The United States is an incredibly large country, with so much to see, do and experience, especially in the west coast states. One of the greatest things about the west coast of the United States is the pretty dramatic change in landscapes and vibrant cities that are not just on its shoreline but the whole of … 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

1.) Key West: Tropical Paradise! Stunning sunsets, beautiful beaches and the origin of the amazing Key Lime pies! The US is pretty lucky to have Key West (in my opinion) as it’s like having a tropical holiday destination right where you live (though I know this pretty far to travel for most people in the country … Continue Reading

Pike Place Market is a public market in Seattle that is quite popular for a number of reasons. Not only can you get some of the best quality produce here but you can also stop by for some well needed nourishment in a whole host of nice quaint little restaurants with amazing food. One meal … Continue Reading

Seattle is one of my favourite American cities. It reminds me of Edinburgh in the UK in a lot of ways – not in terms of the architecture or anything else fairly obvious – more in terms of the vibe of being in a city that’s big enough that you don’t feel claustrophobic, yet small … Continue Reading