Delhi has no mercy. It is a city that covering you in dust will make you rub your eyes, as if they should be wide open to observe all the scenes that it presents everyday. Whether it is to show you something good or bad, India tends to be very … more »
These two young boys were messing around and fighting with each other in a playful way when they saw us passing by and clicking photos of their town: Pisac, in Peru. They changed their face expression to look like “good boys” and asked us to take a photo of them. … more »
On a balmy Sunday in Acapulco these kids sit on the beach and watch the sun setting over the bay. It’s been a great day at the beach, parents sipping mojitos and taquitos for themselves. This day should never end!
Road tripping around Oman a couple of years ago, we went off road to the top of a mountain were we came across the people of a tiny village. These place had about 4 or 5 houses almost at the edge of a cliff that led to a canyon where … more »
Read part 1/2 of this article here! I celebrate today my 11th day in Bangladesh, and in a couple of days I would be celebrating my second year in Dubai. Time flew by for my Dubai stay, but the eleven days I have spent here in the poorest of all … more »
We’ve been traveling continuously for more than 6 months and meeting these kids in Lake Tana, Ethiopia, is still one of the highlights of our travels. With zero inhibitions and a passion for raw fun, they stripped off their clothes, rolled in the mud and jumped into the lake as … more »
Ever wondered why kids in the mountains have the rosiest cheeks ? Well, it’s because of low oxygen levels in the upper atmosphere. The body is forced to produce more red blood cells – HELLO ROSY CHEEKS! They’re still very cute though :)