Sergio Camalich 11046
Currently based in Hanoi, Vietnam
Mexican Web Designer, Front-End Developer and Travel Blogger for The Arcae Project.
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Tây Hồ, VietnamTây HồVietnamThe face of Hanoi completely changes as the cold weather sets in and, with it, a foggy veil that adds another layer of beauty to the scenes around...Hanoi, Hanoi, VietnamHanoiHanoi, VietnamWe're the result of the waves we've set in motion throughout the years. -- Pictured: A man fights Hanoi's summer heat with a refreshing dip in one...Hanoi, Hanoi, VietnamHanoiHanoi, VietnamThe more I discover Hanoi, the more impressed I am of its size and amount of development going around throughout the whole city. Oi gioi oi!Hanoi Old Quarter, Hanoi, VietnamHanoi Old QuarterHanoi, VietnamA veteran Vietnamese officer making sure chaos doesn't ensue during his night watch in Hanoi's Old Quarter.West Lake, VietnamWest LakeVietnamHow beautiful is Hanoi and its oh-so-many layers! Hard not to fall in love with it.Barranca del Cobre, Chihuahua, MexicoBarranca del CobreChihuahua, MexicoHere's to remembering that the struggle all women face, everywhere in the world, is worth more than a handful of roses every so often. A change of...Temple of Literature, Hanoi, VietnamTemple of LiteratureHanoi, VietnamExploring Hanoi's beautiful Temple of Literature.Cascada Cusarare, Chihuahua, MexicoCascada CusarareChihuahua, MexicoIsolated houses dot the Copper Canyon landscape, where local Tarahumara families seem to enjoy having their own space.Cusarare River Sierra Lodge, Chihuahua, MexicoCusarare River Sierra LodgeChihuahua, Mexico20km outside of Creel, we arrived at the tiny town of Cusarare, where we found this lovely lodge. With no electricity, phone signal or internet...Barranca del Cobre, Chihuahua, MexicoBarranca del CobreChihuahua, MexicoDivisadero is home to some of the nicest views along the Copper Canyon and a mandatory stop for anybody riding El Chepe.Barranca del Cobre, Chihuahua, MexicoBarranca del CobreChihuahua, MexicoAt every stop along its route, Tarahumara women gleefully approach El Chepe, hoping to sell their handmade crafts, traditional foods and medicine.Barranca del Cobre, Chihuahua, MexicoBarranca del CobreChihuahua, MexicoStunning landscapes are a constant all along El Chepe's route.El Fuerte, MexicoEl FuerteMexicoOnce on board of El Chepe, there's nothing better to do than hang next to a window and enjoy scenery rolling and changing from a desert landscape...El Fuerte, MexicoEl FuerteMexicoPeople standing in line as El Chepe—the only passenger train in Mexico—arrives to El Fuerte, Sinaloa.Dong Da Lake, Hanoi, VietnamDong Da LakeHanoi, VietnamThis panoramic photo captures perfectly the way life has been feeling since I started living in Vietnam—between modernity and tradition.hội cựu chiến binh, Sảng Tủng, Vietnamhội cựu chiến binhSảng Tủng, VietnamAs the day kept coming to an end, people started to come back from the fields and walk along the curvy roads leading back to their houses. The...ha Giang, Cao Bồ, Vietnamha GiangCao Bồ, VietnamEarly morning in Ha Giang—capital of the namesake Vietnamese district and gate to the most beautiful area in the country.Hanoi Botanical Garden, Hanoi, VietnamHanoi Botanical GardenHanoi, VietnamA man rests on the steps that lead to a small pagoda located inside Hanoi's Botanical Garden.Hanoi, VietnamHanoiVietnamAfter so many rainy days, sunny sunsets in Hanoi feel delightful.Khu bảo tồn thiên nhiên đất ngập nước Vân Long, Ninh Binh, VietnamKhu bảo tồn thiên nhiên đất ngập nước Vân LongNinh Binh, VietnamRowing traditional boats through the Van Long nature reserve.
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