Tag: america

San Diego: California’s Best Known Secret

San Diego: California’s Best Known Secret

I know it’s been a while since I update my blog but my last ever January exams(!!) got in the way. Things are back to normal now though so I thought I’d kick off this year’s travel posts with a post about my experience in […]

What it’s really like on a Trek America tour

What it’s really like on a Trek America tour

Here’s my review of the Westerner 2 BLT tour by Trek America: I’m not really sure where to begin with this review as I found every moment of this two week trip to be wonderful, (and one blog post will not do it justice), so […]

NYC (again) {part 2}

NYC (again) {part 2}

This is the second part of my NYC on a budget post. You can read part one here. Enjoy 🙂 The Highline– A park in Chelsea built on an abandoned railway line high above the greatest city on earth. What more do you want from […]

NYC (again) {Part 1}

NYC (again) {Part 1}

After camp I was lucky enough to get some more time to spend in my favourite city, with some new friends, before flying out to Los Angeles. The camp directors gave us all money for train tickets into the city and since we’d be there […]

New Jersey- Cakes and the Big Apple

New Jersey- Cakes and the Big Apple

Have you ever watched the show Cake Boss about Carlo’s bake shop in Hoboken, New Jersey? No, me neither. I first heard about it from a girl at uni just before I flew out to the States but to this day I still haven’t gotten […]

Square dancing in the USA

Square dancing in the USA

Nothing screams rural America more does it? As one of our staff socials we had a square dancing teacher and his wife (who ‘DJs’) come to camp for the night. They guy was in his 80s and had been doing this as a hobby since […]

A Weekend In Boston

A Weekend In Boston

   Friday 07/31 We left on our three and a half hour road trip to Boston at around 7- after dinner- on Friday night. I really wasn’t looking forward to the drive up there but it actually turned out to be pretty awesome; we had […]