Landing in Washington after a 5 hour flight was a shock to the system. The cold weather felt like a slap in the face, and we donned our hats and gloves immediately after collecting our bags! We used the super shuttle service to take us to our hostel, heavy traffic meant the journey took … More Washington DC
Chichen Itza translates as ‘At the mouth, of the well, of the place of water’. It is one of the most visited archaeological sites in Mexico, and is one of the largest and most famed Mayan sites in Central America. By accident we stumbled upon a great deal for a day trip, whilst caught up in a torrential … More Chichen Itza – Day trip from Playa Del Carmen
We took a 9am flight from San Francisco to Cancun, which took around 3.5 hours. The time difference meant we landed late afternoon and we decided to take the super shuttle bus to our apartment. After several drop offs we arrived 90 minutes later at our apartment in Playa Del Carmen. We were greeted by … More Mexico – Playa Del Carmen
We took the 9:30am sailing from Pier 33 to Alcatraz Island. The scenic 15 minute cruise on the water allowed for photo opportunities of San Francisco, The Golden Gate Bridge, The Bay bridge and some seals splashing around in the water as the boat cruised along. You’re treated to a short talk as … More San Francisco – Alcatraz, tram rides plus a TRAVEL APP GIVEAWAY!
We only stayed one night in Vancouver before travelling to San Francisco, and we didn’t do much there as I was still feeling rotten from my cold. We caught the subway to the airport for the bargain price of $2.70 each as it was a weekend special price. We had to catch a flight to … More San Francisco – First day
I woke up full of cold on our third day in whistler, runny nose, stuffy head the lot. I had my porridge and got myself ready for another day skiing, hoping that some fresh mountain air would do me some good. The Excalibur gondola had no que so we decided to head up there again. … More Last 2 days skiing in Whistler