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About Us

Hi, my name is Turner

Well hello there good looking and obviously intelligent stranger. I say obvious because your smart Google search brought you to me.


I’m Turner. Not Tanner, not Tyler – and definitely not a Tucker. Turner. I am 30-something American Joe next door fella pretending not to see his gray hairs advancing like Red Army and a waist line that is struggling to win the Battle of the Bulge. I could reminisce of yesteryear but now is the time for a new chapter. This website is dedicated to all things travel – from the lens of a part Gen X (the jaded part), part Gen Y (unrealistically hopeful part) vagabond. In this here weblog I shall chronicle my tales of binge eating, binge drinking and unapologetic embrace of the weirdness of the American heartland and beyond. I will however try to keep my millennial narcissism in check and also provide tips and advice on how to get you traveling the road and outside your comfort zone.


Welcome to Turner’s world of wonder. Let’s get weird.


Turner – the American Travel Blogger


P.S. If you want to check out more of my ramblings, I am also the Joe behind Around the World in 80 Jobs.

Hi, my name is Victoria

Hey there,

I’m Victoria. I’m a 30-something British lady who was born with a “nationality crisis” in that I always felt like I was meant to live the American dream. On my first big trip to the states I travelled by bus and train all over the states, to LA, San Francisco, Chicago, Memphis, Atlanta, New Orleans and Austin. I went back almost every year after that and now I’ve finally relocated to New York City. I want to share with you everything I love about travelling America.