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New York – New York City pt. 2

Day 4 – Arts and Sunset After a weekend of socialising and decadently indulging in some of the finer things the city has to offer, it was time…

New York – New York City pt. 1

I’d been living in the U.S for a little over a year, and I still hadn’t visited New York City (or ventured to the East Coast). I decided,…

California – Mendocino

As is usually the way, plans for a free weekend are started on a Wednesday, which means that options are slim as more organised people have already made…

California – Pinnacles National Park

Having visited many of the nearby areas to San Francisco, it was time to try and visit somewhere a little bit different. Both previous times I’d visited Big…

California – Road Trip ‘19 – Big Sur

Leaving the heat and emptiness of Death Valley behind, we passed through the small town of Baker. Mostly unremarkable, other than a completely larger-than-life Mad Greek Café –…

California – Road Trip ‘19 – Death Valley

We retreated to the air-conditioned comfort of the RV as we made our way out of East Sierras and into Death Valley. I was well aware that it…

California – Road Trip ‘19 – East Sierras

The next morning, I felt surprisingly sore from the hike up to Glacier Point in Yosemite, but the plan was still to do an even longer (though significantly…

California – Road Trip ‘19 – Yosemite

Last year, my friends and I booked a motorhome with a goal of driving around some of the top sites in California, including Yosemite, East Sierras, Death Valley,…

Texas – Houston and NASA

It had been a great week at the Meraki Engineering offsite at Hyatt Lost Pines just outside of Austin, but I still had a few days before my…

Texas – Austin and Surrounds

I had a former manager once tell me that Australians are basically Texans with British accents. Having never been, and not really knowing any, I couldn’t really argue…