How much money do I need for a 16-day US roadtrip?

Now that I’ve informed you all over the past few months about everything we’ve done on our US roadtrip, it’s probably also time to discuss the price tag that came along with this holiday. Same as with Cuba, I had a budget in mind before departure. This time, I was looking at around 2500 euros I... Continue Reading →


A wonder of nature; The Grand Canyon

Considering the tragic events earlier this week, I'm sure the desire to go set foot in America has decreased a bit. At least for me it did. But I still don't want to keep you from one of the best things about that country; the wonder of nature called 'Grand Canyon National Park'. They always say... Continue Reading →

What if the Tioga Pass is closed?

The Tioga Pass. It's a name my dad and I will forever remember for the trouble it has caused us. The Tioga Pass (State Route 120) is the mountain pass in the Sierra Nevada Mountains which is usually crucial for roadtrippers. It's the shortest route from Mammoth Lakes area to the entrance of Yosemite National Park... Continue Reading →

Monument Valley vs Valley of the Gods

Almost every traveller heading to the South-West of the USA will try to include Monument Valley in their travel route. And with a reason; it's an amazing place with great sights and wonderful nature. But since everyone is heading there, it can get very crowded which immediately makes it all a little less magic. But closeby, there is... Continue Reading →

Big, bigger, biggest, Las Vegas

After an already tiring day with some last viewpoints in Zion National Park and hikes in Valley of Fire, we arrived in the city of Las Vegas around 3pm. A bit earlier than originally planned. And thank god for the extra time because driving on the motorway along the city already made our eyes bulge.... Continue Reading →

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