Chilean Students

Santiago, Chile, 2006: During the Government of Michel Bachelet , The “pinguin” revolution erupts. Thousands of young secondary students protest for free school transport pass rate all year long. The young student Maria Musica throws a jug of water on Education Minister Monica Jimenez, the … Continue readingChilean Students

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Waiheke Island

At 12 miles long, Waiheke is the second largest island in the Hauraki Gulf, and boasts 83 miles of sparkling coastline and emerald waters. Just a 35-minute ferry ride from Auckland, Waiheke is also the most populated and most accessible of the Hauraki Gulf Islands. … Continue readingWaiheke Island

Mysteryland Chile

There were 3 days and 2 nights of the best show with over 7 different sets of electronic music. Spectacular staging, lighting, screens, laser and fireworks were the perfect ingredients, along with international DJs and artists to enjoy and dance like crazy. Mysteryland is a … Continue readingMysteryland Chile

Downhill and friends

It all started years ago when a group of guys decided to unite their passion for cycling and create a team. Since then every weekend going to the hill in different places of the district. It’s 9 am and a text message it is the … Continue readingDownhill and friends

Street Shop

It’s nine o’clock in the morning and Mrs. Leonor with her sister Donatilla begin their day. For three years they have worked in his business located in Portugal Street in Santiago, Chile. Before, they had a vegetable store for almost eight years on the same block … Continue readingStreet Shop