Our flight to Punta Arenas, one of the most Southern cities in Chile and in the World, was a great intro to the freezing but beautiful time we had down there. Sometimes people pay great amounts of money for aerial tours and some other times you just get lucky 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!
In the middle of the Atacama, the only thing that the wind can rustle, is the texture of the sands. Welcome to the desert!
When you go around Rapa Nui (aka Easter Island) you might think that the locals would only honor their male ancestors. Truth is that the Moai statues resemble masculine features, very serious ones, but there were also some female Moais found in the island and one of them is safe … more »
The Atacama desert is one of the best places for star gazing. Step out at night and you’ll find yourself confronted with infinite diamonds in the sky. I used to think that I was good at spotting constellations. Well, not anymore! The sheer number of stars confounds me! This is … more »
This is the Licancabur volcano, visible from all over the town of San Pedro de Atacama. The volcano’s last eruption date is unknown however there are some interesting stories behind the history of this mountain. Part of the volcano lies in Bolivia and the summit lies in Chile. There is … more »
Welcome to the Atacama Desert! The driest place on planet earth. The environment is totally inhospitable but the views are mesmerizing! The desert air is so dry that your lips get chapped the moment you step out into it. However, the combination of vast barren desert and snow covered Andean … more »
Easter Island sunsets are absolutely spectacular. Sitting plonk in the middle of the pacific it’s no wonder that the sunsets here are picture perfect! What’s even better is that on this day, right at this place, while watching the sun set over the horizon we realized that we were in … more »
There is a very strange phenomenon that takes place with street dogs in Chile. Firstly, Chile has the largest number of street dogs we’ve seen in all of South America. Secondly, they love making friends! There’ve been numerous occasions when we’re walking around that a furry friend will take a … more »
Beware of falling coconuts! You couldn’t name a better place paradise. Anakena beach on Easter Island is a crescent shaped beach flanked by palm trees and statues of the ancient Moai. With soft white sand and falling coconuts, adventure is within reach!
Iorana means “greetings” in the local Polynesian language of Easter Island, aka Rapa Nui. Today we went around the archeological sites of the island to only realize that the whole land is an open air archeological ground. You can find Moais like these all over the place. The Moais are … more »