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Travel Tips / 04.08.2018

It’s official: you’ve planned a road trip with you and your friends, and you couldn’t be more psyched. Before you start planning out your itinerary, though, it’s important to make sure the chariot you’ll be driving will hold up to the enormous amount of punishment you’ll be dealing out to it soon. If you are taking your own ride instead of renting a car, here's how to prepare your car for a road trip before departing on the summer adventure of a lifetime. Get a Bluetooth code scanner There’s nothing more...

USA / 18.07.2018

Looking to get outside this summer? The American Rockies offers plenty of scenic trails that will make your experience an amazing one. Below, we’ll talk about the best summer hike in the American Rockies you can hit over the coming months. Siyeh Pass, Montana Consider yourself a big fan of alpine wildflowers? If so, don’t miss your opportunity to hike Siyeh Pass while visiting Glacier National Park in Montana. Situated off Going to the Sun Road east Logan Pass, the trailhead is already surrounded by epic high country scenery. You’ll pass...

Travel Tips, USA / 07.06.2018

Summer is here, and with it, outdoor enthusiasts everywhere are making plans to head into the wilds of America in search of adventure. If you are new to this, however, know that a good deal of planning goes into putting together a safe and awesome trek. Below, we’ll go over a few key points you need to keep in mind before you go on a summer hike in the backcountry with your buddies. Acquire trail-friendly food/drink If you are heading into the bush for anything longer than an afternoon, you’re going to...

Blog, USA / 15.09.2017

Despite the stereotype - which typically casts Americans as the loud, braggadocios, stay-at-home and eat spare ribs while watching reality tv sort, we are an adventurous bunch (that also happen to eat spare ribs). From breaking out and conquering the Western frontier in the days of Lewis and Clark, to journeys to the moon (if you believe in that kind of thing), to late-night divey diners with curly cheese fries; - there is no frontier we won't explore. While it is true that our passport wielding numbers are...

Destinations, USA / 13.09.2017

Miami doesn’t fall short when it comes to parties. In fact, it is listed as having one of the best nightlife scenes in the US, ranking second only to New York, according to a survey posted by U.S. News. So without further ado, check out this list for the best party places in Miami Beach. Mango’s Tropical Café Mango’s Tropical Café is worth checking out if you want to veer away from the typical clubs populated by the EDM-loving crowds. A trip to Mango’s means transporting yourself to Havana, with...

Blog, USA / 29.08.2017

While my hostel partying days may be over since I now get raging hangovers I've hit my 30s, I do reminisce on my backpacking days travelling around the USA without a car, praying not to end up in the dead in a gutter. Back then all I needed was a super cheap place on Hostelworld where I could rest my head and meet other 20p-something travellers. It didn't matter what the room looked like - as long as there was an endless flow of booze, fun and unforeseeable consequences,...

Blog, Destinations, USA / 24.03.2017

Let’s face it – Vegas is the place where hope and dreams go to die. The house always wins - unless you went to MIT and can actually beat math, you will most likely walk away with less money than when you waltzed in like Mussolini. But that is okay, just because you leave penniless doesn’t make you a loser. Being an unemployed 33 year old living off your parents and delusions of accomplishment does. But enough about me, back to the plot - there is much more...

Blog, USA / 03.03.2017

Every Tom, Dick and Harry, or perhaps Tomas, Ricardo, and Hans - the world over, when asked to name American cuisine will no doubt be able to rattle off the ubiquitous hamburger and its arguably less appealing, phallic brother the hot dog. However, American cuisine runs much deeper than cheeseburgers and wieners, and many of its lesser known dishes and daily items, particularly ones consumed by children, foreigners have no idea about. Some pretty common dishes you may not see in the movies may seem intriguing to outright weird....