Now that I’ve visited a fair few of these, I think it’s time to give you a little run down of my thoughts and hopefully pass on some useful information to people who are looking at coming across for a holiday or season. A note for Europeans – North America doesn’t have ‘Red’ runs, they […]Read More Canadian Ski Resorts – Which is the best?
Continued from here. After leaving the glacier area, it was a straight haul up to Jasper, nothing planned that night but some food and a solid sleep in the HI Hostel up there. We had big plans for the next day. The drive down to Maligne lake is impressive, past glorious lakes and through mountain […]Read More The Road To Jasper Pt.2
Budapest is the kind of place you might expect some weird things, and you’d be right about that. So much so that some are just a bit too common now, things like escape rooms, beer bike tours etc are now everywhere – what can you do in Budapest and nowhere else? The Hidden Library Hiding […]Read More Weird Budapest – A Busabout Blog (but it never was)
When you’re days off line up with a buddies in a town like Banff, you make plans to get out and explore – so this time we headed south. We had both visited Fernie before, but again the town surprised me in it’s friendliness and accessibility, it’s such a typical mountain town it’s almost cliche. […]Read More Fernie and Castle, Road Trippin’
Continued From Here. That night at the hostel they had a happy hour, which I thought was a little odd, as they don’t have a bar, turns out it’s a guy who brings in a few cans, and hands them out for free. I met a few others, and then the guy took us for […]Read More Chicago, the Windy City Pt.2
So, like the cost cutting, penny pinching Brit that I am, I can’t fly through a city without hopping out and having a look while I’m there, ticking it off my list so I don’t need to fly back again. More destinations for that flight price makes sense to me. And so, I found myself […]Read More Chicago, the Windy City Pt.1
Continued from here. So from Valladolid it’s very easy and quick to get to Chichen Itza, It’s only about an hour drive and there are plenty of collectivos running. I would recommend the 7am bus, getting you there just before the doors open. This probably means a little more queuing than if you arrived 15 […]Read More Mexico – A Blissful Holiday Pt.3 Chichen Itza and Ik Kil