I’m from the French Alps near Grenoble, but I’ve been living in Scotland since 2002. I’ve been working in the Tourism industry organising tours to Scotland since then, and I thoroughly enjoy it. I took a job in Scotland, thinking I’d only stay for a couple of years, but eight years on, I’m still here, having set up my own company offering themed itineraries in this fabulous country. In the time I’ve been here, I’ve extensively travelled the country, discovering it through my foreigner’s eyes, and finding restaurants which I know even the French will love. So you can believe me when I say it’s fabulous. And I’d love you to let me show you what I’ve found that’s made me want to stay.
AGE: a lady never says!
NATIONALITY: French and proud of it!
FAVOURITE THINGS: My cat, chocolate, French cheese (the stinky type), sitting on an empty beach in the Highlands in front of a fire with a glass of Drambuie.
HAPPIEST MOMENT IN 2006: Discovering Gairloch and Ullapool with my parents, meeting lovely people along the way. AND when France beat Italy at the Euro 2008 qualifiers.
HAPPIEST MOMENT IN 2007: An afternoon canoeing down the Ardeche with Mike in July.
HAPPIEST MOMENT IN 2008: as corny as it sounds, our WEDDING. It was a fantastic day and we had the best time ever!
HAPPIEST MOMENT IN 2009: Standing on top of Kjeragbolten in Southern Norway in July.
HAPPIEST MOMENT IN 2010: Watching an amazing sunset at Dunure Castle on midsummer's night.
OTHER WEBSITES THAT I THINK YOU MIGHT LIKE:
- www.osprey-adventures.com - Walking and Mountain Biking holidays in Scotland.
- www.themajesticline.co.uk - Something for a special occasion. Cruise the west coast of Scotland in true style aboard a beautifully appointed vessel with exclusive accommodation for groups of 12.
- www.thewalkingwestie.com - hillwalking in the Skye and Lochalch area through the eyes of a Westie.