This past week I reunited with my friends from University on the southern coast of Espírito Santo. We were around Guarapari for three days, than four more in Vila Velha and a day-trip to Vitória. We had loads of fun despite the weather – even managed to give my first try at surfing, which I really enjoyed and plan on carry on learning. Continue lendo “Espírito Santo Roadtrip”
“Just Humans… Being” is a series done by my great friend Paul Archer. He takes portraits of people and ask them “What is it to be Human?”. Paul is a photographer from London, UK and is currently working in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. I’ve had the opportunity to start working with him a bit lately and it has been one of the most enjoyable learning experiences I’ve ever had. This picture was taken while we were playing around with a camera at his studio, below it is my answer.
After two weeks (I think) in Bolivia we crossed the border into Peru to make the most of the last days of our trip. At least the most our money would allow us to. Our first stop was in Puno, the Peruvian side of Lake Titicaca.
After three days of pure laziness in La Paz we left for Copacabana, a small city by the Bolivian side of the Peruvian border. In between these two countries is the highest navigable lake in the world, Titicaca and our goal was to go to it’s main island Isla del Sol.