If you are travelling to the U.S you should be aware that you need to apply for an ESTA. We have enlisted the help of Josh Hobson from the website https://www.estaform.org/ who has provided the below information to explain the process. Josh travelled to the U.S last year on a J1 visa, which expired whilst he was travelling in Mexico. Stressed at the prospect of being stranded a fellow traveller informed him of the ESTA. Josh has created this content to spread the word so that more people don’t have to feel like he did. Continue Reading
Category: North America
Before visiting Seattle the only thing that I knew about the place was that Kurt Cobain lived there and that it was also home to the first Starbucks store. Both super cool facts and to be honest as a music lover and coffee obsessor I had to visit, I just worried that it would be too cool for me. I’m definitely not a hipster and my legs are way too chunky for skinny jeans. So where would this leave me in Seattle? After two days in the city I was in love with this quirky little place. So here is our ultimate guide to Seattle.
I arrive in Memphis after a 23 hour Greyhound bus journey from Washington DC. I am almost halfway through a 6-week trek across the US, and for the past 23 and a bit hours I have been cooped up on a bus. I have had little human interaction and nothing to do but literally watch the world go by. Travelling alone has never bothered me before and up until this point I have really relished the freedom and excitement of it all. But now I must admit I am feeling a little lonely, and what better city to share the blues with than Memphis. Continue Reading
A few years ago I went backpacking around The US. Out of all the cities I visited the place that left a lasting impression was Memphis. I am now planning another trip to the US and I cannot stop thinking of this little gem of a city. So here are my reasons you must visit Memphis Continue Reading