This girl looks indeed very beautiful and photogenic. But there is a story behind her smiley face. On Sundays, in the Andean market of Pisac, kids and adults dress in the most traditional of local outfits and pose with little baby alpacas or llamas. They look so “typical” that tourists … 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!
Viscacha’s are little rabbit like creatures, also known as the Andean rabbit. We were walking around Machu Picchu and were close to a bunch of french tourists when this one and two others showed up. They scampered around like crazy, on top of rocks, under cracks and crevices, and to … more »
These are the walls of the sun temple at Machu Picchu. They’re a real wonder because the Incas managed to carve the stones into perfect shapes without any iron tools. The stones are also fit together without any cement/clay and 500+ years later are still the way they were initially … more »
While canoeing in the Amazon river looking for pink dolphins our little motor ran out of fuel. Not being able to paddle upstream we stopped at this friendly fisherman’s boat. He and his family were busy netting their catch of the day. September 5th 2012 was an amazing day in … more »
We met this Abuelo (Grandpa) up in the mountains of the Colca Valley, in Peru. We were sitting on the bench next to his, in the town square, waiting for a ride to go to the next village. I switched to his bench, which was under the shade of a … more »
The amazon river snakes along the belly of South America. Home to millions, if not billions of plants and animals also known as the lungs of the earth. This is a view from the middle of the amazon river, we were on a boat looking for pink dolphins and witnessed … more »
She lives in a village in the middle of the Amazonian jungle, in Peru. Her hometown has 94 people and it’s strangely called “Centro America”. The people of Centro America live with a sense of community rare in the world now-a-days: Centro-americans have their own plantations, but everybody helps their … more »
Huacachina, next to Ica (Peru) is the only oasis in South America. Nestled in immense golden sand dunes that can take up to one hour to climb by foot, you find a lagoon that completes the picture-perfect oasis, just like those one sees in the movies… plus the touristic oriented … more »
The Chauchilla Cemetery near the city of Nazca has some very well preserved remains of it’s original inhabitants. This lady died in around 600 AD but once you pass away, your hair and nails continue to grow – as is evident from this photograph that we took over there. The cemetery lies … more »
Traveling around Latin America has truly made me wonder how the rest of the world lives without vibrantly colored buildings. In most city centers, be they in Mexico, Cuba, or Brazil – you will find buildings in a multitude of colors. Why live in grays when you can live in … more »