How do I begin to describe Chicago? The people are wholeheartedly proud of their city, and so they should be. Chicago overflows with energy and vibrancy - the sentiment is definitely infectious! I enjoyed my time here, and even managed to experience the windiness the city is know for, as well as Chicago in rush … Continue reading Chicago: The Windy City
It has been a wild couple of days! DC has been an absolute blast, something that I am sure was aided by the fact that I was staying with a friend. Well I say friend - when I got there we were acquaintances and we parted as friends (I hope). DC is quite a … Continue reading Washington DC: Capitol!
The title of this post is highly accurate. Cloudy, but warm - yes. Thunderstorms most evenings - yes. But sunny? Well, today is the exception. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time here in Philly. It is such an easy place to wander about in. The people are friendly. The Mosquitos are friendly (although not in … Continue reading It’s Rarely Sunny In Philadelphia
You find me now, chilling in Philadelphia. This is the longest stop on my journey-it sounded like the kind of place I would like and I felt like I needed some time to chill before the manic next couple of weeks. I am staying in this great hostel, City House: Philadelphia Liberty Bell. There … Continue reading Philadelphia: Liberty Etc.
So: here I am, fresh from my time in New York. What have I learned? Well, for a start New York is pretty crazy. Everyone is always going somewhere. It did not take very long before I was somehow in that mindset myself and rushing everywhere. Because of this I got A LOT done. … Continue reading NYC: Empire State of Mind
Hello! Yes, I have made it. I am in fact now sat in Brooklyn at what must be 4am British time writing this very post. Needless to say I had too much coffee on the plane. I had actually never been on a plane on my own before today, let alone a long haul one. … Continue reading Step One: The Solitary Air Traveller
I am going to be spending five weeks (36 days) attempting to travel the 2,800 odd miles from New York to Los Angeles. All very exciting. If that was not enough, I am planning to make this voyage of discovery alone. In fact, this will be my first solo trip.