I began travelling in my childhood with my parents, covering all of my country and southern France. Even in those times I was far more interested in watching documentaries and reading information about new countries, landscapes, tribes and cultures than playing or the typical activities of the childs.
As soon as I was old enough to sign a job contract, I travelled to the Uk to keep learning about life, myself and using all the money I got working to discover central Europe. Since them I realised that what I thought was just a summer hobby was going to become my life's leitmotiv, and since then all I do is travel related.
Now I travel alone, with a couple of kilos on my back, no matter how low my budget is. I believe that travelling is the only way to archieve the fully development of the being. My last adventures have taken me to live in buddhist temples in the high Himalayas, where I have been pointed with rifles, to enter Tibet ilegally crossing alone on foot that amazing mountains, to hitch-hike along the Sahara desert,to share the way of living with remote tribes in Senegal, with saddhues and babas in holy valleys at the sources of the Ganga river, with the touaregs in Mauritania and some other experiences that help me to understand better the world where we live and consequently myself.
When travelling I never sleep in hotels, nor eat in big restaurants. I mix with the locals instead, trying to learn from their culture,traditions and feeling the idiosincracy of any place until I make it mine somehow.
Any new tryp makes me feel that I'm taking conscience of a little new part of myself, so my only goal in life is to keep travelling to develop my person to the fullest.