Ever wondered what it would be like to live in Japan? Well, this web site won't tell you. We had to cross the Pacific to find out, and there's no way anyone's going to just tap their finger on a mouse and get the benefit of our experience. No way. It would just seem wrong. What this web site will do is show you some of our nifty pictures of our life and travels in Asia--just click one of the pictures below to get started, or use our state-of-the-art site map to navigate. If you're a regular visitor, you may want to take a look at our DOS-inspired list of recently added pages, and skip right to the new stuff, and if you'd like to see even more recent pictures, just head on over to JF's flickr sets.
Of course, if text is more what you're into, you might be interested in looking at Jean-François' travel essays, our guest book (which you are encouraged to sign), or our guest book archive (containing messages left before May 2003). If you run out of things to do here, take a peek at our list of links to friend's sites and other places on the web (which, we hasten to point out, is in serious need of an update).
Guests since January 1999: counter lost count, but basically lots and lots (averaging about 500 a week)
All graphics, text and photos on this site were produced by Bonnie Lee La Madeleine & Jean-François Chénier unless otherwise noted.
Um... except the picture of the pen in some of the menus, that is. I grabbed that somewhere.
This page was last updated by Jean-François Chénier.