hi everyone!
we created this blog so we can share our experiences in this 2008 journey
around the world.
hope you enjoy it and feel free to comment with whatever comes to your mind!

lotsa love
ana & bruno


24 Responses to “about”

  1. 1 Luis January 28, 2008 at 10:47 am

    Gracias por compartir vuestro viaje. Las fotos son
    ¡sed felices y adelante!

  2. 2 100%poliesther January 28, 2008 at 7:36 pm


    London is cold….
    India is hot…

    What a life!



  3. 3 cintia February 2, 2008 at 7:45 pm

    miss yaaaa twoo!!!! impresionante las fotoos!!! quiero una casita asiii! un besooo Peace and love!


  4. 4 jaime February 4, 2008 at 3:58 pm

    Hola Bruno & Ana,

    Que buena pinta de viaje, ya lo tenía sobre papel pero en las fotos me muero de envidia!! disfrutar al máximo de esta experiencia!!

    Saludos desde BCN

  5. 5 Daniel"Sirilo" February 9, 2008 at 9:03 pm

    Brunão e Ana,

    Muito boa sorte nessa viagem, posta muitas fotos para eu e todos curtirem junto com vcs!

    Abração se cuidem se precisarem gritem!


  6. 6 jaime February 11, 2008 at 5:15 pm

    Chicos sigo con esa envidia 😉 aunque he cogido aire este fin de semana subiendo un par de picos en el pirineo y bajando con snow unas palas de leyenda (esto te gusta Bru!!!) ahora estoy en la ofi…
    Disfrutarrrr y no paréis de enviar fotos, a uno le alegra el día ver estas fotos de otra cultura colores y aromas.


  7. 7 cati February 12, 2008 at 10:03 am

    Hola Bruno y Ana, que alegria tener noticias vuestras !!!! Qué imágenes tan estupendas, se os ve de maravilla. Envidia mas sana…

    Yo acabo de llegar tambien de la India pero en la costa opuesta, la Chennai, Pondicherry, Madurai…, tus fotos me transportan alli rápidamente, sus gentes, sus olores, el color, su filosofía de vida…

    Por aqui se os echa de menos pero visto lo bien que estais y con estas fotos que nos acercan a vosotros, …seguir disfrutando.

    un beso con cariyno
    Cati Balcells (Koan)

  8. 8 maty February 17, 2008 at 8:28 pm

    Hola chicos !

    Buenisimas las fotos.


  9. 9 daniela March 7, 2008 at 1:38 pm

    Hello Ana Cris and Bruno,

    The pictures are really nice. WE WANT TO SEE MORE.

    I have three loose teeth. Marco knows how to wave bye now. He’s 9 months tomorrow.

    We love you. Bye.

    Daniela, Marco, Mama, and Papa

  10. 10 Johan March 9, 2008 at 6:47 am

    Eagerly awaiting photos from Sri Lanka…

  11. 11 jaime March 11, 2008 at 10:28 am


    you are back with this marvelous photos ;-), there is just one I see bruno working with the camera!, any way this trip you are dong looks as a long term vacation, trekking, biking, surfing… you two look very happy !!! thanks for this beautiful images and keep having fun on your trip!

    Best from BCN

  12. 12 daniela March 12, 2008 at 1:50 pm

    We love the photos.

    My favorites are of Ana with the baby elephant and the puppy.

    Keep having fun.

    I miss you!!!!!


    Daniela and Marco

  13. 13 Beeftah March 13, 2008 at 5:32 pm

    Sorry guys… i know it’s taken so long to leave something but i have been looking at your photo’s and been so jealous that i’m not there to play with the elephants and grow a beard!!! Hope you’re keeping clean, looks like anna’s getting a bit smelly…. take some photo’s of weird food for me….. peeez out

  14. 14 Mérit July 6, 2008 at 2:54 pm

    Namaste didi and dai!
    Good to hear from you/see you! It all looks wonderful what you’re doing/seeing. I just had a look at your jomsom pics and I think I want to go back there…In holland everything is fine. Busy with finding a nice job. Next week Rosi and I are going to a lecture of Martijn about his projects. At last we’ll meet him 🙂 How was you’re interview? Got some nice stuff for your book? Keep enjoying! x Mérit

  15. 15 Rui Sousa July 8, 2008 at 7:24 am

    As fotos estão lindas! Faz as pessoas sonhar com as diferentes possibilidades de vivencias que temos à escolha por este mundo fora. Continuação de uma excelente viagem.

    ps-manda alguma foto de surf quando tiveres!

  16. 16 agata July 26, 2008 at 7:10 am

    anitaaaaaaaaaaaa!!! per molts anysssssssssss!!!!!!!
    por dónde paras, bandarra???
    espero que estiguis passant un GRAN dia d’aniversari!!!!

    31 añitosssssssssssssss!!!!

    muà muà muàaaaaaaaaaaa

  17. 17 Shawn May 28, 2009 at 8:17 pm

    I am taking a one month trip through Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand…maybe Laos, and stumbled across your page through my vacation research. I must say, I have spent the better part of my afternoon in the office admiring your page. Your pictures are beautiful, your trip looks amazing!


  18. 18 Chang October 28, 2009 at 5:44 am

    Nice web ;-))))) I live in Bangkok , but i ll move to work in Cambodia soon !!! Anyplan to visit Bangkok ??
    I work with advertising agency ;-)) Love your pics

    • 19 bruno October 28, 2009 at 8:05 am

      hi chang, thanks for ur comment =))
      cambodia is such a great country, you’re gonna have a great time!
      would love to go back to bangkok soon, but right now its not in our near future plans!

      all the best


  19. 20 Michael McGlynn March 16, 2010 at 11:20 pm


    I would like to use your image of a Cambodian Stilt House in an academic journal article that I am writing. Would you grant me permission to do so?

    Thank you

  20. 21 yaroslav January 28, 2011 at 7:57 am

    Hi Ana and Bruno!

    I read your report about Annapurna trek: https://anabruno.wordpress.com/2008/05/07/

    You mentioned somewhere that it was quite cold at nights in the tea houses. Say, what month were you there? Curious, cause I’m going to trek there this autumn, October or early November.

    • 22 bruno March 27, 2011 at 4:16 pm

      Hi Yaroslav, sorry for my late response….
      We were in the Annapurna’s in April, which is the warmest/driest season I believe.
      It does get cold at night, specially when above 3000 meters. During the day as long as you are in the sun its quite warm….
      The guest houses are prepared for the cold, they give you tons of blankets!
      Heating in the guesthouses beyond 3000 meters is scarce, because there aren’t many trees to get the heating fuel from…
      However they usually have a fireplace where you can warm up, dry your clothes and talk to fellow trekkers about your adventures =)

      Have fun!


  21. 23 Eva February 23, 2011 at 8:12 pm

    Olá Ana e Bruno,

    Antes de mais muitos parabéns pla viagem simplesmente fabulosa que decidiram levar a cabo …. fiquei deslumbrada com as escolhas de destinos e com as fotografias ..
    Gostava de vos perguntar qual o modelo da maquina fotografica que levaram convosco, uma vez que estou a pensar em fazer uma viagem semelhante.

    Beijinhos e Safe Travels,


    evamarisa@ hotmail.com

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