this authorisation anytime by going on www.facebook.com then 'setting' and 'apps and website'.
Googlemaps & Mapbox
When we are displaying maps, we re using either Googlemaps or Mapbox api.
If you use our map search tools, Google or Mapbox will have acces to you ip address and will may be use some technical and non-commercial cookies.
We don't give any info about what you've seen or what you're doing on our website to Google or Mapbox.
How to remove your data?
if you want us to erase your data from our database, just ask us using the form “Contact-us” or contact us by clicking here.
The blog is hosted by OVH servers
OVH collect many technical datas on their log such as your IP address, metadata, the type of software and platform you use to connect and the pages you see.
OVH is a French company, and doesn’t store datas outside the European Union.