Travel

  • Travel
  • 28.3.2017

New Orleans – US Travel Diary 10

Day 10 of our US Road Trip and driving on the highway was becoming tedious, each hour dragged into the next and, unlike Texas, Louisiana seemingly did not have rest stops for us to stretch our legs and run around. After hours and hours of endless chain restaurants and straight roads eventually we came across Lake Charles. Sitting in […]

  • USA
  • 21.3.2017

Getting Inked in Austin – Travel Diary Day 9

Waking up on our second morning in Austin it was a lot greyer than our first day, but it was ok as I had plans! First off was a stop at Mi Madre’s a basic joint loved by locals for some awesome breakfast tacos before heading to All Saints to get a tattoo. I am […]

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  • 14.3.2017

Exploring Austin Texas – Travel Diary Day 8

Sometimes you get a good feeling about a place before you’ve even begun exploring it. This is exactly what happened in Austin; as soon as I saw the city shining on the horizon I felt an excitement in the pit of my stomach. Waking up in our Airstream Airbnb, the quirky yard was fully revealed in […]

  • Fashion
  • 9.3.2017

Alternative Beach Style Venice California

When I picture LA style, Katy Perry’s California Girls comes to mind: tanned skin, toned, beach waves, and casual clothes all pulled together in an effortless way. Sure, there are plenty of stereotypical Cali girls down at Venice Beach but one of the reasons I love this area so much is that it is a hard […]

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  • 7.3.2017

Road Trip From El Paso to Austin – US Travel Diary 7

Leaving our little desert haven at the crack of dawn we were well rested as we prepared for a hardcore day on the road. Even after doing a lot of Googling there were no fun stops to be found on this 11 hour drive. Though not the most exciting road, the hours past quickly with the […]

  • Travel
  • 1.3.2017

The Thing? An Alternative Roadside Attraction – Travel Diary Day 6

From trip research I already knew that this was a grossly underwhelming ‘museum’  but this kind of tat really appeals to me, so we took the exit, parked up and paid our dollar entrance fee. Following the large yellow footsteps we entered the first corrugated iron barn which featured an exhibit featuring tortured wooden sculptures and a Rolls […]