There’s something about motorbikes that give you an extra sense of freedom, flying almost. In busy cities while all the cars are gridlocked, you can nip through traffic leaving everyone else in your wake. Motorbiking its raw; you experience all the elements mother nature has to throw at you and you deal with it, not protected from the rain by a roof or a windshield. Motorbikes can often also get to places where cars cant – opening up a whole new world of possibilities – not to mention you look bloody cool 😉
I’ve really fallen in love with the USA over the last couple of years.
Spending two summers working at a summer camp in Maine and subsequently meeting my girlfriend there have made it a home from home and given the country a special place in my heart.
I now hop across the pond whenever I can to see Annie, and today I am lucky enough to be doing just that!
Pima Canyon is situated in the Santa Catalina mountains in Tucson, Arizona.
The hike is 3.9 miles and rated as moderate difficulty. The hike offers great views over Tuscon, a somewhat forested section that you wouldn’t expect to find in Arizona and some great wildlife including; Javelina, birds and mountain goats.
There’s a general rule when it comes places to go and things to do in destinations:
If the locals like it then its bloody good and you’re going to have a unique experience.
Greenwich in South East London is no different and contains hidden gems that you wont find through your tour operators. This list contains a Sushi restaurant, a pub, a wine bar, a jazz cub an a planetarium! Variety is the spice of life 😉
Now its not often that Connor and I pay to see male genitalia.
Surprisingly enough, we’ve never done it before.
That was until our last day in Iceland, when we decided the visit the Phallus (penis) Museum of Iceland.
Even a day in Paris will make you want to stay there for the rest of your life. Its romantic atmosphere and flickering lights will mesmerise you the moment you arrive. And soon enough, you’ll wish to savour the city’s finest wines and delicious croissants, and stroll down its boulevards forever. For starters, even a long weekend will provide you with enough time to experience the finest things Paris has to offer. And when the departure time comes, don’t despair – you’ll definitely go back to the City of Light.
We all love the idea of a memorable road trip.
The freedom that comes with it and the perks of having your own car; driving around an awesome area in your own time, stopping when you see something interesting, and taking as long as you please.