Nestled on the East Coast of the United States, Washington D.C. is a capital city that’s perfect for a first-time visit to the east coast. This special city is home to many amazing sights, from the home of the United States’ President to delicious food, historic national monuments and old colonial sites. If it’s your … Continue Reading

Whenever I think of Washington, I think of lush green forests, the gorgeous city of Seattle, and, of course, snow-capped mountains that seem to go on for days! This incredible wilderness absolutely defines this Pacific Northwest state for me and indeed was one of the main reasons why I really wanted to visit. With all this … Continue Reading

Seattle was the very first city (the very place full stop) that I visited in the US and as such, it’s a a place I hold a very soft spot for. Visiting other US cities and travelling across the US for weeks on our road trip further confirmed that this soft spot I had for … Continue Reading

No doubt, if it’s your first visit to the northeast of the United States, it’s likely you’ll dive right into some of the firm favourites of New York City, Niagara Falls and Washington DC, which are all incredible places to experience (there’s no doubt about that) but, and it’s a big but, there is so … Continue Reading

First things first, Florida is one huge state! Coming from Europe, it’s sheer size can be something of a surprise and indeed trips from places like say Key West (down South) to Orlando (which is kinda in the middle), can take about 7 hours to drive – if you do the drive non-stop. The flip-side of … Continue Reading

New Orleans is something of an assault and a delight to the senses! Colourful streets, delicious food, amazing street parties and brilliant music are just some of the things this city is famous for but one thing that always remains with anyone who visits is how unlike any other American city New Orleans is. The … Continue Reading

The US isn’t just the big ol’ sights of NYC, Las Vegas and Miami… its vast size and incredible diversity means that one side of the country can look and feel very different from the next. Of course, the US is much more than the cities too, from the likes of Monument Valley, Yellowstone National Park … Continue Reading

One of my favourite things about the US is the absolutely stunning natural beauty – something that you can find in pretty much every state you visit however they don’t come more dramatic and more beautiful than in Yellowstone National Park. Famous for being the world’s first national park (it was established back in 1872!), … Continue Reading

Known around the world for its tropical beauty,  dramatic volcanoes, and chilled island life, Hawaii is a Pacific paradise that just can’t be ignored. There are so many fantastic things to do in Hawaii, from snorkelling and surfing along its beaches, to hiking volcanoes. There are so many fantastic things to do in Hawaii, from … Continue Reading