One of the highlights of our drive down Highway 101 was a detour that we took through Redwood National Park in California. On our way down from Florence to Eureka, we ended up stopping many times to take pictures with these massive giants! The California redwoods are so old and … 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!
We’re currently spending some time in Lisbon, one of my favorite cities in the world. I remember when we visited Macau last year how funny it all felt to me: it was like my body was in Portugal while my mind had been transported to China. The blend of Portuguese … more »
Selling vegetables at the market in India seems to be a tough job. No wonder this fellow in today’s photo decided to take a nap while his colleague would do all the work at a subji stall in Sarojni Market, New Delhi. Markets in India tend to be as busy … more »
Ho Chi Minh city in Vietnam is always abuzz with activity and motorbikes everywhere. The confusion and chaos present on the streets rivals Chandni Chowk in New Delhi. But it takes stepping out of the busy main streets to end up in a parallel world where life is relaxed, quiet, … more »
As I travel around the world and meet new people I often hear the name “Cristiano Ronaldo” as, perhaps, the only personality from my country that people know now-a-days. Before it was Figo, now it’s Ronaldo and, who knows, in a few years, another football player. As Portugal isn’t all … more »
I’m posting photo of the day from Valenca do Minho, my hometown in Portugal. Right now it’s deep into the night, really humid and the temperature is close to 0°C. This means 2 things: the heater is pumping close to my legs and I am looking at photos from sunny days … more »
This is Montana! You see endless ranches flowing over hills and dales, cows grazing in open spaces and the absolutely pristine American countryside. There’s a little road snaking along and you see magnificent clouds descending so low that you could almost reach up and touch them. We were driving from … more »
Peace begins with a smile, Mother Teresa No matter where you go, don’t stress out if you don’t speak the local language. Some things are universal and, amongst those, a friendly smile is probably the most recognizable and warm way two people can communicate, no matter where. Photo … more »
Best known as Hạ Long Bay, this is quite probably the most famous and touristic landmark in Vietnam. Translating into “descending dragon bay”, this is a place where beautiful landscapes, myths, legends and village life-style come to meet. There are about 2000 islands and islets in the bay, making boat … more »
This drawing summarizes quite well my wishes for the new year. I hope for a world where we see each other as equal, no matter where we come from, what we look like, where we live or what we own. We saw this drawing in a kids’ exhibition in the … more »