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 How much money do I need for a 16-day US roadtrip?
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 A wonder of nature; The Grand Canyon
Yes, it's a monotone view and yes, it looks about the same in every picture, but still, the view on the Horseshoe Bend was one of my favorites of my entire trip. I can't quite put a finger on it why it left such a big impression on me, but it's just such a beautiful place which… Continue reading Why the Horseshoe Bend is definitely worth a detour
I think I have already made it clear over the past few posts about my US roadtrip that we had a very tight schedule. For the highlights, we of course made sure we had plenty of time, but for the less known places we often only got time for a few viewpoints. That was also the… Continue reading Three quick stops around Lake Powell
Many of the canyons we visited while in the USA were mostly large views that stretched out in front of us for ever and ever. In a few of those we went on a hike to experience being in the canyon, but in no other canyon you get the feeling of being in the canyon… Continue reading Beautiful light and sand everywhere at the Upper Antelope Canyon
I don't think I'm the first person to blog about the Grand Canyon, and I'm definitely not the first to write a post about a helicopter flight over the Grand Canyon. Yet here I am. Just because I want to convince everyone who isn't convinced yet that if you can, you have to fly over that… Continue reading Why flying over the Grand Canyon is a must
April 30, 2016. D-Day. The day I was –finally- boarding a plane to go scratch off the #1 on my travel bucket list; the South-West of the United States of America. To say I was excited would be the biggest understatement in the history of understatements. In sixteen days, we’d travel through four of America’s states: California,… Continue reading How to start planning your South-West USA roadtrip: my itinerary and tips