At the end of April 2015, I landed for the very first time at Tehran airport. An open door to a new experience, to new discoveries, entering this country from which every traveler I always heard that had been, came back...
Through that decade I’ve been fascinated by people’s livelihoods, always making time to stop, observe, and document them in photographs. From Amritsar border guards and Agra blacksmiths, to Zanzibar fishmongers and Zambian miners.
We in the west rarely see these people...
2 bags, 45 days, 9 countries 21 cities , 8,200 KM . The journey of my life.
I decided to leave everything to know the world; leaving my school before the holidays , sell my business and devote myself to travel and...
I somewhere read that there is two type of people. One type sits at home and dreams about doing crazy things and the over is the people that do them. I imagine that I am the second one.
Everyone has seen the typical postcard shot of Machu Picchu. Many don't realize that there is so much more to this ancient site. I spent an entire day going down into the ruins and exploring every area possible.
Buscalan, Tinglayan, Kalinga - Home Of The Last Tribal Tattoo Artist (mambabatok)
Exhausted from the job I didn't study for, I decided it's time to travel. For nearly a year I slept at friends' places, worked additional hours and sold much of what I owned. On Sept 13th 2011, I boarded on a...
The first time parents took Bodhi camping was when he was only 5-days-old. Later, Bodhi, a 27-year-old mother Shannon (pregnant with the 2nd child), and dad Blake traveled more than 483 kilometers.
I visited Iran in 2012 and I think this amazing country should be in every traveler's bucket list. It is unbelievably easy to get around Iran for independent traveler and this country just has so much to offer.
Here are few photos...
Do you want to play? We did, so we loaded up our backpacks and hit the road in search of an adventure. When we got home I turned our travel footage into a retro video game which is sure fun to...