I can’t see the appeal with the cable cars in San Francisco, but I love these heritage streetcars that run around the city. Compared with the super crowded cable cars, on these streetcars you can often find a seat and … Continue reading Streetcars of San Francisco
It’s a fairly common question for travellers with long layovers at LAX. What exactly do you do? LAX isn’t the nicest of airports, though it has improved in recent years. Also for New Zealander’s and Australian’s (and likely others) one … Continue reading Long layover at LAX – what to do?
Following on from our fabulous visit to the Museum of Anthropology, we decided to head to the Museum of Vancouver. This costs $CAD14 for adults and $11 for seniors. They do family, student and youth rates also. You can easily … Continue reading Museum of Vancouver and Granville Island
San Francisco has a wonderful public transport system, full of trams, trolley buses and these heritage streetcars which run along the main tourist areas to Fishermans Wharf on the F Market & Wharves line. These streetcars come from all corners … Continue reading San Francisco’s Heritage Streetcars
First up, if you are a senior, yay you! You get really cheap public transport in Hong Kong, you don’t need to be a resident, you just need to be over 60 to qualify. No idea about fares for kids … Continue reading Octopus & the MTR in Hong Kong – traveller info
Recently Christchurch Airport has undergone some amazing changes. Its gone from an old, worn airport to a bright, airy and modern one, within the space of a few years. One thing I feel they have let the community and vistors … Continue reading Christchurch Airport – yes, you can get a bus to the city!