Every national park in the US is different. They all have things that are unique about them. What’s unique about Glacier National Park is it’s pristine alpine beauty. Being out of the way and in the corner of the country (Glacier National Park is along the US-Canadian border) means that … more »
They say that a picture is worth a thousand words.
In this section we share with you visuals from our travels around the world.
So come back for more honest photos and see how beautiful the world truly is!
As one of the most famous attractions in Arizona and the whole of the USA, Grand Canyon is indeed quite impressive. Quite often, people think that the Grand Canyon is the biggest canyon in the world. Although that spot is reserved for a canyon of greater proportions in Tibet, there … more »
Spotted on the side of a whole foods store in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. We were on our way to the beautiful Grand Teton National Park and stopped to pick up some absolutely delicious bread! The Jackson Whole Grocer definitely had some fine stuff in their aisles! Jackson itself is a … more »
We spent the last few days in and around Glacier National Park. The central road of the park is called the Going to the Sun road. It’s absolutely stunning! We weren’t fortunate enough to drive the entire 50 mile stretch (the road is closed due to snow!) but we did … more »
We drove today from Salt Lake City to our lodge, the Heart Six Guest Ranch. It’s about halfway between the Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, USA. The drive here was so beautiful! We stopped many times to take pictures, and this picture is one of … more »
In arid Arizona, cacti abound! In fact, there are nurseries around Phoenix selling potted plants such as this one. Well, the range starts from cactus smaller than this one and you can get cactus that is 10 feet tall as well! It’s pretty standard home landscaping fare in the American … more »
Our trip to the Grand Canyon was surprising! We spent a few days at Flagstaff, a beautiful little city in the Coconino county up in the Colorado Plateau. We were amazed on our drive from Las Vegas to Flagstaff because the scenery changes so much! From the dry and arid … more »
When driving from Las Vegas to Flagstaff, we decided to take a longer route through the historic route 66. The road isn’t a multi-lane highway and the journey is a bit longer, but it’s well worth it! You will pass through Indian reservations, scenic little towns and even get to … more »
Driving in the USA is quite an experience. The scenery changes rapidly and quite drastically sometimes. As you drive from Flagstaff in the mountains near the Grand Canyon towards Phoenix, lush pine forests will give way to canyons greened by rivers which will eventually bring you to red rocky mountains … more »
If you’re starving… head to the USA! This country serves the most massive portions of food we’ve ever come across in 5 continents! For instance, this “slice” of carrot cake! Served by a cowboy inspired diner in Route 66, Arizona, this thing would be enough to feed an entire family! … more »