People at work

One of the best things about travelling is that we get to see how the rest of the world lives. People fascinate me; even when I’m at home, I love sitting in cafes just to check people out.
People-watching becomes even more interesting when you’re travelling but after some time you realise one thing: that although you expect someone from the other side of the world to be different, the reality is that we’re pretty much the same.
Trishaw driver in Hanoi, Vietnam. First thing I wondered was how old he was.


Fruit vendor in Hanoi. The dragon fruits look gorgeous


We met this guy, who calls himself RaRa Superstar, on Venice Beach, LA. He told us he divides his time between Italy and the US depending on the time of the year. What a life!


Ooh, don’t they look pissed off! This was in Bali.
These three, especially the women, are the grumpiest Balinese I’ve ever seen.


Hotdog seller in New Orleans


A woman selling bananas at the Tonle Sap near Siem Reap, Cambodia.


Yum. Just in time for the New York City Marathon!



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