5 days. December 2014. This city known for its food, beer and coffee culture; most importantly for its support for local organic produce, is also a beer lover’s paradise. Portland boasts more breweries than any city in the world. In our five days stay here, we roamed around the streets, drank many a cup of coffee, gorged from… Read More Portland, OR
Mono lake should be on your list of ‘bizarre things to see’. And while you are here, visit the nearby town of Mammoth lakes to the famous Mammoth mountain. Why? Let me tell you all about Mono lake and Mammoth mountain. Where Mono lake is a large, saline lake in Mono county, California. Mammoth mountain is… Read More Mono lake and Mammoth mountain
Be ready to be amazed by what you see – the only magician here is the sun working its magic on the Navajo Sandstone of the canyons. Sunlight bounce back and forth across the canyon walls creating a dazzling display of color. Where Antelope canyon is a slot canyon located on Navajo land east of Page,… Read More Antelope Canyons and Horseshoe Bend
We visited Columbia river gorge and Mt. Hood with our base in Portland. The drive from Portland on the Columbia river highway is scenic and truly gorgeous with many waterfalls flowing into the swelling Columbia river. Here’s a list of few notable ones.
Where Crater lake is a caldera lake formed by the collapse of land after a volcanic eruption and is the main attraction of Crater lake national park. It is located in the state of Oregon. Crater lake is the deepest lake in the United States. Visiting this deep blue lake in May is a good idea; even though,… Read More Crater Lake National Park