Faust of Dalmases and Sandra Salvadó, some hobbits that we left years ago of our Region with the curiosity to peek at new experiences. Our path has brought us to Mexico, we are Caribbean hobbits.
We have been sharing more than half of our lives, we met at school with 15 years and we have always been great friends. Our first big trip together was by train in Scotland and England, stopping in Amsterdam and Paris, I remember being 21 for a photo where I go out pointing my years with my fingers. It was the 1993 year and we came back unbearable from how good we had it. There are things that have not changed since then, and it's not the clear physique 😉
Over time we did not lose the passion and curiosity for the trip, something we always get along with. At the end of the 2003, 10 years after the interrail that marked us and many other trips, we left our beautiful Barcelona, in a period that gave us a playground as a second university for one year and three months: a one-way ticket Nepal took us to tour part of Asia with the camera and backpacks, which returned full of experiences that expanded us.
And we keep accumulating experiences for the backpack of living and carrying the camera on our shoulders, that's the passion.
It was during the trip through Asia that we decided to continue walking around the world, so we looked for possibilities to work in a foreign country, which took us in 2005 to the Dominican Republic, and in 2007 to Mexico. This meant we started working in the tourism sector, where we did not find much passion for travel but we did have the necessary experience.
Living as a foreigner in another culture is a much deeper and intrinsic type of journey. In the Yucatan Peninsula we have found our home, we feel this land as our home. Living in another culture is still a great motivation and university for us, the trip always continues.
Since the 2017 year we made it more difficult and decided to set it up on our own, so here we are stuck in this wonderful adventure of working on our illusions. We usually say that this work is the reflection of our traveling soul united to the knowledge and love for this land and its people.
The fact of continuing to learn, lived experiences and loved ones are the great treasures that always go in our backpack. With desire to continue sharing the path of living. Better good than bad, right?