This is us, looking at what tomorrow’s Photo of the Day is going to be! It shall be magnificent! This picture was taken by our friend Ayush who came to visit us in Santiago! We’re heading to Puerto Montt tomorrow and then to Chiloe Island. After that, it’s going to … 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 our last day in Santiago de Chile… we’re leaving! Not on a jet train, but on a bus, making our way down South in the longest country on Earth, Chile! We have a ridiculous amount of amazing things to see and do in the upcoming weeks, including the … more »
One of the most touristic spots in the capital of Chile is a hill called “Cerro San Cristobal”. This place is the Chilean (smaller) equivalent to Christ the Redeemer hill in Rio de Janeiro. On top of the hill, a Virgin looks out to the city. Although the signs read … more »
Victor Jara was a chilean teacher, poet and musician. He was captured by the Chilean military forces in September 1973. His hands were crushed and ribs broken. After his hands had been crushed, he was mocked by the military to play the guitar for them. Later, he was killed by … more »
Walking around Santiago de Chile is a treat for the eyes! Colorful graffiti abounds, carrying messages about the story of the city, the stories of Santiago’s working class heroes, and much more. There are also some distinct style patterns that are emerging in Santiago’s graffiti and we’re wondering what these … more »
Singapore is a feast for the senses! This is the kind of city where you don’t need to have a specific plan to keep you entertained. Just walk around soaking up the contrasts between traditional and modern, and that will induce some thinking about where things come from and where … more »
Spotted in Salvador da Bahia, in Brazil, this cross represents what has happened to many believers around the world, including me. I am not sure what’s the intention behind this monument but for me, it represents the collapse of religious belief. When I was a young girl, I thought God … more »
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. If it’s true that we already knew that before we started traveling, it’s also true that now that we have more time, we dedicate more attention to this meal. Don’t forget to eat well first thing in the morning… … more »
During a 60Km bike ride attempt in Banos, Ecuador, we came across this orange juice stall that helped us coming back to life! The board on top of the green structure read “Stop suffering! Recharge your energies“. The orange juice man was squeezing away like I have never seen before. … more »
While in many countries you will see people having coffee on the go on paper cups, that is a rare sight in Portugal. Pausing to drink your coffee is a ritual taken quite seriously (and quite often) by Portuguese. We drink coffee to start the day and, at mid afternoon, … more »