The beaches in Goa (India) can be a place of funny contrasts. They’re located mostly next to villages, where people would traditionally make a living from the land and, mainly, from fishing. But now a days, as the beaches have become a touristic hot spot, some locals have come up … more »
As the sun comes down in the city of Ica, in South Peru, one can appreciate the contrast established between the building rooftops and the desert in the horizon. Just at the border of the city sits South America’s only oasis, Huacachina, that welcomes locals and tourists alike for a … more »
When going to rustic places, many travelers enjoy visiting local markets, where villagers come to exchange their products, sell souvenirs and, generally, get supplies for their daily lives. I believe that markets are, indeed, a great intro to local life: by observing what people sell, buy and use, you get … more »
I took this photo a couple of days ago, when I went downstairs to walk to dog around Dwarka – this is the area we live in New Delhi. This photo is a bit sad. This man works at a small grocery store inside a building complex. I saw him … more »
Riding a boat up the Amazon River, in the Peru side of it, we came across a fairly developed town that the locals call “distrito“. It is indeed a sort of capital town where the things that don’t exist in the villages scattered around the jungle are more likely available. … 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 »
Standing lonely and tall at the edge, petrified like the waterfall it overlooks. It’s freezing, but the water is warm and welcoming. Bubbling up from the heart of the mountain – these hot springs at Hierve el Agua in Oaxaca, look like an infinity pool. Impressive!