French on the paper and European in my heart, I have been living abroad for about 10 years. My passion for travelling has begun when I was girl and went alone in Germany for a school exchange and it went on ever since. In the last 10 years, I have been lucky enough to live in Finland, South Germany, Brussels, Paris, England, Barcelona and finally Scotland. Travelling is an itchy habit that is not ready to disappear.

Tourism has been the heart of my professional career since college, I have studied, lived and worked in the tourism industry and I intend to keep it that way for a long time. I had the opportunity to work as tourism development consultant the past 3 years in Barcelona and loved the experience every step of the way. Thanks to this position, I have been exposed to new destinations (Belize, Antigua and Barbuda and Columbia, just to name a few of them) and increased my eagerness to learn about the world. I recently moved in Edinburgh, Scotland and I am hoping to find again a motivating and challenging position.

My blog reflects all my discoveries I have made during my travels and my culinary discoveries. Food is a particular area very close to my heart. As French, it couldn’t be other way. I offer you in my blog travel blog my good (and bad) restaurants reviews, local producers and bars discoveries. What better place to be than visiting a cheese maker or a winery?

If my brief description has picked your curiosity, I invite you to have a look to my portfolio or CV and contact me for any info, request or comment.




  1. Hi Sophie,

    I’m not sure if you list good food stops for your readers, but we are a small family business about to open a 10am-10pm coffee house and Bistro up in John o’ Groats, Scotland.

    Called “Stacks” , we are just yards from the finishing post for End-2-Enders and major on home cooked Scottish foods but with a warm Mediterranean twist. Generous portions, all cooked on site and cakes to die for!

    My daughter, our head chef, has a Nutrition Diploma and we’re proud to cater for allergies and special diets as well as making a big fuss of those crazy souls who cross the finish line or drive the NC500 Route.

    We’ll be open from the first week in July and would appreciate a plug if you think your readers would be interested in us! If you are up in our area, please do come and eat with us…we would welcome your genuine feedback.
    Many thanks.

    1. Hi Theresa,
      Thank you for your message.
      I’m glad you contacted me because we are doing the NC500 in September.
      I would be very nice to visit you during our trip!
      Best wishes

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