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Inca to Inuit - Nashville

Music City – Nashville, Tennessee

Having spent the past two weeks bed bound and on a liquid diet of chicken broth and water, it was time to get back out into the World and start exploring again. We left Memphis and headed for Nashville.…

Memoir U.S.A

Medicine, Motels and Memphis

We were now roughly two months into the US leg of our Inca to Inuit adventure. In that time we had bought a car, become full-time campers (much to my disbelief) and revelled in southern cuisine, country music, and…

Inca to Inuit - Rodeo

Kings & Queens Of The Rodeo

It would be nothing short of sacrilege to visit Texas and not spend at least one evening eating overly cheesed nacho’s, drinking warm beer and watching some real life cowboys get to work. After a week exploring the Texas…

Inca to Inuit - Texas

Hill Country – The Hidden Heartland Of Texas

Rodeo, Cowboys, and BBQ were what we expected from Texas, what we didn’t expect were Germanic settlements, stargazing and one huge Enchanted rock. Texans are a little different to other Americans, well at least in our opinion. To Texans,…

Inca to Inuit - New Orleans

Beignets, Po Boys & Oysters In New Orleans

We had now been travelling around the USA for almost a month. The fair weather tent we had purchased for the odd camping adventure had now become our full-time home. In an effort to stem spending we toured from…

Inca to Inuit - Miami
Memoir U.S.A

Exploring Florida – Welcome To Miami

If someone had asked me before this trip had begun where I imagined spending my first stay in Miami, it most definitely wouldn’t have been in a tent in the back garden of a hippie commune. But hey, isn’t…

Inca to Inuit - Florida
Memoir U.S.A

Exploring Florida – On The Road To Miami

Jake and I had unknowingly visited Florida the same year some twenty years ago. We were aged 11 and 10 respectively both being spoilt to every child’s dream holiday, Disney World.  We had each hugged and posed with our…

Memoir U.S.A

Welcome to The USA

Arriving in Orlando, Florida on a cold January evening we felt as though we had been smacked across the face and catapulted back into western civilisation.  The vast, clinically clean airport lounges, “English” signage, familiar brands and a completely sensor…

Inca to Inuit Rio

How To Explore Rio In 48 Hours

We had planned to spend six days exploring the delights that Rio has to offer, however, one sickness bug and four days of bed rest left us with 48 hours to explore as much of the Rio tourist trail…

Inca to Inuit - Rio

Rio Isn’t Ready – Looking Ahead To The Olympics

What better place to end our five-month South American adventure than in Rio de Janeiro. The home of sugared white sands, Sugarloaf mountain, samba, plastic surgery and the skimpiest of swimwear. After enduring our final South American bus journey…