Archive for October, 2012

Mongolia

[video] A glimpse of Mongolia

Spending a month in Mongolia was one of the most incredible things I’ve done. The generosity of the mongolian people living in such an extreme environment blew my mind.

 

It was the beginning of my More >

Novodevichy covent

5000km across Siberia, a hell of a journey!!

29 January 2010, we got to the freezing capital of Moscow.

Our 2 courchsurfers gave us the warmest welcome and had a surprisingly good english! They will be the only english speaking More >

Beijing

[video] China’s most beautiful landscapes

I was first planning to spend a month in China, but as soon as I arrived I know it wouldn’t be enough. I just fell in love with the country, the people, the amazing language, the nature.

(obviously not More >

Nebra Valley - Laddakh - India

[video] My second year on the road

Jan 2010 to Jan 2012, it’s been 2 years already!

 

Nebra Valley – Laddakh – India

 

This year has been very intense, I spent most time in Nepal paragliding, whent to India for a month and half, came More >

Bangkok by night

I’m in Thailand!! Chilling out and blogging!

Here I am, after 3 months break in France, I had to say goodbye again to all my family and friends and flew to Thailand last tuesday.

 

Flying out of France

 

How saaaaddd!

 

Luckily I brought some More >

Mongolia

[video] My first year on the road

Less than 4 minuts to sum up one year on the road, it’s not much!! But it gives you a good idea of the wonderful places I’ve seen in my first year on the road.

 

 

From the 29th of January 2010 to the More >

Jungle Guitars

Meet Chris and build your own guitar in Goa

I’ve known Chris for several years, and I know one of the things he does best is GUITARS!

 

My favourite guitar made by Chris

 

Chris has been a luthier for more than 20 years. His experience and More >

Bangkok streets

From Bangkok airport to Kao San Road for 30 baths only!

There is one way to get to Kao San Road for very cheap from Suvarnabhumi International airport.

 

It is for sure longer than taking a taxi or a tourist bus, but it’s really worth it, mostly if you’re More >

Trekking in Annapurna

The cheapest trek in Annapurna ever!

Nepal is a very cheap country to travel. But when it comes to trekking, the bill can get really high!

 

I.   For those who are not very adventurous

 

and like to organise everything from home, you’ll More >

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