When travelling on a budget I often find myself restricted by the cheapest travel days and times. On my recent American West Coast Tour I found myself restricted to two nights and just one full day in Portland, OR. “You can’t see a whole city in a day!” I here you say, and okay I… Continue reading Portland, Oregon in just ONE day!
The year is almost over and it seems like a good time to reflect on what has been an epic year of travel for me. In no particular order here are my top 15 travel moments from 2015: 1- Riding Western Having ridden horses in English saddles since I was 6, becoming a cowgirl and… Continue reading Top 15 Travel Moments of 2015
This is the first post of a few I hope to write offering advice to other travellers based on my own experiences. During my time in America I travelled via greyhound buses several times to and from several different places. Below are seven tips to help you survive your own solo greyhound journey! ~ 1-… Continue reading Travel Tips: Travelling solo on Greyhound Buses
The most common question I’ve been asked since returning from the States is “Where was your favourite place in America?” and I answer the same every time, hands down it is Nashville, Tennessee. Nashville may hold a special place in my heart forever because it was my first solo trip, but it was also number… Continue reading A Weekend In: Nashville, Tennessee
Spending a year in Indianapolis, less than a three hour drive from ‘America’s 3rd city’, there was no way I was going to pass by an opportunity to visit Chicago! It actually took me almost the entire year to find a suitable weekend but it worked out really well in the end as I went… Continue reading A Weekend In: Chicago, Illinois
Part number 2 of my USA series goes out to one of my hidden gems, the Californian capital of Sacramento. When I first booked my West Coast summer trip I included Sacramento purely because I didn’t want to spend too much time in any one place and I knew it was a state Capitol. However,… Continue reading Sacramento, California. USA