Every time I travel, I wonder how much cash should I have on me and I always spend loads of time trying to find that out. Should I try and get local currency? But where is the best place to do that? Should I get euros or dollars? Or maybe a completely different currency? And, HOW MUCH?!?!
Not many people know much about Georgia. A country in Caucasus, close to Russia, part of a USSR back in the day? Maybe even less. But there is so much to this country, starting with food, nature, people, culture and history, and not necessarily in this order.
There are several states in the US that require more of your attention than others if you are into hiking, nature, desert, and general wilderness. Places where you can be the only person in miles and miles, and where the only thing you have is your companions, car and the road. This is our story of one such place.
Eiffel Tower, Disneyland, Venice and Statue of Liberty in the same place. Sounds impossible? Or maybe familiar? It is not a dream nor a joke, it’s Vegas baby!
Duing our trip we stayed in Alaska’s largest city, Anchorage. But don’t let that description fool you. Anchorage might be the biggest city in Alaskan standards, but in comparison with USA’s large cities, it’s a baby. Nevertheless, a very beautiful and charming baby, worth visiting.
As we said in the post about Yellowstone, apart from Old Faithful and Mammoth village, in Yellowstone you can also visit: Lake Village, Canyon Village and Grand Village. They are in a driving distance from each other, so it is good to have your own car. You can also try to hitchhike because, first of all, it is legal in the park, and second of all, people are usually very nice and they will try to help you as much as they can.