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: […]

Airstream in Coos Bay

The Airstream experiment

Between a few appointments in San Francisco, CA and the World Domination Summit in Portland, OR, I decided to take my work on the road for a few days, to visit the coasts of northern California and Oregon. When you’re on the road, you need to be ready to work from pretty much any location. […]

El Chalten

Memories: Once upon a time in Patagonia

Today is Christmas Day. I just spent the one third of it, sitting at a dinner table. Drinking half a bottle of champagne by myself, trying to not to engage in the multiple arguments going around: my sister yelling at her kids, my mom yelling at my sister, my brother-in-law yelling at my mom, the kids […]

Adventures in Patagonia, Argentina & Chile

You would think that after taking such an incredible trip I would rush on this blog and tell you everything about it. But not. I have been in a little bit a of writing slump lately. But suddenly, as I was finishing ironing my clothes, like a good girl on a Sunday evening, I felt […]

Postcard from Philadelphia

April was, once again, time for my bi-annual trip to the City of Brotherly Love. I left a cold and rainy Lyon at 5:30 am and made my way to Philly, via Zürich. When I landed in Philadelphia, the weather was summer-like, the trees were in bloom, the terraces were buzzing… I took a good […]

Fasten your seat belts

One thing I love more than anything is to see plane (or train) tickets piling up on my desk, as as many promises of new adventures. And right now, they do… I’m happy as a clam in my new home (currently writing this post from the warmth of my bed as I watch snowflakes fly […]