Guest Post: How to Explore the United States Without Going Over Budget

If you have adventure coursing through your veins, the worst thing you can do is let your budget hold you back. You want to see it all, but you don’t want to take out a second mortgage to do so. You’re not alone. But the good news is that you…

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USA: Best Places to Visit, That Aren’t NYC, on the East Coast

Looking for a new place to visit on the East Coast besides New York City? Look no further. Though the Big Apple receives most of the attention when it comes to East Coast cities, there are endless options for tourists to visit. With a rental car, GPS, and an adventurous…

USA: 5 Reasons to Spend at Least a Day in Monterey Bay, California

I did mention Monterey in a blog post I published last year – 5 Great Towns for An Overnight Stay along the Pacific Coast Highway. However, I do not feel that the short write-up in that post really did the fantastic little city justice. Therefore I have put to together…

North America: 5 Destinations That Must Be Seen!

North America has no shortage of views, from epic mountain vistas to desert sunrises, to the vast rolling lands of the fertile Midwestern plains, and along tens of thousands of miles of shoreline, its richness of beauty beckons people from all across the planet. Spanning from the Arctic Ocean to…

USA: 5 Things You Need To Be Prepared For When Visiting Yosemite National Park, California

Yosemite National Park had been a dream of ours for years. I, in particular, had drooled over photographs of the stunning scenery on numerous occasions wishing I could see it up close for myself. So when we started planning our California road trip it was a no brainer that we…

USA: Meet Me In St. Louis, Missouri

Founded in 1764 by fur traders Pierre Laclède and Auguste Chouteau, St. Louis was named after Louis IX of France. During the 19th century, St. Louis emerged as a major port on the Mississippi River, and today it stands as the United States’ third-busiest inland port.

USA: El Paso, Texas Travel Guide

El Paso, Texas is located on the border of Mexico and the Mexican city of Juarez. It also shares a border with the state of New Mexico and is the westernmost city in Texas. The city is proud of its culture and climate, and boasts that it’s sunny more than…

USA: Surfs Up – How The Internet Can Help Your California Dreamin’ Come True

A visit to California is a something that appears on 99.9% of traveller’s bucket lists, and it’s not hard to see why. The western U.S state isn’t only a wonderful destination blessed with incredible experiences at every turn, it’s also a location that plays a prominent role in American culture…

USA: To Texas!

There are lots of stereotypes associated with the state of Texas. You know the kind of things I’m on about – cowboys, rodeos, deserts, and country music! Sure, some of those stereotypes hold true, but there is also so much more to this awesome state. Want to discover Texas for…

USA: Touring America? Here Are Some Unmissable Spots to Visit

If you haven’t been to America yet, then it’s probably time to go and visit this magnificent and wonderful country. With 50 states and countless cities to visit, there’s a lifetime of fun, discovery and wonder to be had in America. There are iconic landmarks such as the Statue of…

USA: The Lesser Travelled States

When people think about going to America, they usually have the more frequented states in mind. New York, Florida, California – these are all the places that seem to get our vote. We’re looking for a city that doesn’t sleep, a beach of our dreams with the theme park to…

USA: The Unique Travel Ideas You Can’t Afford to Miss

North America is one of the most interesting and varied locations in the world. Not only is it home to some of the greatest cities on the planet, but it also has some of the most interesting natural landscapes as well. There’s a variety that can’t really be found anywhere…