Easter Island is one of the most remote locations in the world. You can only access it by sailing across the south pacific or by flying from Chile or Peru. The flight is 6 hours westward and you finally end up on a tiny island, right in the middle of … 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 heading to Portugal in 3 days and it’s going to be super exciting! The weather is going to be great (last time we went in winter) and we’re going there for a wedding! This picture was shot in Cascais two years ago, a wealthy town about an hour outside … more »
Last year we took the Nariz del Diablo train, a historical train route that was constructed by Jamaican slaves brought to Ecuador back in the 1700s. As the town is at a high altitude, the construction was incredibly challenging. They had to blast the hillside using dynamite to lay down … more »
We visited the Tian Tan Buddha (Big Buddha) in Hong Kong. When you visit this area on Lantau Island, you can take a walk down the Wisdom Path which has 38 scriptures etched on wood. Hong Kong is a pretty modern city but walking down this path through the forest … more »
Precariously stacked up in New Delhi, waiting to be collected or sold. Hopefully there’s no strong breeze because these trays look like they could take flight. India is possibly one of the few countries in the world where you can buy eggs a piece. Due to the large number of … more »
It’s New Delhi, the mercury’s hit 45 (113 for our American friends) and there are no customers because no one wants to venture outside. He looks left, he looks right and decides that this is his opportunity. It’s actually a good thing that he doesn’t have to pedal in this … more »
On 5th June, Zara’s birthday we spent the entire day at Disneyland. We had such an amazing day and ended our day with two awesome shows, the first was Fantasmic in Disneyland and the other was World of Color in Disney California Adventure. Both shows were tremendous and the whole … more »
It was a cold and cloudy day but we were determined to head to Grand Teton National Park anyway and boy, was I glad that we did! The Tetons are truly majestic as they rise over 7000ft above the valley floor. The park is wonderful, tons of hikes, lakes and … more »
During our road trip in the US, we always preferred to take the longer more scenic route. Basically, you always have a choice between taking the expressway or the older roads that go winding through picturesque towns, forgotten villages, and more. We always chose the latter. So when we drove … more »
Las Vegas is a weird mix of extravagant, odd and funny. I remember having the most surreal feeling when we came out of the show Absinthe in Las Vegas one night. Not only this show was happening inside a circus tent by a grand Roman looking building (Ceasar’s Palace), right … more »