Yo! We making a music video on the streets of Valdivia, Chile! We were walking around the streets of Valdivia and since it was Sunday there was a pretty nice Sunday market next to the Calle-Calle river. The market had fresh fruits, fish, the biggest mussels and much more! But … more »
From Mexico all the way down to Patagonia. That’s the plan and we want you to join us!
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We were huddled up near the fireplace sipping hot tea. The window glass was ice cold. I stepped out, camera in hand to take this picture. The temperature was -2 degrees celsius, the moon was peeping out from behind the clouds. I hurried back in to warm up near the … more »
No, that’s not a typo. We spotted this really nice cottage in Chiloe Island. The city of Castro on Chiloe is full of cute little houses like this one. Most of the buildings in Patagonia are made of wood since it was observed that wooden structures had the best seismic … more »
Take a stroll around Santiago de Chile’s picturesque streets with Santiago de Chile: half city, half graffiti wall! part 1/2. In this second part, we take a look at some political inspired graffiti found in Chile‘s capital city. (click i for captions)
The sea lions in Valdivia are very different from the ones we saw on the Galapagos Islands. To start with, they’re about 3 times the size. Also, the males seem to be more aggressive and owing to the cold south pacific currents, end up being quite furry! That’s where the … more »
Santiago de Chile‘s neighborhoods are decorated with plenty of colorful graffiti. If you live in a neighborhood were this is a common means of expression, such as Barrio Yungay or Barrio Brasil, and you want to protect your house’s facade from graffiti youngsters that don’t know what they’re doing, the … more »
Apparently there’s an artist in Chile, who goes by the name of Ram. I wonder if he’s Indian. Well, that would definitely be blasphemy in India, even though there are plenty of people with that name! But his art is an ode to love, and who is to stand in … more »
One of my favorite things to do when arriving to a new city is to just walk around and get a general feeling of the place. A lot of people, with similar intentions, take bus tours, but I think they are not ideal. Taking you from hot spot to hot … more »
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 »
Tamarindo, Costa Rica is all about contrasts. The streets are dusty and rutted, and the town’s full of tourist and souvenier shops, but the beach is one of the longest in Costa Rica. We were in Tamarindo for over a month, and got to know Tamarindo’s hidden charms (and its warts, … more »