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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA

San Diego has to be one of my favourite places I have visited so far, and that's saying something. I love everything about it, the atmosphere, the environment and the attitude of the people who live there- I would be that way if SD was my home too:) The first place on my list is Belmont Park, it's pretty much a theme park on the beach front, so cool. Go here for sure.

It goes without saying you should visit the beach too! Ocean Beach is the one, it's beautiful. Another place you should hit up is San Diego Zoo, kinda self explanatory what you can expect here but it makes for a good day out:) Another really amazing thing about this zoo is that they raise money to help save rhinos from extinction, not everyone is aware that all rhinos are critically endangered. You can also adopt animals and in doing so help save wildlife around the world-wonderfulwonderfulwonderful! You can buy an 'Early Morning with Pandas' ticket, this allows you to go and see the Giant Panda before the area has officially opened! The main vibe here is all about wildlife conservation and education which in my opinion is so great.

PHOENIX, ARIZONA

Here’s the scoop on Phoenix– it is Americas fifth largest city, with actual cowboys and crazy cactus you’ve almost definitely never seen before. It is the heart of the Sonoran Desert with countless hiking trails and of course, the main event..The Grand Canyon. Being 277 river miles long, up to 18 miles wide and a mile deep, it is overwhelming to say the least. It’s hard to put into words how incredible this place is, the vastness is almost indescribable. For me it felt as if what I was looking at wasn’t real, if I reached my hand out, I would touch a giant poster revealing it was all fake (kinda like The Truman Show). But nope, it is very much there and it’s a sight to behold. If you are in the US please do yourself a huge favour and stop here.

Here’s the scoop on Phoenix– it is Americas fifth largest city, with actual cowboys and crazy cactus you’ve almost definitely never seen before. It is the heart of the Sonoran Desert with countless hiking trails and of course, the main event..The Grand Canyon. Being 277 river miles long, up to 18 miles wide and a mile deep, it is overwhelming to say the least. It’s hard to put into words how incredible this place is, the vastness is almost indescribable. For me it felt as if what I was looking at wasn’t real, if I reached my hand out, I would touch a giant poster revealing it was all fake (kinda like The Truman Show). But nope, it is very much there and it’s a sight to behold. If you are in the US please do yourself a huge favour and stop here.

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

This next post will pretty much only consist of photographs, I’m not going to write much, if anything. San Francisco is one of thee most beautiful places I have been to, and I’m lucky enough to have visited twice-blessed. I believe the photos speak for themselves and I don’t need to interject with my usual chat! This place leaves me in awe and feeling some sort of way about life, not for any one reason in particular, but I feel like the sunsets have a lot to do with it. Enjoy fam.

NEW YORK CITY

There is something totally magical about this city, no matter how many times I go, I could always go back.

Life is a collection of fleeting moments, you can never truly replicate an experience, once it’s over, it’s over. As cliché as that sounds, in my opinion it couldn’t be more true..I have been trying my hardest to soak in every second of life’s great moments, and take lots of photos while I’m at it!

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA

Where do you even start with Vegas? Like for real. People have this idea that it’s a place you only go to gamble, drink and generally wind up remembering very little and this may be true for some, but I found there was a lot more to this city. Don’t get me wrong, the night life is ridiculous, I went from having pretty low key nights out in my own little hometown to partying in an elaborate rooftop bar, smoking cigars surrounded by an amazing view-replicas of the Eiffel Tower, Venetian Grand Canal and an Egyptian Pyramid-definitely not your average Friday night at the club. One piece of advice I would give if you are planning to go out drinking a lot is make sure you budget for it, Vegas ain’t cheap, especially if you’re keen to go to the more extravagant places. If you can line up your trip with some sort of gig then DO IT, we went to see the DJ Steve Aoki at the MGM Grand and it was honestly up there with one of the funnest nights I have had. So to wrap up that side of things, the Nevada Desert is loose, go out! Pretty sure you won’t regret it..but I can’t make any promises, after all what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas:).

There are heaps of things to do for fun here, sight seeing is obviously top of the list, Vegas is full of iconic landmarks. A must see is the Fountains at Bellagio- a show of interwoven water, music and lights, also pretty romantic if you’re there with your other half. The Welcome to Las Vegas sign is probably where the most amount of insta pictures have been taken, like everrrr. The High Roller Observation Wheel, at 550 foot tall, it definitely stands out, you sit in a glass enclosed cabin and it takes about 30 minutes to complete one full revolution with incredible views of Vegas and The Strip. One of my favourite things to do was the New York, New York roller coaster, if you’re into theme park type vibes then you’re in for a treat:):) There are tons of malls, so if you feel like shopping, the choices are endless. Oh and try The Cheesecake Factory at least once for lunch/dinner, the guacamole is next level.