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I left my home country, France, on the 27th of May 2012 for a long journey across the world. No goal, No return.
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One important point of this trip is to take pictures, make films, record sounds and interviews. On this page you will find all the media I produced.

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Azerbaijan Tuesday 17 July 2012
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This week I send a report to podcast Homolab with Baylen and Lucio, but without Lucio, and Rosie, sitting in for Amy. Read the story

About to cross the border to Azerbaijan
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Georgia Saturday 7 July 2012
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Video blogging, play the video!

Arrivée à Lagodekhi
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Georgia Thursday 5 July 2012
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Dernière étape gérogienne, petite ville avec du caractère, aux pieds des montagnes.

Le parc naturel présente des balades intéressantes, dont un lac qui fait la frontière avec la Russie à 3000m d’altitude. Les amis israéliens que j’avais croisé à Ushguli, puis à Tbilisi m’ont dit le soir même ne pas avoir pu trouvé le lac car le chemin de rando s’évanouis dans la nature, sans marquage… grosse déception pour eux, moi je me suis contenté d’une petite balade vers une cascadounette qui déchire pas sa race, mais qui m’a bien achevé… s’en est suivi une nuit de quasiment 12 heures!

Le parcours de la balade se trouve ici.

Batumi to Tbilisi night train
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Georgia Monday 2 July 2012
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I took the night train from Batumi to Tbilisi, Georgia, on a third attempt to leave the coastal city. Read the story

Pulley
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Georgia Tuesday 19 June 2012
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Today I went to visit the Gelati church outside Kutaisi.

On the minibus I noticed this remarkable level crossing. I walked back to it from the church, and eventually walked along the track all the way back to Kutaisi.

The track was apparently still in use, and there was a man to operate the level crossing…

Train fans, here’s a selection of the pictures I took.

Otogar in Corlu, Turkey
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Turkey Tuesday 12 June 2012
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A peine une centaine de kilomètre de la Bulgarie, et le décor change radicalement.

Deux cultures, deux langues, deux peuples radicalement différents. Ces différences marquent plus quand on voyage en bus qu’en avion. L’aéroport, le vol marquent une telle frontière qu’on est préparé à attérir dans un monde différent. Avec le bus, chaque kilomètre compte. On ne parcours pas une distance folle et le contraste à l’arrivée est d’autant plus frappant.

Train crossing bridge from Romania to Bulgaria
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Romania Friday 8 June 2012
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This is a long contemplative video taken from the train slowly crossing the bridge, going toward creepy industrial buildings and nuclear plant…

Florence Underground
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Italy Monday 28 May 2012
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This is a very peculiar place. Read the story

I Will Follow Him
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France Monday 21 May 2012
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Tonight was a very special night for me.
I had the chance to be with some of my dearest friends in Paris (check out the pic in Paris Friends post), but also to go to my favourite bar to party: Rosa Bonheur.
At the end of the night, I went for a last drink with the Rosa Bonheur choir lead by the amazingly talented Marco, and they sang for me the title song from Siter Act: I Will Follow Him. There couldn’t be any better appropriate song!
Thanks guys, I really had such a moving time!

And you get the chance to hear it now! This will remain forever in my heart!

Mick, Cap, Dom, et Louis
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France Friday 18 May 2012
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Première photo des amis de Paris. Il vous reste encore quatre jour pour paraître sur cet article… dépêchez vous!!

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