In the smartphone era, going off-grid has become a popular travel style. It seems that some people’s worst fears have become other people’s bliss. Take Alaska for example. Would you enjoy hiking where there is no path, crossing rivers that…
The United States of America is a huge and widely diverse country, in every sense. From the wilderness of the north eastern states such as New Hampshire and Vermont to the scorching hot desert in Arizona, from the fast-paced life in cities like Seattle and New York to the serenety of the Colorado mountains and national parks like Yosemite and Yellowstone.
As the USA has historically been a sort of “promised land” for immigrants from all over the world, it’s no surprise that you will find a lot of cultural diversity here too. Apart from the many fast-food places you can find many world-class food in the bigger cities like New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Then again, eating at a fast-food restaurant can also be a most-enjoyable guilty pleasure (Philly Cheese Steak anyone?). The most budget way of traveling through America is with the Greyhound bus and the Amtrack trains, although you might want to consider booking a cheap domestic flight if you are planning to make a leap from east to west or from the north to the south.