Monument Valley has always been one of my absolute favourite destinations in the US. When I was younger, I became enthralled by it when I saw a photo of it on a calendar in my best friend's parents' house (long before it became a default feature in Windows photo folders) and my brain whirred into… Continue reading That Time We Were Trapped In Monument Valley
It was pitch black, and we were cooking sausages on a broken barbeque and failing absolutely miserably when it happened. We were camping a few miles south of the Grand Canyon, our next stop on the Great American Road Trip, and the place was deserted save for a couple of parked up campervans. "Hey guys,… Continue reading Hikes, Sunsets and a Crazy Camping Adventure at the Grand Canyon
We were in no rush to leave Zion, which meant we could meander slowly towards Page, in our sixth state of the road trip, Arizona. Page was another repeat visit for me, but last time I was there, we took a walk to the now Instagram-famous Horseshoe Bend and took a quick dip in Lake… Continue reading Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend: The Gems of Page, Arizona
Ten years ago, I embarked on a journey that I suppose in some ways changed my life. The trip itself wasn't particularly life-changing, but I made friends who I still have to this day. It was my first real "independent" trip, even though I was on a tour with twelve other people, all my age… Continue reading Ten Years On: My Travel Diary From Trek America!
My first solo trip abroad was, like many of my travels, unconventional. To start with - I was leaving my partner at home to work in the USA over the summer. After working, I'd be exploring New York City, my first time in a city by myself, before hitting up Canada and staying with a… Continue reading #tbt Summer 2008: Living the American Dream