Une Vagabonde

A taste of the bohemian lifestyle...
Granadilla de Abona

Tenerife: one week of remote co-working

When comes December, the weather in Lyon has been on the grey side for a couple of months already, and there’s nothing like packing up our lives and offices for a week (or more) of sunshine before heading toward Holiday season. For the second year in a row, Charlotte and I have been joining the […]

Lyon - quais de Saone

Only Lyon: Mad as a March hare

12 months, 12 destinations, 12 photos. iPhone only, no tricks, no material, just a little filter maybe… I will show you how beautiful the world is if you just open your eyes and step outside of your daily routine. This month, I stayed local. I’m getting a little bit of cabin fever, but I’m still in love […]

Lyon: Parc Sutter

5 reasons to set your home-base in Lyon, France

As a part-time nomad, the primary location, or “home-base” as I call it, is very important. This is where you’ll spend a great deal of your time, between trips, this is where you’ll be set-up administratively, and this is where you’ll build your “real life” support network (personal and professional). I chose Lyon, France as […]

Paris: 28 days later

12 months, 12 destinations, 12 photos. iPhone only, no tricks, no material, just a little filter maybe… I will show you how beautiful the world is if you just open your eyes and step outside of your daily routine. Don’t worry no virus or zombies in this edition only a February escapade in Paris, France. […]

Coos Bay, Oregon

Welcome to Oregon

In the summer of 2017, I decided to drive the Pacific Coast, from San Francisco, CA to Portland, OR. The first leg of this journey took me to Eureka, CA, through the incredible sceneries of the Avenue of the Giants and other huge trees that you can literally drive thru. Leaving Eureka, I’m about to […]

Humboldt Redwoods State Park

Desperately seeking the avenue of the giants

As many of my trips lately, it all started with a photo I stumbled upon somewhere between Pinterest and Instagram. Huge sequoia trees framing an empty road. Immensity and freedom. All I could think of was: I want that. And I want that loneliness with it. A little more research brought me to two cues: […]

Minerve France

Carcassonne: It’ll be a long day in January

12 months, 12 destinations, 12 photos. iPhone only, no tricks, no material, just a little filter maybe… I will show you how beautiful the world is if you just open your eyes and step outside of your daily routine. Let’s kick off this new series with the long month of January that started in Carcassonne, France. […]

Scotland Sauces

A taste of Scotland: from Scottish breakfast to Haggis

Myth: you will not eat well when traveling through Scotland. One cannot be more wrong. I’ll give you that, there’s so much “bad press” around Haggis that you might fear a little bit the Scottish national dish. Fear not, unless you’re a hardcore vegetarian, it’s really not insurmountable. Personally, I had a blast tasting all […]

Geneva

Geneva – uncovered

When you think about Geneva, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Be honest. Banks? United Nations and Red Cross? Watches? Chocolate? Truth is, for the longest time, so did I. And it wasn’t a destination high on my list. I found it a little subdued and boring. And atrociously expensive for the […]

Vernazza

Remote co-working: one week in Italy

People are often teasing me: you’re always on vacation! Actually, not. Really, I’m always working… Back in September I went for a week of remote co-working in Tuscany. And although some of the participants were more in a vacation mood, we really got some work done. So, how does this remote co-working go? It’s easy. […]