School season is starting again and many kids complain about it. It’s important not to forget that, in some parts of the world, school can be a hard-won luxury.
Going to one of the most remote schools in the world in Gulu, China, takes 5-hours and you have to use a 1ft wide path that surrounds the mountain.
These kids go to school climbing on unsecured wooden ladders. This takes place in Zhang Jiawan village, Southern China.
In order to get to school on time, these kids have to travel through the Himalayas, in Zanskar.
Pupils go to school crossing a damaged suspension bridge, in Lebak, Indonesia.
These kids have a harder time. They have to fly 800m using a steel cable 400m above the Rio Negro River, in Colombia.
Pupils using canoes to go to school, in Riau, Indonesia.
Kids in uniform traveling through the forest across a tree bridge, in India.
This little girl from Myanmar rides a bull in order to get on time to school.
In India, these kids ride Tuktuk (Auto Rickshaw) to assist to class.
During the winter in Dujiangyan, Sichuan Province, China, kids have to cross a broken bridge in the snow to get to school.
These kids go to school traveling on the roof of a wooden boat in Pangururan, Indonesia.
These school girls from Sri Lanka use a plank to get to the other side.
Pupils using a boat in Kerala, India.
Schoolchildren leave school riding a horse cart in Delhi, India.
Students cross the famous Ciherang River using a makeshift bamboo raft, in Cilangkap Village, Indonesia.
These kids have a dangerous 125-Mile journey to a boarding school through the mountains, in Pili, China.
In Indonesia, these pupils walk on a tightrope 30 feet above the river.
In the Philippines, these elementary school students cross the river every day using inflated tire tubes.