Five books that take you on a journey

Five books that take you on a journey
By Thomas Doustal

Published on January 10, 2021 at 12:18 am – Updated January 10, 2021 at 7:20 am

Morning list

Between the curfew and the countries that are assimilating themselves, it is difficult to go too far. But there is always time to prepare for the next trip. Follow the guide!

When france looks like the end of the world

The entrance to the Garges du Verdon at Lake Sainte-Crix in Provence.

Thoughts of See the world except france Both economical and very fashionable. When you can’t travel far (Kovid-19, lack of time or money), you can find “Plan B” in France as amazing as the most beautiful places in the world. The images speak for themselves: the creaks of Marseille have an air of Cyclades, the Navasselle Cirque rivals’ ambassadors, at the Reunion, the site of the volcanic Brasilia’s buildings by the architect Niemeyer at Le Havre, and the Gorges du Verdon of El Nido in the Philippines There is no need to be embarrassed facing the lagoon. Beyond the eyelid, this clever little book reminds us of the diversity of the French landscape and the wealth of our country in exotic nuggets, from Faf Vuang Thou Pagoda in Alp, in Alair, in Rustell’s Provencal Colorado, Vaikuntha.

“See the world except France”, without illustration by Céline Fion, Natasha Penot and Jean Tiffon, Mélody Denturck, Hachette, 220 p., 19.90.
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From thrill to adventure

Ultra-long runner James Norokiev in action on Monte Rosa in Alto.

Traveling to discover the great outdoors, playing as much of nature’s game as possible, defying the elements, this is what women and men do. The new robinson Paint a picture English surfer Sophie Heller campaign for inclusive play on all oceans, Trent Preszler’s wooden donges are regarded as works of art, Stephanie Dietz challenges the mountains on her unicycle: this gallery of characters often looks at life experiences Who are also spiritual. In San Francisco Bay, an “urban cowboy”, Brittany Cole Bush, even mixes vegetarians with sheep farming! On the practical side, from survival goods to ultralight equipment through “outdoor” gastronomy, these New robinson Also offering a complete kit of the perfect adventurer, between the old-fashioned Trepor and Sportsman 3.0.

“The New Robinson: Adventure in the Great Outdoors”, Collective, Edition E / P / A, 256 p., € 35.

Wild Camp and Boy Scout Spirit

On Lake Wanaka, New Zealand.

Between the joys of camping and the art of camper, from Sweden to Scotland via American Park or French Polynesia. Camp around the world Takes the reader by hand: camping with your dog, making a good (good) coffee in the heart of nature, having a successful campfire and mastering it Bushcraft (Wild camping technique), practical advice optional with stories of trips or experiences. Cycling, canoeing, glamping or roof tents, these travel invitations are close to nature. The “Campers Tips” at the end of the book consists entirely of a boy-scout side over time (special mention “Tuna Stove”) is. Born in Besançon 34 years ago, Luke Gesell is not only a globetrotter and a seasoned camper, but he is also a skilled passer, who will most rekindle the desire for nights under the stars.

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