As we drove through Freedom, Wyoming towards the Grand Teton National Park we came across several tiny cowboy towns with relics from the good ol’ days of American road tripping. These little gas tanks still work! It’s amazing how well preserved they are considering how old they look. We were … more »
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Even though Mexico is indeed North-America too, for the purposes of this site it has been listed under Latin America.
Travelers Rest Lodge, in East Glacier, is a great place to stay at while visiting Glacier National Park in Montana. This is a fairly off the beaten path part of the USA, and only those who truly wish to explore the wonders of nature contained inside this park, which belongs … more »
I’ve been meaning to write about this for several weeks but the sense of relief (of getting the visa) was too overwhelming and I didn’t want to ruin it by remembering the infuriating behavior of the Consulate General of India, San Francisco. So last we wrote about this, we were … more »
There’s something particularly charming about visiting a beautiful place off season. I mean, specially when it comes to a natural landscape, who’s to say what’s on or off season? Something happens all year round anyway! We went to Glacier National Park, in the border between the US and Canada, right … more »
This is the kind of place I would love to go back to one day when we have kids. Heart Six is a beautiful collection of wooden cabins inside the ranch, in the most privileged of locations in Wyoming. The view of the surrounding snow-capped mountains you get … more »
When you think of Las Vegas, you probably picture the famous strip at night. Extravagant hotels, crazy constructions resembling famous architectural wonders from Paris or New York that are hard to ignore and, of course, the crowds ready to party! This is what Las Vegas looks like before dark: just … more »
We started this collaborative series taking a voyage around Asia, exploring popular destinations such as Thailand and the Philippines, and going to others less known yet very interesting, such as Kyrgyszstan. After Asia, we moved onto Africa & The Middle East to mingle with the locals, experience raw landscapes and wildlife, … more »
As we drove down Highway 101 in the US towards California, we passed the picturesque sea side town of Bandon, Oregon. The waterfront is pretty quaint with little shops and cafes. You can opt for a fresh seafood salad or settle down for some wicked clam chowder! We walked around … more »
As our tour of San Francisco’s best hostels continued with Hostelbookers.com, we went on to experience USA Hostels. We had stayed at USA Hostels Hollywood before, so we knew good things were coming our way. As we entered USA Hostels, a sticker reading “Hostelbookers loves it here. So will you!” … more »
During our days in the Bay Area’s king city, San Francisco, we were lucky enough to team up with Hostelbookers.com to explore the local hostels’ scene. Every since we started traveling, we’ve been using Hostelbookers.com as a reliable source of not only hostels, but other budget properties around the world. … more »