As my Mom often says: “the big fish always ends up swallowing the small fish“. I’ve got to confess I hate that saying (not to the most positive message out there, right?) but when I saw this car inside a taxi in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Mexico, I couldn’t help but thinking … more »
I have said it before, and it’s true: India is the most photogenic and photo friendly country I have ever been to. Not only people don’t mind if you click their photo, they are generally happy and even make themselves available as a subject. The other day, walking and clicking … 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 »
Cuba is a land of shortages and contrasts. But what there isn’t a shortage of, is pure style. Cubans like to dress up, go out and party! They also like to take their dogs with them. This furry friend of ours was spotted in Havana, taking a ride in his … more »
One of the most wonderful sights that you will feast upon in Rio de Janeiro is Christ the Redeemer – blessing the city from his perch atop a mountain. He enjoys a wonderful birds eye view of the entire city. This is a privileged spot and it’s only fair to … more »
The Aztecs drank a drink very similar to Tequila called octli/pulque. Tequila has been mass produced in Mexico since the year 1600.
They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. This is where we will write a 1000 words – every day. Here’s a photo we took in a market in Madrid, to start you up for now!