If you ever have the opportunity to travel you don’t need me to tell you to do it. It’s always worth it to see new places and gain a new perspective. Even if it’s an adventure filled with things that went wrong your brain does this amazing thing where it filters out all the bad crappy rubble-like mess and leaves only gold and gems at the bottom of it all.
My journey started in Las Vegas. Thankfully I was not in Vegas for long. Vegas is not for me to say the least. I hated almost every minute of it (sorry not sorry Vegas). I felt like I was in a poorly designed video game with cheap graphics giving the illusion of freedom. It’s just another over-priced, unimpressive, claustrophobic city with the same trashy girls you can find anywhere else in the world, wobbling around like new born dear. I sound bitter but I’m glad I went. How else would I know never to go back?
Needless to say, I was happy to be on the road.
Here’s a list of all the places we visited:
- Canyonlands (Mesa Arch, False Kiva)
- Antelope Canyon (Upper and Lower)
- Horseshoe Bend
- Monument Valley
- Zion Nation Park (The Narrows)
- Valley of Fire
We also hit up some weird but neat spots while on the road. I wish I took better note of them. One of which was this awesome museum of taxidermied animals. It was massive! It sort of felt like walking into a scene from Penny Dreadful. You know the one. If not, go look it up you fool!