How to know which Los Angeles neighbourhood suits your personality
If you wanna make the move stateside but don’t want to totally leave Oz behind, then Los Angeles is your answer.
Whether you’re on a short visit like a 7-day California roadtrip or a mammoth 55-day Epic Adventures journey, we’ve put together a selection of sweeeet games you can play on a bus tour to make the most of time in-between locations.
Bob Dylan sang about it, Hunter S Thompson wrote about/lived it Gonzo-style, the people in the Walking Dead do it all the time, and, if you’ve got Netflix, you will know Paul Rudd’s been at it recently en route to the America’s deepest pit (strangely with Selena Gomez in tow).
From Iceland to Ibiza, Isabella Thompson is the girl who’s got you covered. When she’s not hopping around the globe discovering the next best festival or Aperol Spritz you can find her doing what she does best, creating amazing trips for her SF customers.
Mate, travel can be expensive, but sometimes you just want to eat something other than a baguette and cheese on a park bench (unless you’re in France and the cheese is better than any other food on earth, of course.) If you’re State-side, that means eating somewhere other than In-N-Out Burger.