Older than the famed Walt Disney World, the Weeki Wachee Mermaids is the brainchild of former World War II Navy Seal, Newton Perry. He took a risk on America’s deepest freshwater … Continue Reading Weeki Wachee Mermaids
America is FULL of museums – From the large Smithsonian’s of Washington, DC …to the imitate museums like the Presidential Library in Odessa, TX …and, then there’s the unusual like the … Continue Reading By far the best darn museum to date
Hoover Dam is one of those overlooked places for incredible structural design. It boasts a time of great luxury, influential design and culture all while peppering fragments of art deco throughout the … Continue Reading Signs of Hoover Dam
It’s probably one of the world’s biggest pop-culture mysteries to date: Who Shot JFK? History unfolded on a bright and sunny Friday afternoon at Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas. … Continue Reading Who Shot JFK?
I have never been so impressed by a hole in the ground. Seriously. Driving from the Grand Canyon en route to Albuquerque, New Mexico, lies the best preserved meteorite crater … Continue Reading Meteor Crater
Driving around Roswell, New Mexico it seems the alien culture is alive and well, but taking a closer look, could the town that was created by an un-explianed event really … Continue Reading Roswell, New Mexico
For years I have always wanted to relocate a camper van! Why? They’re cheap, they’re cheerful and they have everything you need for an EPIC adventure! We landed in Las … Continue Reading Jucy Relocation Vans are awesome!
They’re one of the largest and longest living trees in the world. The giant Sequoia’s can live in excess of 2,000 years! To put it in perspective, they were mere … Continue Reading Giant Sequoias of Yosemite
I’m not sure which came first – Disney World or Yosemite. They both are near mirrors of each other regarding showcasing what’s on offer and moving people around effectively. Disney … Continue Reading Welcome to Yosemite
Okay – so you’re in Washington, DC. You want to do see stuff but without being too touristy. Here’s my top tips! 1. See the monuments at night. Everything looks … Continue Reading Washington, DC – be a tourist without being a tourist
The first time I traveled internationally was to London when I was twenty-one. Sure, I had previous traveling experiences with friends and family but this time I was alone and … Continue Reading Top tips for solo travel
Washington DC is absolutely chockas full of fun stuff to see and do. And, it’s great when you’re a college student or backpacker because pretty much everything in DC is … Continue Reading Space Shuttle Discovery
No matter how a beginner’s guide to a city may sometimes sound redundant and naive, useful advice always come handy. Fortunately, there are a lot of guides online that are … Continue Reading Guest Post: A Beginners Guide to San Francisco
I knew that the Spanish were in Florida ferreting around the jungle searching for the fountain of youth. But, I think they kinda forgot to mention a few things…. Like … Continue Reading I think they forgot to teach me that in history class
America’s a funny place. Land of the free, home of the brave… well, more like Brave enough to eat some of these incredibly feral foods. Like this one right here … Continue Reading Crap American’s Eat
I’m no Disney expert. I don’t have kids, and I’m basically writing it from a 30 something’s point of view who’s been an American expat for ages. But, Disney World is … Continue Reading Disney World