Through my Researches posts, I’m beginning to approach in a documentary way my travels by reflecting on ecological and humanitarian themes.
My last two days in Scotland. A short visit to Loch Ness on the Great Glen Way and a short stay in Inverness. Folowed by a review of my trip and what it taught me.
The end of my five weeks in Scotland is near. After the Outer Hebrides, I have only four days left to enjoy the Isle of Skye. I take this opportunity to go for day hikes along the Skye Trail.
My second part on the hiking trail through the Hebrides. I discover beautiful landscapes on Harris and meet travel friends on Lewis before enjoying my last days to immerse myself in history.
After the West Highland Way, I head out for my second week in Scotland for the Outer Hebrides, an archipelago of about ten islands in the West of Scotland. The Hebridean Way, a two-week wilder hiking trail, is waiting for me.
My first Scottish hike: A week through the countryside and the Highlands from Glasgow to Ben Nevis. A tiring but rewarding experience.
Peregrinus Mundi having changed since April 2019, I wish to work on a goal that is close to my heart: the publication of research articles on ecological and humanitarian themes.
Back in Provence to prepare what’s next. Why the Alps after three years of wandering abroad. Where comes the fact that hiking interests me more and more and what it reveals of my personality.
Focus about the Chamonix experience and what it allowed me to understand. Why I give up hospitality jobs (or not), my idea for the next five months and what I’m planning for the future.
From mi-December to mid-March, I faced depression. Work, rhythm of life and unconscious ignorance of my needs have let me to the black hole. But in suffering lies the answers. I thought about it and started to find some.
The snow finally started to fall on Chamonix and the Mont-Blanc valley. Since about two weeks we are surrounded by white. The ski resorts around opened a few days ago and tourists carrying ski/snowboard gear are more and more present in the streets of the village.
I’ve been a bit quiet this month of November, first of all because I’m re-doing my website with an all new beautiful design but also because despite all my efforts, I’m still feeling a bit down, sad and depressed.
Gonna be honest, this end of October and beginning of November months, were not the best. Big hours, lots of disappointments at work, stupid troubles with staff people, 10 days straight of bad weather… and as usual a feeling of depression, failure and losing myself.
This week was busy with a huge groupe of about 300 pax coming for 5 days in the hotel. A big group called ICAR : International Commission for Alpine Rescue. A lot of people specialized in mountain rescue. Tall, muscular and big eaters.
I got my first 2 days-off. So I went for an overnight hike on one of the most popular hike around the Mont-Blanc : The Lac Blanc. But I made my own one day and a half trail and I decided to camp next to the lake. And it was absolutely stunning!
After 15 months in Australia, I decided to come back to Europe. I was getting tired and angry and lots of things happened in the past 2 months. So I decided to come back to Europe for a few months. I found a job in Chamonix, right in front of the Mont-Blanc, the highest mountain in Europe!