As it was “on my way” I visited the Navajo National Monument. Not a big park but interesting settlement in a large cave in a steep wall. There were a few other visitors, but not many. I walked the trail towards the outlook of the settlement. There was something weird. I stopped walking. All sounds […]
Yesterday Taylor our guide told us that the morning light is actually better, you get more contrast and more color, especially the blue color. But the morning times are also more busy… I tried my luck and was back at 7 am in front of the gate, together with a bunch of other people.
When you are in Page, you need to go and look at the Horseshoe Bend. Obviously. So, I did. Some say the best sequence of activities in the area is starting with Lower Antelope Canyon in the morning, then go look at Horseshoe Bend and end up at Lake Powel.
Which one to do the Lower or Upper? The upper canyon would give very nice light beams, the lower more colors. OK, I go for colors.
It was on my list for a long time and this year I was able to fit it in: The Grand Canyon. Not sure what to expect and if it would be as “grand” as predicted.
I start my little roadtrip through Arizona in Flagstaff. Arrived late last night, hopping from Chicago through Phoenix, and decided to go and check out down town. Very lively on a Friday evening. Cool bars full of young people, party vehicles, live music in the street. I felt a bit out of place
Baggage Traveling by default means, you are not at home where you have everything you need in the house or close by.
Going one step further than the average tourist… Here’s the last set of memories.
Playing tourist in Dhaka! Be prepared to BE the attraction… for the rest of the people hanging out.
As I have a whole bunch of good memories of my time in Bangladesh, I had to chop up the post in pieces… here’s part II.
- About me
- My Posts
- My travel passport
Gretel Goes Places 2018 | Powered by WordPress.