In a small dusty road in the back of a tiny village 15km out side of Oaxaca city Mexico is a small artist workshop of Jacobo and Maria Angeles. While attending the Day of the Dead in Oaxaca city we visited this remarkable art workshop. They are producers of Zapotec […]Read More
Overland travel stories on the trail and from the behind the scenes.
Not only did we think this but we heard it from quite a few tourists we met in Havana on asking why they decided to come to Cuba. Then there is the big attraction … Cuba! The island that was almost in total isolation from the rest of the world for decades. The old cars, the 16th century Spanish styled buildings and of course, the salsa!Read More
Mexican Cowboys and Señoritas. This is not your average cowboy rodeo event. This photo essay captures the drama of the sport Charreria best described as traditional Mexican horsemanship. It’s a fast paced sport packed with action and passion. According to some folk, Guadalajara has the oldest lienzo, (arena) and charro […]Read More
That stunning song Alicia Keys performs so well make me think of New York every time I hear it. Elsebie has been to New York, or Manhattan a few years ago for work. I have never been there but the song for me makes me think about scenes of old […]Read More
Every year on November 1st and 2nd Mexico explodes into a festival of colours and celebration – Dia de los Muertos or the Day of the Dead. It might sound a bit bizzare and morbid for the typical Westerner but it is in actual fact over a thousand year old […]Read More