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Tahiti

By on May 26, 2022

Unfortunately Jesper had brought a serious cold with him from San Francisco so we had to take it easy for the first days in Tahiti. Ready to head out one thing did however quickly become clear – in Tahiti you

Alcatraz, Redwoods, Marin Headlands and Golden Gate Bridge

By on May 26, 2022

We spent a total of 5 days in the area around San Francisco. After our trip to Monterey Marine National Park (see post below) on the first day we spent the following days visiting Alcatraz, Redwood Regional Park, Muir Woods,

Monterey Marine National Park

By on May 25, 2022

We started our 2022 round the world trip with a 5 day stopover in San Francisco. After a good night’s sleep and surprisingly little jetlag we woke up early, had breakfast and headed out.   Monterey – Sea Otters, Sea

Splendid views in Bryce and Zion national park after a forgettable stopover in Salt Lake City

By on August 1, 2019

To avoid too much driving in one day we decided to do a stopover in Salt Lake City on the way from Grand Teton to Bryce National Park. A quick search for restaurants near our hotel in SLC surprisingly suggested

Days in Grand Teton National Park

By on July 29, 2019

After our Yellowstone adventure we drove south to Grand Teton National park. As Grand Teton is much smaller than Yellowstone we only planned to stay 2 nights which turned out to be just perfect. Grand Teton is known for the

Yellowstone Canyon and Fairy Falls hikes

By on July 26, 2019

On our fourth day in Yellowstone we woke up to rainy and cloudy weather. The kids really wanted to try “mining” for gemstones at the Campsite so they got a chance to try that out We had yet to see

Northern Yellowstone – hiking, “safari” and a fantastic Grizzly experience

By on July 25, 2019

On our third day in Yellowstone, we wanted to somewhere where we were likely to spot some interesting wildlife. So we took a long drive, almost two hours, to Roosevelt Lodge in the northern part of Yellowstone. On the way

First days in amazing Yellowstone

By on July 24, 2019

After Cody it was time to go to Yellowstone. Being as hyped as it is we were mentally preparing ourselves for a minor disappointment. Boy, were we wrong!! Yellowstone is anything and everything you expect from one of the world’s

Cody and Thermopolis – en route to Yellowstone

By on July 23, 2019

Next stop on our trip was Cody – the town named after “Buffalo Bill” Cody, to experience a real wild west ton, go to the rodeo and visit the museum. Cody is a long way from Rocky Mountains, around 7

Hiking to Fern Falls and Lake Haiyaha in Rocky Mountains

By on July 22, 2019

On the second day in Rocky Mountains we decided to the Fern falls hike. Unfortunately we could not find any parking space near the trailhead and ended up walking 2.5 kilometers just to start the hike. Of course a free