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    Postcards Home – Week 64

    To my dearest friends, family and fellow culture cravers,

    For the past 10 days I have been visiting my best friend, Fiona in The Big Apple. Since she moved to New York in January, I knew I HAD to fit in a trip to visit her and this iconic city.

    When I first set foot on Wall Street in Downtown New York (where Fiona lives), it was just as I’d imagined.

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    How To Visit The Grand Canyon From Las Vegas, America

    The Grand Canyon is an indescribable vast wonder, which spreads across the state of Arizona in America. Carved out by nearly two billion years of geological change caused by the Colorado River, this jaw-dropping sight to see is a must visit if you’re in nearby Vegas/anywhere in America.

    Due to its sheer size, planning a trip to the canyon can be quite a daunting task. Therefore, I’ve put together this little guide to help you plan your visit to this outstanding corner of the world.

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    Postcards Home – Week 63

    To my dearest friends, family and fellow culture cravers,

    Our last week in America has been fan-bloomin-tastic.

    After San Diego we jumped back on the Greyhound bus to VEGAS BABYYYY!!

    Neither Lydia or myself were that fussed about what the City of Sin had to offer. Instead, we were visiting out of obligation (because, who goes to California and doesn’t make time for Vegas!?) and curiosity to see what the hype was all about.

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    Postcards Home – Week 62

    To my dearest friends, family and fellow culture cravers,

    Since my last Postcards Home post (read it here) I’ve gone from the tranquil beaches of Koh Chang in Thailand to the manic, palm tree-laden streets of California – both exotic but both OH so different.

    I never expected to be nervous to travel somewhere which speaks the same language as myself and that, in general, is very similar to my home country.

    Nevertheless, as I waited to board my flight to LA, I was cacking it.

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