Category: Photo Essays /p. 3

How I traveled Oaxaca

One of my goals with this blog is to show people how I travel, the routes I take and the budget for all of it. After almost one month traveling through it, Oaxaca will be the first country/state to have a full overview of everything I did and how I did it. The Route During my 24 days in… (continue reading)

An afternoon in Kino Bay

Kino Bay is a small beach town located less than an hour away from the capital city of Hermosillo, Sonora. Since it is not very developed, this makes it the ideal weekend escape from the city, where you can enjoy the desert, the beach and everything that comes along with it. That’s why I didn’t want to leave… (continue reading)

Hermosillo at a glance

Hermosillo is the capital city of the mexican state of Sonora, south to Arizona and the second biggest state in Mexico. Known for being one of the hottest cities in the world, as it is located on a big desertic area, it is also home to gorgeous women everywhere you see, lots of great food and the… (continue reading)

Quick trip through the route to the Sierra Sonorense

If you ask anyone what’s the first thing that comes to their mind when they think of the mexican state of Sonora, they’ll surely say one of the next few things: Heat, desert or carne asada. Sure enough, that’s what best represents my home state, but there’s also a whole other world if you travel deeper into the… (continue reading)

Mexico City’s downtown at night [Photo Essay]

Since I moved to Mexico City, I’ve been fascinated by all the crazy and amazing things you can find downtown. From it’s wonderful mix of Colonial, Art Deco and Modern architecture to all the regular characters you’ll find along the walking street of Madero, you’ll always find something new to be amazed by. Plus, if… (continue reading)

Walking to Machu Picchu [Photo Essay]

In december of 2012, I decided to make a two week trip to Peru with the main purpose of reaching Machu Picchu before New Year’s Eve. After a little research, I decided to do the famous Inka Jungle Trek, a lighter version of the Inca Trail, which includes biking down the Andes, passing through several… (continue reading)

Photo Essay: The contrasts of India

I’ve always thought that saying that a country is a “country of contrasts” is SO cliché that it’s not worth saying it anymore, but this time I do have to tell this and I believe that anyone that as ever been to India will agree with me: India is the country of contrasts, by excellence…. (continue reading)