With Will, plane fanatic from the tender age of 5, Vincent explores Brighton. It was here that the concept of the seaside resort was born in the 19th century. On the coast, Vincent visits the Belle Tout lighthouse, an architectural masterpiece which has saved hundreds of sailors in a particularly dangerous area. Then back to Brighton to delve into the extravagance of the Royal Pavilion, the incredible palace home to the Thousand and One nights, built at the request of the highly eccentric King Georges V in 1821.
Vincent is on board an Aerobility plane, a vessel operated by handicapped pilots.More info
Accompanied by Silvio, chief of Magdeburg flying school, Vincent lands next to a strange building; bright pink and covered in plants. It is a work of the famous and eccentric Austrian architect, Hundertwasser.More info
Without help or instruction, Angrimur taught himself to fly when he was 20 years old. He takes Vincent to see whales at sea with Icelandic cetacean specialists.More info