Tag: traveling

Hiking And Hostelling In Yosemite National Park

Hiking And Hostelling In Yosemite National Park

*This is a retrospective post about a trip I took in summer 2015 as part of a Trek America tour which you can read about here* The bracing wind hit my Vegas hangover like a freight train, but the sight in front of me more […]

A Sunset, A Pizza, And A Blindfold- My Trip To The Grand Canyon

A Sunset, A Pizza, And A Blindfold- My Trip To The Grand Canyon

*This is a retrospective post about a trip I took in summer 2015*   We clambered out of the van in the parking lot but only made it to the welcome sign before our tour guide, Lilly, pulled out a blindfold for each of us […]

20 Quotes To Fuel Your Wanderlust

20 Quotes To Fuel Your Wanderlust

The weather’s been a bit miserable lately, hasn’t it? I don’t know about you but It’s making me want to just jet off to somewhere hot and exotic and never come back! That’s a little bit difficult to do at the moment, though, as I’m […]

Salvation Mountain: A colourful desert masterpiece

Salvation Mountain: A colourful desert masterpiece

Salvation Mountain is a tribute to God located deep in the Southern Californian desert. It was home to Leonard Knight (he sadly passed away in 2014) who had no gas, electricity, running water, heating (not that heating was needed on the day I visited. It […]

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 […]