Hi & Welcome !

My name is Florence, I’m 27 and I live in Belgium.
I am a very curious person fascinated by the world and concerned by international relations and human rights. 

My passions are traveling, writing and photography


My passion to travel the world and discover new cultures has, I believe, always been part of me; I was 3 years old when my parents decide to move to Italy, in the Friuli. I, thus, grew up between the North and the South and I realized what are the differences between cultures, languages and life-styles. Today, I still find it difficult to answer the question “Where are you from?”. I would describe myself as a European citizen – maybe even a World-citizen –  and I feel at home nowhere-and-everywhere at the same time.

I have realized that, in the world, very few people have the chance to travel and move (like they want to). Borders. This is the reason why, in my opinion, it is very important to share travel stories and people stories from all around the world. These stories can cross borders, they open your eyes and they can put an end to fear and discrimination.

To me, traveling means meeting people, discovering places and learning new cultures and traditions.

I strongly believe that traveling broadens your mind and make you richer…



About the blog


Reporter On The Road

Reporter On The Road is a bilingual blog (written both in French and English) where I share stories from the world. Places to discover, People to meet, Unknown cultures and Life stories.

    Reporter on the road has the mission to take you on a journey, one place at a time, through cultures & traditions from the world…   

To Discover: My Favorite Posts ♡

Two-week travel itinerary in Vietnam: All you need to know

Vietnam is a surprising country by its people, its culture, its landscapes but especially by its way of living: at its own pace and with its own rules. It’s a journey you may have been planning for months, it quickly becomes a great adventure full of surprises.
For me, Vietnam turned out to be an unexpected journey, a journey of wonderful encounters, smiles, confrontations but also unexpected moments that transformed these two weeks in Vietnam in an incredible journey !

Portraits of Vietnam

The the richness of all my travels often comes down to meeting the other. Because, for me, going on a trip also means discovering the culture of the country by meeting its inhabitants. During my short stay in Vietnam, I met people who were rich in emotion and sharing. I want to share these few portraits to pay tribute to these people I had the chance to meet. To show their beauty and their differences. Behind each of these photos hides an exchange, sometimes brief, sometimes more intimate. Some people smile while waiting to receive something in return, others take a break after talking with you for hours…