25 miles south-east of Las Vegas, in the middle of the desert south-west, sits an engineering marvel. The Hoover Dam, built during the Great Depression of the 1930’s, spans the border between Nevada and Arizona and plays host to over a million visitors each year.
Move your feet, not the zoom. I always need to listen to myself and take my own advice. Easy to dish it out, right? It’s not until you really get into the weeds do you realise how much moving your feet and gets you a fresh perspective on something.
Summer in Australia is just around the corner, but the sunsets are already here. And there’s a reason it’s called the sunburnt country. It’s hot – scorching at times. But after those long hot summer days, you’re inevitably treated to sunsets like this one.
When we think about our next holiday, we often think about those far away, tropical destinations – or those amazing landmarks and wonders of the world in remote corners of the world. But take a minute and look at what’s closer to home.
Tower 13, in Mission Beach, San Diego is nostalgic for me. These lifeguard towers are the epitome of Southern California. These dot the coastline, keeping a watchful eye on the beach goers that blanket the sandy swaths of land, quietly keeping the public safe.
Founded in 1984, the Monterey Bay Aquarium is located at the end of Cannery Row in Monterey Bay, California and the Jellyfish exhibit is second to none. The aquarium and its exhibits are widely popular and have an annual attendance of 1.8 million visitors.
Sailing out of Darling Harbour, the James Craig provides passengers with an amazing tall ship sailing experience. After a complete overhaul of the ship she once again hoisted all of her 21 sails for the first time in nearly 80 years and is now fully operational.