Time spent in Portland and Seattle involves good food, coffee, markets, and waterfalls. Could it get any better?!
Isn’t it funny how some places stick with you long after you’ve departed, while others don’t? Here are our top 5 destinations we want to revisit someday!
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 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.
Seeing NYC from above was one of the coolest things we have done – and it was Shaun’s first time in a helicopter!
The past week has been full of little fishing villages, whales, beaches, and sunshine. Rhonda Burgundy took us all around the southern parts of New England, through Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
This post features beer from eastern Long Island – Southampton and Montauk! It’s worth making the trek out there to sample these great beers.
We headed on a road trip in our new campervan and hit up the Jersey Shore and NYC. Cape May on the Shore was a highlight as was, as always, NYC.
Montauk is a small town that is situated at the very end of Long Island. We’d heard it was a cute little town with a nice ride out to a lighthouse, so seeing as we are new owners of mountain…
Spring has finally arrived in the Hamptons! We have been here for a couple of weeks now, and it has gone from -10°C and sleet to a tropical 13°C and beautiful sunshine.
We’ve walked many miles in the last week – NYC is most definitely a walking city! We’ve loved being in the city and feel like we’ve explored a lot of it, but there is still heaps left to do! Until…