Be cruel to be kind. Get rid of all those things that you put in the pile in with the slightest hope that maybe the pile wouldn’t be too big and you could slip them in. You’ve got to be really severe with yourself as you should be leaving with a bag no more than three quarters full.
A visit to “The Rock” is a must for your San Francisco bucket list.
If you enjoy a hike in the sunshine and don’t have a fear of heights then this is the perfect place for you.
Wherever you choose to climb, once you reach the top you’ll just want to sit back and soak it all in, the scenic views are stunning.
The things I can’t travel without. I’ll keep updating this list whenever I discover something new, so keep your eye on it.
Yosemite Valley is definitely one of the best destinations on earth. If walks, hikes, climbing & beautiful scenic views are your thing then this is your heaven.
The USS Midway is incredibly well preserved history museum and very Interesting place. Being on a ship of this size is an experience in itself and then you have all the aircraft around to check out as well. The workers are very knowledgeable, you can easily spend hours looking around.
San Diego one of the most chilled out friendly places I’ve visited in the US, you’d be hard-pressed to think of a more laid-back place. The surfer dudes are always happy to show people their city. From hiking, days at the beach, runnin, or the downtown Gaslamp area, as well as the famous Pacific Beach, is full of trendy seafood restaurants, bustling bars, and some amazing taco stalls.
Enjoy a break watching the river or take stroll along the historical route that was once used to carry granite from Dartmoor to Teignmouth
Situated on a creek of the River Dart steeped in history and surrounded by beautiful countryside, nestled in the green hills of the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Famous for its mill pond, crab fishing (aka crabbing) and a 1,000-year-old yew tree in the churchyard.