For high school my parents sent me to a boarding school in Paris. I was very sad because I feel more like a country boy than a Parisian.
Then I went to study agriculture in college. After 5 years, I did not know what I exactly wanted to do in the farming industry so I went to put my hands on in the USA and New-Zealand.
In California, I stayed on a farm where they had goats and I decided to make cheese with some milk. I looooooovvvve cheese!! They liked my cheese and wanted me to tour them in France on cheese. We did a tour of France on cheese and adored it! I said to myself that it would a fun job to be a cheese tour guide.
I found a job in Normandy, started to tour tourists who came to the D-day sites and there we are!! I now run cheese and cider tours in a very picturesque sub-region of Normandy: Pays d'Auge!
Come to discover another part of Normandy with me!
I have a diploma of "ingeneer in agriculture" delivered by the minister of agriculture
I have a licence for transportation delivered by the minister of transport
I am not a licensed guide but who is more legitimate to talk about agriculture, food and landscapes than an agronomist?