One year ago, I was about to begin my last trip to Australia, before settling back home in France. During the final month I spent in the country, I went to many places that I hadn’t visited before like Jervis Bay for example, 200km South of Sydney. You probably all know now that Australia is…Read more The sand was whiter in Jervis Bay…
I first thought about writing an article like this one a long time ago, when I went to Australia for the first time between 2016 and 2017, but I couldn’t find anything interesting to say for some letters so I finally gave up. I only thought about it again recently, and thanks to the many…Read more The world from A to Z: my traveller’s alphabet
Two years ago, in December 2017, I was travelling on the West Coast of Australia with a few friends of mine. After almost a month on the road, we arrived in Perth for Christmas, that we celebrated the “Aussie way”: at the beach, with a barbecue and a couple of beers. On the 26th of…Read more Travelling memories: Christmas on Rottnest Island
I never really talked about my farmwork experience in any of my previous articles, but this was such a huge part of my Australian adventure that I had to write something about it. I still have today this kind of love-hate relationship with this period of my life: I mostly hated it at that time,…Read more Travelling memories: farmwork in Australia
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