For countries as big and rich as the United States, it’s easy to assume that everyone here gets to eat well. While it’s true that most people in the United States have access to plenty of food, the quality of food varies incredibly. We’ve experienced this ourselves in our travels … more »
USA & Hawaii
How to open a US Bank Account as a Tourist / Non Resident
A lot of business happens in the USA. As the largest economy in the world, this comes as no surprise. If you work with US businesses, chances are, they would want to pay you through local methods. Some businesses might be setup to use Paypal or International Wire Transfers, but … more »
Want to come for a drive?
This is Montana! You see endless ranches flowing over hills and dales, cows grazing in open spaces and the absolutely pristine American countryside. There’s a little road snaking along and you see magnificent clouds descending so low that you could almost reach up and touch them. We were driving from … more »
So who’s really rich in Hollywood?
While walking around Hollywood we saw some really big beautiful mansions. The kind you see in lifestyles of the rich and famous. Then again, we were right where the rich and famous live! These folks love keeping dogs, many dogs. It’s wonderful because the dogs get to live in these … more »
USA’s National Parks on a budget!
During our West Coast road-trip, we planned to visit several National Parks to immerse ourselves into something else rather than just cities in the USA. As we were driving the entire coast, from Seattle to San Diego, and still making it to some other states like Wyoming and Arizona, there … more »
Small Town America
While driving through small towns and villages in the USA we decided our road trip needed a little bit of Country Music. I was never into this genre as such but let’s face it, just like a movie, a journey is not complete without an appropriate soundtrack. Someone was … more »
Dejavu Travels in New York: part 1/2
New York, concrete jungle where dreams are made oh There’s nothin’ you can’t do Now you’re in New York These streets will make you feel brand new Big lights will inspire you Let’s hear it for New York, New York, New York (Empire State of Mind, Jay-Z) After spending … 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 »