National Park Guide

National Park Guide Ever since about 2016 I’ve been collecting postcards of the National Parks marking each visit with a bit of the story and I figure at some point I should just talk about the things involving each park. What I liked, things about my experiences camping there, and etc. Last Updated: Grand Canyon in October of 2018. Denali & Kenai Fjords in May of 2018 Bryce Canyon Where: Utah When: I visited in the early summer of 2016 Camping: I never camped inside the park. There are some undeveloped campgrounds outside the park. Best Part: Bryce Canyon is a beautiful place and the most remarkable formation is the Hoodoos in the area and it’s in the middle of nowhere so you can expect to see some stars. Other Cool Things: The Queen’s Garden Trail is a nice trip through the canyon if you want to see. Look out ...(Read More)

Guide to New Orleans

Rohan Planet’s guide to New Orleans New Orleans, the crown of the Mississippi. I’ve been told that it’s the sister city of San Francisco in the the sense that you won’t find a city as diverse and laid back as San Francisco. Either way, I finally got an opportunity to head out there recently and spent a week from February 16th to the 22nd with my friend Kristy. As most people ask, that is not Mardi Gras. I was mostly interested in the city itself and only cursorily in Mardi Gras itself. So I figured the best time would actually to be right before Mardi Gras, the city is preparing for the party but everything is still open, and everything isn’t retiredly expensive yet either. I figure I would highlight the main things people I feel ask about going to a new place and the things they don’t realize to ...(Read More)

Machu Picchu Guide

There are very few sites that evoke wonder and amazement than Machu Picchu. It’s one of the new “Seven Wonders of the World”, not exactly sure who’s in charge of that but still it’s deserving of the title. I went in May of 2015 with a large group of people, most of which I didn’t know but made quick friends with and some coworkers who took the opportunity when presented to go. I figure I should write down all I can about my research and details that I normally will forget over the time so this is what this blog post is about. Getting There If you’re planning on doing a trek or just hoping the train to get there you’ll have to get to Cusco at some point. Unless you bus it directly from Lima. Almost exclusively you’ll fly to Lima from your location and then hop another flight ...(Read More)