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!
The incas liked to build their cities at high altitudes – as is evident from the famous Machu Picchu. Pisac is a small town about an hour outside of Cusco and boasts some pretty impressive ruins! The ruins at Pisac sit atop a high mountain and overlook the entire valley … more »
That Salar de Uyuni is Southern Bolivia is a beautiful place, that we already knew. If you don’t, just check the latest photo of the day, and you’ll see! Naturally, such a beautiful place is bound to inspire lovers to show their affection for each other. And that is, no … more »
Read: Exploring the Atacama desert with Grado 10, part 2/4: Altiplanic Lagoons Because we are hardcore kind of travelers (and you probably know that by know) on the same day as the Altiplanic Lagoons tour, we decided to go on an afternoon tour to Cejar Lagoon too. Actually, it’s a … more »
The amazon river snakes along the belly of South America. Home to millions, if not billions of plants and animals also known as the lungs of the earth. This is a view from the middle of the amazon river, we were on a boat looking for pink dolphins and witnessed … more »
Floripa, short for Florianopolis, is an island off the coast of Brazil. It’s a big city but has some very idyllic locations. Sunset by the bay is a romantic experience and the views are amazing! The prawns there are chunky and delicious!
Easter Island sunsets are absolutely spectacular. Sitting plonk in the middle of the pacific it’s no wonder that the sunsets here are picture perfect! What’s even better is that on this day, right at this place, while watching the sun set over the horizon we realized that we were in … more »
Gili Air is a tiny Island off the coast of Lombok in Indonesia. It’s a beautiful little unsustainable chunk of paradise. The Island measures about a kilometer from end to end and has developed some huts, restaurants and other tourist facilities. There is no drinking water on the island and … more »
In Puerto Natales, we’re around 53 degrees south of the equator so the sun is never directly overhead. What this means is that the world is bathed in a soft wonderful light, a true photographer’s delight! The sun always looks like it’s either rising or setting. It comes up a … 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 »