Forget the Empire State Building, the White House, or the Super Bowl. The top attractions you need to visit in the USA are the National Parks!
If you're anything like us, you want to go EVERYWHERE and see EVERYTHING. Too much wanderlust, too little time sound familiar?
Stood in my trunks, showering on the ocean's edge at sunset, I couldn't help but notice to my left lay three turtles laid out on the jet-black, lava sand beach. Welcome to Hawaii.
Vegas is pretty freakin' awesome to visit at any time of the year - but for New Year's Eve, the party capital of the States goes all out!
It's time to get spooky! Lock your doors and windows, turn all the lights on and get ready to hear the stories behind eight of America's creepiest haunted houses...
The capital of the state of Tennessee, Nashville is widely associated with country music – so much so, it's known as 'Music City USA'. I visited Nashville on the Atlantic Dream (New York – Miami), and pretty much fell in love with it's charm, music and food.
Vegas is a real-life legend, and it's nothing like the cities you're used to. It's a world-famous hotspot for wild partying, a forest of flashing neon and pumping music, and a treasure trove of quality restaurants and massive shops.
Hawaii is unlike anywhere else you could visit in the USA and that's what makes it so special. A five hour flight from the mainland and with some of the most picturesque scenery, your Instagram account is just dying for you to pay Hawaii a visit.
There's a reason nearly 5 million people visit the Grand Canyon every single year – it's absolutely amazing.
The Golden State is always in the spotlight. It's in so many songs, films, TV shows, books and just about everything else that it takes on a near-legendary status. Frankly, it kind of earned it. So, you find yourself there – what should you be keeping an eye out for?