This place might look like Venice, but it is not. The water doesn’t have a funny smell, there are no over-priced restaurants all around serving pasta & pizza, no tour agents trying to sell you walking tours either, nor even religious monuments. There wouldn’t be… as this is actually a … 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!
You know you were born to travel the world when the thought of being behind the wheel on an open road makes you heart pump faster. When the sound of a train in motion brings to mind all the amazing possibilities that arise when you’re not stationary in one given … more »
I have written before about the pleasure that is is to travel around Cambodia: the lush landscapes, the constant learning with recent history and, above all, the interaction with some of the friendliest people I’ve been lucky to meet. After we’ve been to Cambodia, I’ve talked with several travelers who’ve … more »
To my disappointment, we didn’t see Yogi Bear when we visited Yellowstone. I guess he doesn’t like the cold weather and, let’s face it, things were pretty icy out there when we headed towards this National Park during our USA road-trip. On today’s photo we feature the Yellowstone Lake, that … more »
Saltier than chips… saltier than beef jerky… even saltier than the sea! This is Salar de Uyuni: nothing more, nothing less, than the BIGGEST salt flat on Earth! Located in Bolivia, Uyuni is synonym with blinding landscapes of intense and seemingly endless white. As the sun shines and reflects on … more »
Rio de Janeiro is, hands down, one of the most naturally beautiful cities we’ve ever set foot on. Going up and down the cable car that connects firm ground with the top of Sugar Loaf Mountain, gives you a good chance to appreciate the coastline and unusual topography that make … more »
How many times does one get to arrive in the middle of a jungle via airplane? Well… that’s what we did in Costa Rica, flying with Nature Air. This local airline operates flights to some of the country’s touristic hot spots. Using some of the coolest looking planes we’ve ever … more »
In a city with so many historical trams, one wonders why Tram 28 (locally known as eléctrico 28) is so famous in the Portuguese capital. It’s not about the tram in itself (they all look pretty much alike) – it’s all about the voyage that it invites you on… Taking … more »
Ladies in the Andes have a very particular style. They look very colorful and feminine, while keeping a very strong attitude towards life. These are tough ladies we’re talking about! Daily routine is harsh in places like the Colca Valley in Peru, where this photo was taken. Sometimes, just like … more »
Some years ago, we did a road trip in Oman. Actually, that was our very first trip abroad together and you can watch a video of those adventures here. We took a 4×4 and decided to make the roads and off-roads of this Middle Eastern country our own. Apart from … more »