The Statue of Liberty is the perfect example of how the USA sure knows how to market its country and everything that is produced in it! Not wanting to undermine the statue and its historical meaning, I must say that a first visit to this iconic construction can be quite disappointing. After … more »
The United States of America and Canada.
Even though Mexico is indeed North-America too, for the purposes of this site it has been listed under Latin America.
Where’d you go? I miss you so!
Magnolia Bakery in New York City has to have the most DELICIOUS cupcakes ever! We used to eat their cupcakes in Dubai and well, couldn’t resist when we saw them in New York City. We’re suckers for the authentic experience!
Yes we can!
When we spotted this lady in Chicago’s Wicker Park area, we headed straight for her. Unfortunately, it was Sunday afternoon and the place was closed. Sad that we couldn’t donut that day. Well, maybe another day :)
All Black Yin Yang
Spotted in the ‘Hipster District’ of NYC. Yup! Williamsburg! (Brooklyn) Don’t miss the all black yin yang sharing it’s positive energies with the all black trash bags. Totally hipstamatic! ;)
Breakfast Around the World
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And us travelers know that, starting the day with the right combination of food and drinks, can really make a difference on your level of energy to make the most of your time! Trying different cuisines from around the world, is … more »
North America, here we come… again!
While most people avoid transit when taking flights, we are more than happy to do stop overs. Transit is a perfectly reasonable excuse to spend some time in new and old beloved places! After about a year, our Latin America adventure is coming to an end and we … more »
Arizona: harsh climate, tough mountains, indisputably beautiful!
Two weeks ago, my roommate, Mary, her dog, Finnegan, and I packed ourselves into her car. Mary and I occupied the front seats. Finn occupied the backseat and the cargo space, along with our backpacks and the numerous add-ons one has to carry when traveling with a dog. The three … more »
What’s wrong with U.S.A. tourists?!
Traveling across Europe, the Americas and Asia I have met travelers from many nationalities, but the majority has probably been from the USA, particularly around Latin America. US Americans have quite a culture of traveling (young and old), doing gap years and backpacking. US American tourists have been labeled as loud … more »