The little things that remind you that kindness still exists, the little gestures that remind you of your traveling days… do you notice them?
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So you start a blog, and then you end up making videos. Bummer for the blog.
After a night in the woods, how I spent a truly unforgettable day high up on the Great Wall of China. With real chunks of adventure inside!
Hard for me to express all the gratitude I feel towards the incredible number of people who helped me out in one way or the other during the past 16 months… but I’ll try!
By the time I left China, I had lost about 10 kilos. Here is how
Rangolis and typewriting institutes… everyday pieces of Indian poetry.
What does travelling in India sound like? Follow me!
Four months in India, a handful of languages and scripts and bus trips and nights in trains and good friends and and and… and a fantastic hand-made map
How I got to Kerala on a day India was closed and how the police drove me to Amma’s ashram.
“HAHA!” Gandhi laughed me from a 20-rupees note.
I am going back to Europe in two weeks. I feel strange but I’m happy too and here is why!
Yes, you can fall in love with a language (or do you fall in love with the people who speak it first?)
Four months and a half on the subcontinent, I guess I can say… I’ve been in India!
(En Francais juste en dessous) We were in Agra. Béré was resting in the guesthouse’s room and I had gone for a walk on my own. I decided to treat myself with a last chai for the day and gulab jamun. As I was eating the overly sweet brown delicacies …
I know, I know, you want to hear more about India… well, you’ll have to wait for me to be in China for that, I can only write in the next country, that’s just how I work. In the meantime, I am very happy to present you with the rest …
I’ve been sleeping around a bit lately
Persepolis, “the Persian city” in Greek, A cloudy day in good company!
How I learned Persian and why I fell in love with it (part I)
I am back with a soundtrack!
De retour avec de sonores atours!
Fighting other people prejudice and getting to a new place in a neutral state of mind… not really a piece of cake!
A Russian village in the middle of Armenia, a cold night out and some vodka… More adventures on the Silky Way!
A few short stories set in Tabriz and Tehran that made for my experience of Iran.
Cob walls and mosques, and early times ventilation shafts all over the place.
Our epic last journey through Armenia, trying to get into Iran and how the Lada wouldn’t come with us.
Kashan, ziggurat and cobwalls
One of the most religious cities of Iran, Qom.
Sounds of Armenia. Sheep and electricity, fusion and symphony.
Chaotic first days in Iran, so only a few pictures. But it’s only a start!
One new chapter in English, and two in French!
I am messy, so I don’t see why this blog shouldn’t be.
Yerevan has been a lot about friends, music and alcohol for me, but I managed to take a few pictures
Are you a bit bored of wintertime? Here are a few stories for you to read by the fire (don’t get too close, your laptop might melt though)!
This gallery is a little bit special. It illustrates a set of stories that you can find here in English or ici en français!
And finally… Tbilisi!
More of the georgeous Georgian countryside in Ushguli, Zugdidi, Argokhi and Telavi.
Georgia in my ears (and yours, if you please).
Life had a nice surprise in store for me, for my last day in Georgia!
Where I have slept in the last six months
Last sounds of Turkey before Georgia started to be in my ears
Our last stop in Turkey: Kars and Ani.