SMACKDOWN

When I was younger I was OBSESSED with wrestling, I remember there being WWF. Though now it’s WWE. In the UK it was on an ordinary channel since things like Sky didn’t exist. I became re-introduced to the WWE when we moved house around 15 years ago and on the sports section of Sky, there was […]

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New York! Concrete Jungles Where Dreams Are Made Of…

There’s nothing you can’t do (which is pretty much true). New York city is divided by criss-cross ‘blocks’ filled with an excess of shops, café’s, restaurants, museums, sights and activities. At every turn down a street, there will be quirky character through the use of graffiti, art, fashion and architecture. Even within this city lies […]

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Quick Stop in Chicago

Straight away what comes to my mind is the film Chicago, directed by Rob Marshall. Sadly we don’t live in those glamourous times but have evolved to a modern fast paced hustle and bustle, with less top hats and sequined gowns and more heads down, mobiles up etiquette. Chicago is one of the largest cities […]

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Mount Rushmore National Memorial

I remember when I stood in front of Mount Rushmore national memorial and just thought….bloody hell, how did they do that!? Carving huge presidential faces from a MOUNTAIN. Well to me it’s so random but so brilliant at the same time. Maybe I have spent too much of my life in the UK, but you never […]

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Exploring Yellowstone

I absolutely loved Yellowstone park! If you are someone who struggles to walk up steep hills then this place is for you as there seems to be more choice of flat terrain paths with some great views. The paths we took were flat terrain which allowed us to take our time and casually stroll and […]

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Grand Is An Understatement

My goodness, the Grand Canyon national park was just so blooming GRAND. This is one of my favourite parks we visited. This park has always been ‘bigged up’, but certainly, doesn’t disappoint. We did the South Kaibab Trail which is very steep going down. On the way down near ‘Cedar Ridge, ‘ there was a […]

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Las Vegas Baby!

Sin city? Hell yeah. We stayed at the Four Season’s Hotel, which is nicely joined to the Mandalay Bay hotel so you get easy access to their casino. The hotel itself is one of the best so you can imagine that the service was spot on. We did feel a bit embarrassed when we got there […]

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