How does your day look like? Everyday around the world there is a different scenario. Here is a look into the lives of some people I’ve come across with…
In a public park in Beijing, socializing for this group of elderly men and women means getting together to play cards.
These ladies work in a silk factory in China. Part of their everyday is to measure the amount of cotton silk inside each comforter. Maybe you’re even using on of them :).
In one of the hotels in Thailand, this girl is making the best papaya salad. The food… one of the reasons I keep on coming back to Bangkok.
I did not know there were street vendors in places outside of Asia. This is in Istanbul… and this guy really knows how to make a delicious kebab sandwich.
I will never forget how this guy played the TITANIC theme song in his violin. I’m sure he made the visit of someone in Paris extra memorable… just like he did mine. Here he sat by the stairs at Sacré-Cœur Basilica in Montmartre.
Everyday at 7pm the world seem to stop at Disney Land Paris as everyone line up to witness the Disney parade. Amazing how it brings back the child in each one … i guess even an 80 years old. 🙂
Note to self: How fun could it be to dress up like your favorite Disney character everyday??? and even more fun to see the excited kids cheering and the smiles of people watching … must be priceless.
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