Today’s photo is going to prove to you that no matter where you look and how you click in Havana, your pictures will always be striking! That’s just what happens when you’re in a really picturesque place. Havana takes you back to the 60s. To a different time with different … 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!
Winter last year was actually summer. We spent a lot of time in Mexico, Costa Rica, and Cuba. All equatorial nations where summer and winter don’t really exist. Spending a great day at the beach during the northern winter sure feels liberating! Here’s a tribute to those wonderful days when … more »
Magnolia Bakery in New York City has to have the most DELICIOUS cupcakes ever! We used to eat their cupcakes in Dubai and well, couldn’t resist when we saw them in New York City. We’re suckers for the authentic experience!
These giant cactii in the Uyuni salt plains grow at 1cm per year. This particular specimen is about 9m tall. That means it’s over 900 years old! It’s amazing that these plants can live for so long in such harsh conditions. High altitude, burning UV rays, low oxygen levels, extremely … more »
…NAP! Animals on the Galapagos Islands will show you what good living is all about. They spend their mornings getting their fill and the rest of the day plays out at a leisurely pace. Naps are extremely important! Year long sun and pleasant weather. Cool mornings followed by hot afternoons. … more »
On a balmy Sunday in Acapulco these kids sit on the beach and watch the sun setting over the bay. It’s been a great day at the beach, parents sipping mojitos and taquitos for themselves. This day should never end!
When we spotted this lady in Chicago’s Wicker Park area, we headed straight for her. Unfortunately, it was Sunday afternoon and the place was closed. Sad that we couldn’t donut that day. Well, maybe another day :)
The incas liked to build their cities at high altitudes – as is evident from the famous Machu Picchu. Pisac is a small town about an hour outside of Cusco and boasts some pretty impressive ruins! The ruins at Pisac sit atop a high mountain and overlook the entire valley … more »
Andean ladies sure are strong! While tourists like us are huffing and puffing due to the lack of oxygen at high altitudes, they trudge along, babies and all, onwards and upwards! The mountain way of carrying babies is quite interesting. The little ones get wrapped in a cloth and then … more »
Spotted in the ‘Hipster District’ of NYC. Yup! Williamsburg! (Brooklyn) Don’t miss the all black yin yang sharing it’s positive energies with the all black trash bags. Totally hipstamatic! ;)