Do you love Instagram? I do! There are so many epic places in the USA to share on Instagram, so we have picked our favourites. Check out our list here!
New England is a gorgeous, quaint part of the USA. There’s so much to do there – eating, hiking, whale watching, camping and more. Go and do a road trip!
O’ahu, Hawaii’s most populous island, is well worth a visit. There’s so much to do there – hiking, surfing, eating, snorkelling, shopping, and more!
New York City is arguably the best city in the world – it’s so vibrant, chaotic, and full of life. Here’s some Wednesday wanderlust – pack your bags now!
Planning your summer vacation in the US? You should consider a camping road trip in the northeast – check out our guide for the best places to stay!
The Hamptons, NY. There’s more to it than the rich people and flash cars. Here’s our itinerary to keep you busy during a weekend getaway!
Time spent in Portland and Seattle involves good food, coffee, markets, and waterfalls. Could it get any better?!
Want to do New York City on the cheap? Here’s how you can do it in 36 hours! Parks, bridges, coffee, food, and statues are all involved.
We were up in Maine and had five days to get back to New York City. Where could we go? The great thing about camping in the northeast is that there are literally hundreds of campsites to choose from, but that makes it even harder to decide where to go!
We’d been keen to visit Portland, Maine ever since meeting a Portland native in Koh Tao, Thailand last year. This small city is hailed as a culinary hotspot of northeast USA, and that alongside the scenic beauty of Maine was enough to get us excited!
Back in the USA from our brief foray into Canada, we headed into central New Hampshire and the White Mountains region. Bears, streams, and mountains, oh my!
We love the concept of Airbnb, but until recently hadn’t tried it. But as all the cheap hotels near Montreal were booked out, we decided to give it a go!
We set off into the wilderness of Vermont with our tiny rental car and $40 Wal-Mart tent. We discovered a green land filled with lovely scenery. Wonderful!
We’ve been in the USA for a while now, and we’ve noticed some funny differences between here and our home country of New Zealand. Here’s the breakdown!
It started with an ill-fated trip to the mall, in which we wandered past the travel agent which was advertising round the world airfares. We were hooked.
The craft beer scene in the USA is great – we enjoy sampling what the nation has to offer! This time we cover New Jersey and Boston.