Travelling in the USA really is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and along the way, you are sure to meet some interesting characters that will offer a closer look into rural Americana.
Part of the 'Americana' experience will undoubtedly be the food. Whether it is juicy grease-dripping burgers, lip-smacking ribs, or merely something to get you over that pounding hangover, the city food scenes are to die for here.
When it comes to saving, patience is most definitely the key. If there was a quick and easy way to save money, we'd all be doing it.
With so many of you lovely Trekkers joining us on the road each year we have decided to publish some of your stories right here for past, present and future Trekkers to read all about. We share with you their worries, their memories and their passion for adventure. Enjoy!
Have you ever been so desperate for cash that you considered stripping for it? You may think it sounds a bit extreme, but 10% per cent of you lads (yes, we're looking at you) would seriously consider it.
Your friends are some of the most influential people you will ever meet, they shape who you are as a person and will either be with you for just a short period of time in your life, or they will be with you till you're old and grey.
When you think of a road trip through the USA, your mind will probably wander to that big ole' canyon in Arizona, the dazzling lights that sweep across Vegas and the iconic Golden Gate Bridge in everyone's favourite city, San Francisco.
There is something about Latin America that I simply can't get enough of. A few years ago I spent six months travelling South America, but I never quite made it to Central America and ever since it has been up there on the top of my travel wish list.
On any hot summer day, or even any cool autumn day, the hippest place to be while at Yellowstone National Park is the park's lesser-known treasure: the Boiling River.