Ryan – Las Vegas

Ryan, where do we start this story. Don't worry ill tell you - a local Las Vegas bar. After working our buts off painting the floors of the van, paneling the doors and creating the cupboards in 40 degree heat we decided we would treat ourselves to some AC and a drink. We drove around... Continue Reading →

Cuba

When you start planning a trip to Mexico everybody will tell you how bad the roads are, well they are perfectly fine compared to Cuba. We know this because we drove from Havana, Cienfuego, Camauey, Santiago then planned on flying back from Santiago but as lucky would have it, it got cancelled three times. We... Continue Reading →

Antelope Canyon & Monument Valley

This blog post is two months overdue, the only explanation for this is that we've been having to many cerveza's and building the van. Antelope Canyon is slot canyon with two levels, we only managed to check out the top level as I wasn't able to climb down the staircase. I had seen images of... Continue Reading →

Grand Canyon & Horseshoe bend

The Grand Canyon takes your breath away just like you would expect, we had been tossing up for months whether or not it was in our budget to fly over in a helicopter. We decided that as our states tour was an 'add on' to our main trip touring from Mexico to Panama we decided... Continue Reading →

Arizona

Arizona you were stinking hot but by far our favourite state we travelled to on our month long trip around the United States. You see a lot of the images of Grand Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Canyon & Monument Valley – none of them do it justice. Prior to the trip we had decided these... Continue Reading →

Las Vegas

Las Vegas has never been a high priority in my travel books as I've always thought you need a lot of money while your there, and of course that's true. Luckily Jake had been before so we decided to only spend one night in a hotel & the rest just outside Vegas in a dispersed... Continue Reading →

Joshua Tree National Park

We got to Joshua Tree National Park quite late at night but managed to snag ourselves a site at the best climbing campsite Hidden Valley! The first thing Jake does when he it hits dusk is build his fire, now you’ll quickly learn that this to Jake is like a pissing contest with all other... Continue Reading →

Big Sur and Sequoia National Park

After leaving Eric and Ray in Yosemite we had planned to head to Mammoth Lakes but decided we wanted to head to the coast in search of some sun and waves! Both of us had always wanted to drive the coast line of California so decided to take the coast route rather than heading inland.... Continue Reading →

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