By air - following the current
For me too it’s always a beautiful sight to see it passing overhead in Talais, like yesterday evening when my husband came out straightaway
to find me and rush me out of the house so that I missed nothing...
The twirling girls of Saint-Vivien
It was four years ago at the SAM Omnisports Club at Lesparre-Médoc that the baton twirling club first saw the light of day. Then, wishing to acquire
more independence, Isabelle Jobic, the founder of the club, contacted the mairie of Saint-Vivien and with the agreement of the mayor, M Dubernet, she
took over the gym that has an adequate ceiling height for the twirling batons...
Polo and wine – a perfect symbiosis
Already back in 1973 Pierre Tari, at that time owner of Château Giscours, founded the Polo Club de Bordeaux. Over one decade this team shaped the French
Polo and won several times the French Championships as well as the famous Cowdray Park Challenge Cup in Great Britain in 1989. Part of the team of the Polo
Club de Bordeaux was Louis Tari...
Fishing on Eastern
From the port of Pauillac in the quiet of the morning Weather: wind and sun. Ships laden with food, drinks, fishing rods and hooks. The
wind helping with setting the sails: Heart of Grenadine (3 persons), Moby Dick" (2 persons) and West Wind (2 persons) for a mini regatta,
keeping a contact on VHF channel 72 , to Port Médoc where we will join Jedak (5 persons) based in Port Bloc...
In the air with Alain
In the Médoc we don’t see too many aeroplanes; occasionally we see vapour trails across the sky or we hear a buzzing sound from way up high, like a large
angry insect. And now here I am sitting on this flying object! The buzz is intense and the wind whistles in my ears. It rolls forward in a stuttering
movement, you feel the aircraft vibrate and then it takes off. When I look down, I see a mirror of water and the green of the forests down below... Alain,
the owner and pilot of a motorized hang glider offers regional trips by air...
My name is Clémence de Pourtalès, I am a first year student for the national diploma of oenologist. I am looking forward to the start of the 4 L Trophy
above all because it has a humanitarian purpose. Then there is the adventure in the middle of the desert and the Moroccan mountains. I think I will
experience total disorientation! The fact that I will be sharing the adventure with 3000 other students as well as my team-mate makes it all the