The untamed beauty and untouched wildness of the Scottish Highlands was something we didn’t expect to love quite so much. These were our favourite moments.
Life in Nicaragua is incredibly diverse. There is no one defining ‘way of life’. These are the lives we saw, somewhere between the city and the surf.
In Cuba, life is lived on the pavements, in the open for all to see. Here are the people we met in the streets, lost for hours with our cameras in hand.
Stray a few blocks from the centre of Trinidad and you will uncover an entirely different world. Colourful and quiet cobbled streets to explore for hours, camera in hand.
In the depths if the Indio Maiz jungle we found a world far removed from our own, where a ten-year-old boy is a hunter and protector from deadly snakes and a twelve-year-old girl fishes daily for the evening meal. These are the people that invited us into their homes and allowed us to be a part of their intriguing lives.
Although most of our time in California was spent on the coast, our favourite spots were discovered while road-tripping in our 1970’s Chevy van, Shelley. From Big Sur to San Francisco and further inland to Yosemite and Death Valley National Parks, this country was made to be driven, and we absolutely loved it.
For us, exploring French Polynesia was all about the landscapes, the surf and of course discovering the magnificent marine life of the big blue. Our days revolved around our time in the water, eating baguettes and poisson cru and exploring the dramatic scenery around every corner of the islands.