Road Trip USA

August 10, 2012

Road Trip USA 2012 Recap – State Signs

    During our Road Trip USA 2012, we drove 6,141 miles (9,883 kilometers) and passed thirteen states. I was trying to get all of the state signs, since, you know I’m a fan of the signs. Each state has really […]
August 3, 2012

Acoma Pueblo Sky City in Photos: Living 367ft Above the Ground

Living in the Sky City Along with the Taos Pueblo reservation, Acoma Pueblo Sky City was certainly one of the most interesting places in New Mexico. The name ‘Sky City’ comes from where they live; top of the 367ft high […]
July 24, 2012

Road Trip USA 2012 Recap – Facts and Funs

    The grand Road Trip USA 2012 came to the end!   This trip started because of TBEX (Travel Bloggers Exchange, travel blogger conference) in Colorado. Stephen and I left Virginia on 9th of June, and came back 17th […]
July 21, 2012

Taos Pueblo and a Thousand Year Old Adobe Architecture

‘Adobe’ was a strange and a new word for me. ‘Adobe? Isn’t that a company name?’ was my first thought. Oh, the limited knowledge of a second language speaker. adobe |əˈdōbē| noun a kind of clay used as a building […]
June 22, 2012

American Wild West City in Photos

    To attend TBEX (Travel Blogger Exchange, travel bloggers annual conference) in Denver, CO, Stephen and I decided to do another road trip; to west. We went to a road trip together to New England last summer, and my affection to […]
March 12, 2012

Runaway Road Trip to Florida, USA

    The following is a guest post.    It’s a grand American tradition, and what better way to see the sights of Florida than from the comfort of your car? A road trip is a great way to pack […]
November 14, 2011

Dirty History of Casco Bay, Portland, Maine

“The coal dust from the harbor was so thick we had to sweep up the mess every single morning.” Randolph Dominic, Sulkowitch Hardware & Paint Co. Portland, Maine is a port town, and has very characteristic charm. It makes people […]
October 28, 2011

Middletown, Connecticut is Not Mediocre

    My visit to Yellow Yellow Circle at Middletown, Connecticut was random, yet meaningful. It was a total random destination out of several of different places I could’ve landed on between Worcester, MA and NYC. But I headed to […]
October 26, 2011

Château Frontenac: the Most Photographed Hotel in the World

  Looks familiar? Château Frontenac, the historic building located in Quebec City, is the most photographed hotel in the world and the most famous landmark of Quebec City, Quebec. Just like the reputation, most of the postcards I could found […]
October 10, 2011

Only Capital without McDonald: Montpelier, Vermont

    “Did you know, Montpelier is the only capital without McDonald?” “Ah… I think I’ve heard about that.” “AND! Did you know, there’s no Walmart in Montpelier?”    Mr.Myers, a nice gentleman who I met in Warren General store, […]
October 6, 2011

Empire State Plaza and Albany in Photos

Albany, New York; the capital city of the U.S. state of New York, the seat of Albany County, and the central city of New York’s Capital District. Also, one of the most underestimated destinations in east coast of the US, […]
October 5, 2011

Brewery Hopping in New England, USA

    Who knew America is bless country with high quality beers? I certainly didn’t. If you ask me ‘what are you missing the most from the US, since you got back home?’, well, certainly I miss a lot of […]