Friday, 14 March 2014


Going through my photos from last 2,5 years travelling, I decided to put some of the children photos together and see how they are in different countries...Unfortunately I´m not gonna see most of them ever again, so this is all I have.

Isla del Sol, Titicaca, Bolivia
Islas flotantes, Titicaca, Peru
Islas flotantes, Titicaca, Peru
Aguas clientes, Peru
The Amazon
On a cargo ship in the Amazon
Lake Tota, Colombia
Salsa moves. Aracataca, Colombia
Concepcion, Chile
Near Cuenca. Ecuador
Atacames, Ecuador
My party team in Quito

Quito. Ecuador

Sucre, Bolivia
Crying over Chavez´death. MaracaiboVenezuela
They all got free laptops. Caracas, Venezuela
Parque Mochima, Venezuela
Isla Pedro Gonzalez, Las perlas, Panama
Isla Pedro Gonzalez
Las Perlas

Little Giovanni, Santa Catalina, Panama
Panama city
He looked so sad...Xiahe
Xiahe, China
Tibetan kids doing their homework
Xinjiang, China
Xinjiang province, China
Xinjiang, China
Baby trousers in Xinjiang. Just like that! I almost bought a pair as a souvenir...
Yuntai, China
Cameron Highlands, Malaysia
Melaka, Malaysia

Parit Buntar, Malaysia
Parit Buntar, Malaysia
Banaue, The Philippines
Banaue, Philippines
Sabang, Palawan, The Philippines
Sri Lanka

Kandy, Sri Lanka
Ella, Sri Lanka
Lombok, Indonesia

Ou Pou, Marquesas
Pacific Ocean
Mahini, Tuamotus
Ua Pou, Marquesas

Nuku Hiva, Marquesas
Little sailor Antoine
My little prince
French Polynesia
Moorea, French Polynesia
Ready for church. Vava'u, Tonga
Istanbul, Turkey
Random "sevillana" in Vardzia, Georgia

Learning how to walk. Turkmenistan

Near the border with Iran, Turkmenistan
Turkmenabat, Turkmenistan
Turkmenabat, Turkmenistan
Samarkand, Uzbekistan
Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Osh, Kyrgysztan
Orphanage near Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

Kyoto, Japan
New Zealand
They are all just kids, doesn´t matter where they were born! And they all need love! 
Even if you don´t have enough money to help, I´m sure you have time then...Talk to them, give them a lollipop, teach them a few words in your language, play with them...Just to bring a smile on their faces is worth the effort..

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