Today with this article, I’d like to tell you more about the place where I grew up and where I work now: Saint-Nazaire, on the French Atlantic coast. If you don’t live in France but still have heard about this city before, it might be because you’ve read my previous article about street art, but…Read more Welcome to Saint-Nazaire!
On my way to Australia in June 2016, Bangkok was the first city I visited for a short stopover. Even if it was a brief stay, I went through a lot of unexpected adventures, from a terrible start to a luckily much better ending. This is the story of 3 days and dozens of contradictory…Read more Travelling memories: ups and downs in Bangkok
Formerly known as Ayers Rock, Uluru is the giant red monolith in the middle of the Australian desert. Along with the Sydney Opera House, kangaroos and the Great Barrier Reef, it’s one of the icons of the country. Seeing it has always been one of my dreams, even long before I had ever planned travellig…Read more The magic of Uluru
I’ve always found bridges fascinating. I find them elegant, I love the countless types of architecture they can have and I enjoy crossing them to admire the landscape from a different perspective. During my travels, I saw a lot of beautiful bridges all around the world and I wanted to write this article to show…Read more 13 stunning bridges across the world
Is it possible to travel and be respectful of the environment at the same time? Tourism, and especially mass tourism is often a problem for fragile ecosystems and today while Amazonia is burning we can’t deny that our planet is in danger. But there are some ways to reduce your carbon footprint and your impact…Read more How to become a Green Traveller
I started writing this article two years ago, in September 2017, but never finished it and eventually forgot it after a while, until I found it by accident a few days ago. I don’t really know why I never published it; after all, it was about what might be the most beautiful moment of my…Read more Travelling memories: an unforgettable moment at South West Rocks, Australia
With its mountains, its many lakes, its wildlife and its flora, Switzerland is a paradise for hikers. More than 60% of the country is covered by the Alps, sheltering not less than 48 summits towering more than 4,000m! If you want to go for a walk in the nature, there are countless trails always perfectly…Read more My 4 favourites hikes in Switzerland