Panama’s most iconic form of public transit is the “diablos rojos,” buses that blare loud music as they zoom down city streets.
The Konyak people were once renowned for decapitating their enemies and celebrating with the skulls. Today, as those customs die off, only a few head-hunters remain.
Mahabalipuram was once a seaside powerhouse of the Pallava Dynasty, filled with spiritual temples and industrial buzz. Now it's at the centre of India's latest surfing craze.