Travel

Spitzbergen : the great white paradise

It is the main island of Svalbard archipelago, extremely north of Norway. Larger than Belgium and the closest to North Pole, this kingdom of ice is one of the last accessible and wild Arctic territories. It is not surprising that Spitzbergen annual average temperature is of-5°C. Sky is often cloudy and there is no tree […]

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Royal Enfield and Trans Himalayan route: made for each other

There is no shortage of prestigious motorcycle brands. But straddling a Royal Enfield is a very special adventure. Exit speed buffs, this elegant Indian has for baseline “keep calm and ride safe “. Moreover, this bike of legend became the ideal mount to face the highest road of the world, the Trans Himalayan.   Inheritance […]

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Perrine Chugg, traveler, mom and tramp

Definitely optimistic, Perrine appeared while we were looking for a cook on the Roadsign Tour de France. “I do not cook but I can drive!” She drove and get on the team with happiness. Since then, this voracious traveler continues to learn about the world in varied lands… but not alone.   A Supersized life […]

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Look Around You: watching the world eye-to-eye

There are people who naturally and very seriously give the smile and create the hope. The members of the new audiovisual collective Look Around You are made of that stuff.  Spirited and highly concerned, passionate and forward looking, they form a detonative cocktail ready “to change the world”. To be followed.         […]

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Eliott Schonfeld : The genuine single-handed adventure

His name could be the one of a Spielberg hero searching for a very ancient treasure … But his El Dorado is simply the planet. Traveler by nature, he longs to approach the unknown, to explore remote areas and get back to the origins. Curious and attracted by new horizons, Eliott gives up his first […]

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A travel diary: 6 months in Asia

How about a 6-month getaway in Asia? We met with Rebecca and Damien, a couple of adventurers who went travelling to do volunteer work and discover this fascinating continent. Here’s what we learnt from them:     What were your motivations to travel in Asia for 6 months? Why did you choose this continent in […]

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Kerala. The other land of tea

We know that tea is produced from a tree. Of Kerala, we have heard some suggestive names: Pondicherry, Cochin or Malabar. What else?   Puzzling and fascinating India. In the southwest of this vast peninsula, is Kerala. Between Indian Ocean and Arabian Sea, it is the green region of the country, already known for its […]

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Anne Bialek: An adventurer at the top

Before turning 40, Anne decided it was time to change her life. And she does the job properly … Let’s meet the first woman to complete all 6,000m peaks in Bolivia.
Anne, you were not supposed to live in mountains!

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Easter Island: the land of stony gardens

It is a mythic place lost in Pacific Ocean, midway between Tahiti and Chile. As big as the Liechtenstein but much less populated, we only know its enigmatic sculptures called Moai. A closer look reveals a tough history and varied cultural influences whose secrecy has not been solved.     The Dutch named it when […]

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