Over the years, we’ve traveled far and wide. At this point, we’ve visited over 50 countries! Of course, Zara carries a Portuguese passport and this is not big deal for an EU passport holder. However, for me and my Indian passport, it’s definitely a matter of huge pride. As an Indian … more »
They say that a picture is worth a thousand words.
In this section we share with you visuals from our travels around the world.
So come back for more honest photos and see how beautiful the world truly is!
I remember my first time at the airport in Dubai. I was roaming around the duty free shops, some of which happen to display the largest amount of luxury goods I have ever seen in any airport. Jewellery, high-end designer clothes, sports cars for lucky draws and, in the middle … more »
Mexican cuisine has got to be one of the most misrepresented when it comes to the international dining scene. So much that, for years, and until we actually traveled to Mexico, Ashray was convinced he hated Mexican food. Turns out those cheap cheese and sour cream loaded Mexican wannabe snacks … more »
Traveling from Helsinki to Stockholm was way more tiring than expected. Even though flights between the capitals of Finland and Sweden take less than one hour, we arrived in Stockholm to (yet another) disaster Airbnb. We haven’t been very lucky with this platform lately, that is for sure. This time, … more »
Today is Mother’s Day here in Guatemala. The atmosphere in the streets of Antigua is even a little more colorful than usual. There are people with flower arrangements in hand, folks printing photos of their Moms in mugs at the photo shop, and Moms hand in hand with kids getting … more »
Puerto Rico has about 700Km of coast line, and is home to at least 300 beaches. Ranging from touristic spots to absolutely deserted areas you’d have to hike through the wild to get to, there’s certainly a sweet place for everyone in Puerto Rico! After two weeks of living on … more »
While the French and even Spanish heritage in New Orleans might be acknowledged around the world, the Vietnamese influence is not that well known. As a traveler who’s been to the United States several times, I was extremely curious to spend some time in Louisiana. I knew that New Orleans … more »
We were riding an Uber the other day around Brooklyn, when I started thinking about how different it must be when you grow up in a city like New York. Well, at least as compared to me, coming from a small town in the North of Portugal. During a trip … more »
For countries as big and rich as the United States, it’s easy to assume that everyone here gets to eat well. While it’s true that most people in the United States have access to plenty of food, the quality of food varies incredibly. We’ve experienced this ourselves in our travels … more »
In India, there tends to be a big gap between regulations and what really happens all around you. We could call that gap “reality”. Because reality and the harsh facts of life usually impose themselves over theories, ideologies and written rules. Even though technically banned back in 2005, plenty of … more »