FOLLOW THE JOURNEY Youtube Facebook Instagram All Photos An aerial view of Palau, a small archipelago country in the Pacific Ocean I visited last year. Most of its 20.000 inhabitants live in the economical hub of Koror that can be seen in this shot Photo taken at: Koror, Palau 3 days ago Kids hanging out on an ordinary day in Palau Photo taken at: Palau Micronesia 2 weeks ago “When I decided to do my Tā moko I wanted it to be exactly the one wore by my ancestors, so that it could tell about who I am as a Maori instead of just being a scribble on my chin Photo taken at: Whakatane, New Zealand 3 weeks ago A kid performing as a Nokondi half man in the Eastern Highlands province of Papua New Guinea Photo taken at: Eastern Highlands Province 4 weeks ago I remember a faint light, casted by the fire from the grass-root houses, being the only guidance for walking around a small village on the highlands at night Photo taken at: Goroka District 4 weeks ago Houses in Papua New Guinea Highlands are really simple and made completely using local organic material. They are almost always surrounded by vegetation, which keeps the air fresh Photo taken at: Goroka District 1 month ago An elementary school in Papua New Guinea Highlands Photo taken at: Goroka 1 month ago Tribal dance demonstration in Papua New Guinea Highlands Photo taken at: Goroka 1 month ago A wild gibbon in the Borneo rainforest. I remember walking for hours in the forest hoping to see some wildlife Photo taken at: danum valley field centre 2 months ago From abandoned Chinese hills to the foggy rainforest of Borneo. I remember looking at this place and thinking about how some places should just to be left alone, free from human presence Photo taken at: danum valley field centre 2 months ago Load MoreFail to load posts. Try to refresh page.