The last leg of my All American Roadtrip and the most anticipated. LA.
With difficulty we moaned and groaned as we woke up at 5am and shuffled round our hostel room trying not to wake up our French room mates. We were heading to the Grand Canyon.
After being on the coach for 6 hours, I was falling asleep on Sophie’s shoulder as the bus slowly rolled on through the endless amount of desert when BAM! A huge cluster of lights appeared in the middle of the blackness, we had arrived in Vegas.
After 2 months discovering the East Coast and an 8 hour flight; it was time to discover the West Coast.
The city that never sleeps, the beyond famous skyline, the home of yellow taxis and millions of films. The next part of my adventure; New York.
After 20 emotional goodbyes, 6000 photos and 100 children; it was time to embark on the first leg of our road trip. We were on our way to Washington DC.
When I started the long application for Camp America, I had no idea the impact it would have on my life and it all down to the fantastic team working for Camp America… here’s why you should choose Camp America to start off your travels in North America.
How to sum up Camp America; tiring, memorable, exhilarating, educating, ridiculous, hysterical, have you ever seen a penguin come to tea? Some days are good, some days are bad, some days you just want to give up and go home but it was the best experience of my life and I wouldn’t change it for the world.
To top off my holidays within 2011, I went to Florida with my family for two weeks. We went to both Orlando and Clearwater. The idea being the first week we visited all the theme parks and exhausted ourselves whilst the last week was our time to relax.
|My beautiful and wonderfully organised Mother|