Carrying on our journey in Banff National Park, we spent the next couple of days seeing the natural wonders the park had to offer. And there’s one aspect that doesn’t get any more natural – the wildlife. I was totally obsessed with it out here in Canada as is it on a complete different scale… Continue reading BEARS, Canyon Hikes & White Water Rafting
I took my GoPro on holiday with me to Canada this summer. And despite looking like an idiot with a selfie stick, I did manage to capture some of the memorable moments I experienced.
This summer I was lucky enough to spend two weeks exploring the Canadian Rockies and the national parks that protect them. My particular favourite was Banff – the oldest national park in Canada and arguably one of the most incredible places to visit in the world. And if you’re wondering what it is that makes… Continue reading Moraine Lake & The Banff Gondola
I’ve never been one to turn down a freebie. So when our trek leader started talking about a free souvenir we could collect at several points along our road trip, it was like music to my ears. Because my second love after freebies, is souvenirs. The answer: Junior Ranger badges. You can collect these gems… Continue reading Junior Ranger Badges: that souvenir you NEED
One of my favourite parts of exploring Arizona, was the insane presence of red rock. It was literally everywhere, as far as the eye could see. Our first stop of the day was Glen Canyon dam which holds back Lake Powell. I’d never seen a dam this big before in person, so it was pretty… Continue reading Horseshoe Bend & Swimming in Lake Powell
Where do I even begin when trying to write a blog post about the Grand Canyon? I mean seriously. Major bucket list moment. And something I never thought in my lifetime I would have the opportunity to see. I can remember the exact moment I looked out into the canyon for the first time. Our… Continue reading Hiking the Grand Canyon: My Experience & Tips
Whilst exploring southern USA with Trek America, we were offered several optional activities – one of these being a helicopter ride over the Grand Canyon. Out of all the excursions, this was by far the most pricey and before going I’d made sure to read up on previous Trekkers’ experiences to see if it was worthwhile. … Continue reading The Grand Canyon (IN A HELICOPTER)