Vincent explores the North of Scotland aboard the hydroplane of Hamish Mitchell, son of a Royal Air Force hero. He visits Skye, the largest and most northerly isle of the Inner Hebrides, which has a long and colourful history. He is welcomed by the young heir of Dunvegan Castle, stronghold of the famous MacLeod clan, he learns how to play the bagpipes with one of the world’s best, and he uncovers the mystery of the Loch Ness monster with Dick Raynor, its pursuer for 50 years.
Vincent lands at Casablanca airport, with trainee pilots awaiting his arrival, and takes part in their training.More info
Headed for the capital, Rabat, Vincent flies over the extraordinary Moulay Bousselham lagoon. Aboard the boat of orthonologist Hassan Dhalil, Vincent witnesses a stunning display of soaring pink flamingoes.More info
We’re headed for Africa. In the heart of the Medina, in Tangier, Vincent drops off his luggage in a place once frequented by Saint-Exupéry, Hotel Fuentes.More info