Tomorrow I will be arriving into Madrid Cuatro Vientos.

I feel really tired and I can say that the days following Mexico have been hard and stressful.

Many decisions to take, surprises, threatening weather, and most of all, no spare time to write reports.

I am very sorry about that and also about the poor tracking system that I did choose.

Many lessons learned, and news goals to achieve.


Polo Norte

Wondering how the North Pole looks like?

Tomorrow lots of friends are waiting for me, also my family.

This north hemisphere flight is about to be completed. It has been not a matter of myself, but a matter of nice people that have been supporting me all the time. I feel really grateful.

I will rest a little bit ( I do still have the consequences of the low temperatures when visiting Santa Claus).

Then, I will try to share with you what has happened and what are my thoughts.

I feel really glad to return home. I feel also lucky.

My dear aircraft has performed very very well, and now, we are a team.

Antarctica is in the horizon, but a lot of work have to be done.

I will fight for it, sure.



Real Aeroclub de Málaga / Apr 24, 2016 10:09 pm / Reply

Enhorabuena Michel. Bienvenido a casa. Eric es historia

skypolarisadmin / Apr 25, 2016 6:05 am / Reply

Welcome Home Michel! You are a hero to all of us! After all the excitement of your arrival, and some rest, we will be looking forward to your thoughts on the flight.

zaza / Apr 25, 2016 11:24 pm / Reply

Lamento no haber estado. Esta gesta te pone a la altura de los raids de los 30 en aviones pequeños, como el de Filipinas y Guinea, como poco. Que pena que hoy los ciudadanos casi no se enteren de esto, intoxicados por toda la basura que dan en las teles. Menos mal que ha salido algo en el telediario del nediodia de TV1

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