"Φτάσε όπου δεν μπορείς " Νίκος Καζαντζάκης   " Reach what you cannot " Nikos Kazantzakis 

My Odyssey

I left France, my home country, for Greece at 18 years old, looking for my roots (my grandfather was greek). Happy to find a secure and sunny place to live, I stayed there and worked as "au pair" first, then waitress, jewellery seller, and after many seasonal jobs, I worked several years as local receptive agent for foreign tour operators. 
So yes... I worked many years in mass tourism... That's why I know very well what it can offer to travellers, and that 's why I decided to create my own job to make people discover the country in a more authentic way
After I decided to discover the Republic of North Macedonia. I have heard so many things about this country...In a negative way... That I was curious to go there.
And I felt in love with this small Balkanian country, kingdom of nature, with people who, despite a difficult past due to war, kept their kindness and welcome travellers in a simple but really authentic manier.
I love to learn, I am interested in all the cultures of the world, so the Odyssey should continue...

few things about me

French (nobody's perfect...)         Pontic Greek roots  
Sagittarius Simple Life
Cultures of the world    History   Philosophy

My favourite colour and flower: Orange and bougainvilliers
My favourite prose authors:  Isabel Allende, John Irving, Philippe Djian
My favourite poets: 
Homer
My favourite heroes in fiction: Odysseas
My favourite heroines in fiction:
 Zorah la rousse (german tv serie of the 80')
My favourite heroes in real life: My father
My favourite heroines in real life: 
Sophia R.
My favourite food and drink:  Pita and beer !
What I hate the most: 
Lies
The natural talent I'd like to be gifted with: Painting
What is my present state of mind: 
Happy
My favourite motto:  Greece's motto: freedom or death.

“We are travelers on a cosmic journey, stardust swirling and dancing in eddies and whirlpools in infinity. Life is eternal. We have stopped for a moment to encounter each other, to meet, to love, to share. This is a precious moment. It is a little parenthesis in eternity.”  Paulo Coelho