A young girl on the ferry to the Hon Tre island. On her mother's arms and leaning over the window, she stares fascinated at the sea... probably her first boat trip.
Sukhothai is a city in the north of Thailand halfway between Bangkok and Chiang Mai. The new city is located 12km from the ancient ruins of what was once the capital of the Kingdom of Sukhothai.
My trip in North Thailand hasn’t been long enough to explore deeply all the area. I've spent the most of my time on the North West around Mae Hong Son district.
Bangladesh Trains: you can get a seat whereever you want.. just use your immagination. Somehow there is space for everyone, don't worry.
Thousands of visitors travel to Amritsar every week from all over India to visit the Golden Temple... but not only for the sacredness and beauty of the place, but also for the incredible and admirable work that you is behind this by now from 400 years.
I’ve been already three times in Thailand, and every time i get a bit disappointed about this Country. In my opinion it’s really overestimated. I mean, don’t misunderstand me, it’s not too bad, but it has became so much bloody touristy, that my interest on this Country is very low by now.
At the lively shipyard in Dhaka hundreds of people cross the river everyday, perhaps to make shopping to the local market near the shore. Here, noise, dirt, and chaos are the main characters.
One shot from the crazy railways in Bangladesh.. at the moment the situation looks unusually calm and orderly. Almost a rare photo considering the normal chaos that reigns here daily.