Zakopane & Morskie Oko Lake

Have you ever heard of the Tatras? They are a mountain range forming a natural border between Poland and Slovakia. They also happen to be the highest in the Carpathian Mountains. The highest Polish peak is called Rysy and rises up 2499 meters. And at 1395 meters high lies Morskie Oko, a beautiful lake 35 … Continue reading Zakopane & Morskie Oko Lake

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Bienvenue en Normandie

As a French citizen, I was taught about Normandy and the role this region played in D-Day during WW2. I had visited Caen and its war museum, we also went on a school trip to the beaches and memorials as part of our history lessons. I enjoyed it greatly, even swimming in the Channel sea … Continue reading Bienvenue en Normandie

The Sea, The Sea

I'm sitting on the trunk of a tree, an abandoned piece of timber that looks rough. A tree's life has secrets of its own, untold. I close my eyes, listen to the constant movement. I open up my eyelids and absorb the waves and the froth. There is something reassuring about the sea, it lies in … Continue reading The Sea, The Sea

Lonely Sailor

    "I know my limits, that's why I'm beyond". Serge Gainsbourg When I was 17, sitting in a French class, a teacher barged in and asked out of the blue if anyone with a good level of English would be interested in a French language assisting job in a British school. At the time, … Continue reading Lonely Sailor

Bon voyage!

Travelling is part of me, I cannot remain static. Life is an alternation of inertia and movement. Travelling is a key to open the gates of new cultures, because we should never content ourselves with what we already know. Discovering music, food, landscapes, people is part of stimulating your brain, eventually it helps open your […]