We saw this little kid in a village near Siem Reap. He was walking and I tried to click his photo but, to the contrary of most local kids, he wasn’t interested in smiling and posing for the camera. I thought he was just shy, but then I realized he … more »
Santa’s little present
Andean ladies sure are strong! While tourists like us are huffing and puffing due to the lack of oxygen at high altitudes, they trudge along, babies and all, onwards and upwards! The mountain way of carrying babies is quite interesting. The little ones get wrapped in a cloth and then … 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 »
With my red cap, I’m going to rule Peru!
If you liked yesterday’s photo of the day with the little Andean girl and her apple, here is another kid we met in the same colectivo ride, just a couple of KMs ahead. She definitely stood out by wearing a different cap from all of the other girls. She looked … more »
Don’t touch my apple!
Sometimes, while traveling, you plan a lot how to get to do adventurous activities, go to new places and experience exciting things. Some other times, you just jump into a colectivo (small shared vans that work as buses) and have the time of your life chatting to locals and people … more »