Walking around Acapulco we came upon this absolutely awesome sand sculpture! The piece celebrates the Day of the Dead in Mexico which is a very interesting festival that is a fusion of European and Native American cultures. The day is meant to honor the dead. In this picture we see … 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!
Today is the last day of 1 year of non-stop traveling. I guess the feeling that this episode is coming to an end won’t truly sink in until we board our planes back to Portugal and India. The bridge in the photo is the connection between Portugal and Spain, in … more »
One could say cars in La Habana are “something else”. But the truth is that they are “the same thing”, just 50 years ago! Roaming the streets of Cuba’s capital city is like traveling back in time. If the architecture is the perfect back drop to create this feeling, the … more »
This might look like a typical scene from rural India, but it is not. The photo was taken while we drove around Easter Island (aka Rapa Nui). Tourists tend to stick to the coastal areas were the famous Moai statues are placed, but as you go towards the inner parts … more »
Cappadocia is a wonderous place in Turkey. Due to ancient geological processes – it has these strange rock formations that look like fairy tale chimneys. Things that are very similar to works by the famous architect, Gaudi. Nature truly has some marvelous creations! Every morning, hundreds of colorful balloons dot … more »
Who said cloudy days are not THE days?! This photo is proof that cloudy days can be as beautiful as sunny, clear sky ones. Mexico is that way: perfect with or without clouds!
That Salar de Uyuni is Southern Bolivia is a beautiful place, that we already knew. If you don’t, just check the latest photo of the day, and you’ll see! Naturally, such a beautiful place is bound to inspire lovers to show their affection for each other. And that is, no … more »
Salar de Uyuni in Southern Bolivia is the biggest salt plain on Earth. When you arrive at the salar, it feels like you’ve landed in a different planet. The endless white reflects the sun no matter in what direction. If you had to walk back somewhere, you’d probably never even … more »
We saw this little girl in the Amazon river. Her Dad was a fisherman which we met while he was catching some fish. We had to approach him to buy some petrol as we were running low in our little canoe and we were supposed to go back to our … more »
This is Plaza Murillo in La Paz, Bolivia. A historical place. This is the birthplace of the resistance against Spanish colonial power in Latin America. On July 16, 1809 Pedro Domingo Murillo famously said that the Bolivian revolution was igniting a lamp that nobody would be able to turn-off. He … more »