Four Day Adventure in Utah, Arizona

With so many camping spots available in US, toughest thing for us was to choose where to go and w...

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A Memorable Trip to Antelope Canyons and Grand Canyon (Arizona)

On the way to PageOn the way to PageGlen Canyon DamNear Glen Canyon DamAntelope CanyonAntelope Ca...

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Las Vegas and Around with Kids Travel Hacks!

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15 Days
US Cross Country Roadtrip

The Beginning - Miami, FL When I told people that I was gonna drive alone for 14 days across the...

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Driving across the USA – Twice and then some more – In Alaska

Thursday 26th, June... Somewhere in CP. I had been on a sabbatical for about 2 months now and was...

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Places you must see if you are in America

If you are a nature lover, these places will amaze you with their extraordinary beauty. Antelope ...

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Sedona
Known for its spiritual energy, Sedona in Arizona, USA is home to many shamans, reiki healers, and psychics. If you love hiking, star gazing and getting as close to nature as possible then Sedona is just the place for you.This post was originally published on Travel Wkly.
Moab
Day 9: Moab, UT — A 3 hour smooth ride south-east from Salt Lake City will get you to a place which lies atop a salt bed, believe it or not, which was the result of a sea evaporating over which sandstone was deposited giving it’s famous rusty red color. The beautiful Arches National Park. I don’t know if it sounds strange but US-191 is actually built on Moab Fault. ON a tectonic fault! I don’t think I’ve ever seen something like that!
Bryce Canyon
Bryce Canyon, UtahThis collection of large natural amphitheaters is famous for its hoodoos, geological structures formed by frost weather and stream erosion. The orange, red, and white rocks are a beautiful sight and only roughly 50 miles from Zion National Park.

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Day 10: Page, AZ — Traveling is never complete without good food and meeting new people. On my way to Monument Valley I stopped by an unknown town called Blanding in UT where I sat down with a couple of ranchers over lunch in a local restaurant. We talked about life in cities and towns and how much they like living in their ranches with all the space and time they get over a Navajo bread burrito, one of the best breads I ate. For anyone who remembers the famous scene form Forrest Gump where he stops running. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKKmzmeU5-0).
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