Author Archives for Séverine Puissant

The Mapuche and the Thousand-year’s old Forest

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This community where literally in Mapudungun language (language Mapuche) means ” People of the Earth ” occupies the territory of Araucanie. How I could better present the people Mapuche than to let Mapuche speak about it, this ancestral oral transmission shows this unique and inseparable link which they have with NUKE MAPU, the Earth Mother....

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Charming World at Dinosaur National Monument

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Very often when we travel and goes off to explore a country, a region, we struggle to make every effort to visit the inevitable, the place to go, the things to do … We prepare to make a success “of The” ride which will lead us necessarily to a fantastic view and without parallel. Very...

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Iléna Junior Ranger in the USA

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You are visiting the United States to discover the National Parks, you are a little bit perplexed of the interest which your children could find there. And well, dont worry, they are good these Americans. They developed a very serious activity which involves literally your children. What would say your 5 years old child ,...

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One night at Death Valley on campsite with children, What an idea!

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One night at Death Valley in campsite with children, What an idea! After a luxurious road since Sequoia National Park, we reach the famous Death Valley. Death Valley National Park is one of the biggest parks of the United States where I confirm, desert landscapes and infernal temperatures are omnipresent, as well as in the...

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Sunrise at MESA ARCH

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Ah, that this magic memory will for ever remain engraved in our head. We are staying at Canyonlands National Park, a wild, little frequented park which offers to the explorers a concentrated of the most beautiful western American landscapes . We shall spend a night in a campground not far from the entrance of the...

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The call of the Kodachrome’s cheminees

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Kodachrome Basin State Park came to us as an obvious stage by leaving Bryce Canyon before joining Zion. It is instinctively that we take back the scenic famous drive 12 in the direction of the Southeast. For many geologists, this site was formerly it amounting of Yellowstone National Park. They are persuaded that these famous...

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LOWER ANTELOPE canyon – Tortuous Route of the throat in thousand pallets

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Our stop-over in Page, was enriched well in terms of visits. We are still surprised by so much beauty so diverse and varied within surrounding Page and its region. Antelope canyon is undoubtedly an inescapable but justified! Situated on the east of Page in full Indian Navajos reserve, two slots canyon Upper and Lower are...

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You Bet ! I chew that leave.

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THE COCA LEAVES. Bet you I chew these coca leaves! We can say it, the coca is consumed from immemorial time  by the Andean populations. But in what can she well be of use to us, tourists of the Altiplano? And well, they have many virtues these coca leaves. For the Andean farmers, they contribute...

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5 TIPS TO PREPARE A ROADTRIP IN THE WEST USA

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This post groups undoubtedly good to know information when you intend to visit in the American West. The success of a journey in the discovery of parks requires above all a good preparation of your roadtrip. First advice I want to tell you: take time to well prepare your future journey. The American West abounds...

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