Better Late Than Never; Finishing Up In New York

Before setting out on our 7 month adventure, there were 2 stops I was looking forward to most, one was a place I’ve always wanted to go and knew I’d love as soon as we got there. That was New York. The other was Tokyo, which was brilliant too.

Three Nights in Washington DC

The main attraction to Washington for most visitors are the memorials & parliamentary buildings. If that’s what your looking for then this is the place to be! We spent the whole of our first day trying to see them all.

The Windy City, Chicago

Still hungover from our night out in Vancouver we landed in Chicago and managed to find our hostel in Greek town, John’s face immediately lighting up at the sight of all the kebab shops around. Surprise surprise we were too early to check in so once again we dumped our bags and wondered into the…

San Francisco, So Much To See & Do

After our few days experiencing the lights and madness of Vegas it was time to hit the hilly city of San Francisco. Unable to check in we quickly dumped our bags at our hostel and headed out to explore.

Welcome Back To Las Vegas, Nevada

Well. After a calamity of a journey which will go down in the history of our trip as the worst bus journey EVER, we eventually made it to Las Vegas, almost 13 hours late for part two of our Las Vegas experience.

Walking in Memphis

It was finally time to visit the home of the blues and the birthplace of Rock n Roll! Memphis, Tennessee. Also home to that singer you may have heard of, they call him the King. For 3 nights we partied with the best of them!

In Dallas, Real Cowboy Country

After a somewhat monumental 35 hour bus journey from Vegas (it should have been 30), we finally made it to Dallas, and having not made any real plans we would leave quite surprised.

Las Vegas, Part One

After an eventful bus journey with Greyhound we finally arrived in the magical world of Las Vegas. Some of the hotels on the strip are quite reasonably priced so we treated ourselves and stayed at the very top of the strip in the Stratosphere.