Petroglyphs and a Primitive Campsite – An Arizona Hidden Attraction

Mark, my other writing buddy from Arizona and I had decided to leave the comfort of the luxury RV Resort in Bodega Springs and head out for Arizona via Yuma – home of the Yuma Territorial Prison and the Yuma County Jail. Looking at one of the free, state issue maps we spotted a primitive […]

On The RV Road Again in Southern California

Having just set off on our two week Recreational Vehicle (RV) trip in the American Southwest we thought we’d offer a few helpful “on the road” hints. Most RV companies like El Monte, who we’ve used for the past seven years, will pick up and drop from your hotel. After filling out the appropriate forms, […]

Best International Pow Wow 2011 Host City Article!

Here’s Let’s Travel Magazine’s very own Gary Dickson as he accepts the award for Best International Pow Wow 2011 Host City Article, along with other award winners for USA articles and the founders of ‘City Pass’ who sponsor the event! The President of the Tourist Industry Association of America, Roger Dow is on the far […]

Hollywood Red Carpet Bash

The opening night party at this year’s Pow Wow was a red carpet affair when they opened the Kodak Theater to 5000 delegates who packed the place to the rafters. Apparently Conner Cruise (Tom’s son) was spinning the turntable as we drank, ate food by Wolfgang Puck and then watched live bands perform in the […]

We are WINNERS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Let’s Travel team are very proud to announce that our Editor @ Large, Gary Dickson, has literally just walked off the stage at the 2012 Pow Wow Travel Writer Award ceremony in San Francisco ……. cheque in hand …… with the award for: Best International Pow Wow 2011 Host City Article! WELL DONE, GARY!!! […]

3rd Street Pedestrian Mall – Santa Monica

Now this is how to make a street into a pedestrian only mall. 3rd Street in Santa Monica is a haven of designer shops, trendy restaurants, brand name stores, great bars, two cinemas and numerous coffee shops. Add jugglers, musicians, street acts and a host of off-beat colourful locals who get on well with cops […]

Jamaica Bay Inn

For the first time in years we hailed a cab outside the international terminal at LAX and took a US$25 ride to the Jamaica Bay Inn in Marina Del Rey – a world away from any city or airport hotel. Overlooking the harbour of Marina del Rey and azure waters of Marina Beach, the Jamaica […]

New Guest Blogger ….

Say hi to Kerri Jackson, our newest guest blogger. Kerri is about to depart for Darwin and a journey on the legendary Ghan in Australia and she’ll be blogging from there about her experience. After almost 20 years as a newspaper and magazine journalist, most recently as the travel editor for Herald on Sunday, Kerri […]

Transformers and Cars

Universal Studios Hollywood has unveiled a video of its latest attraction, Transformers: The Ride 3D, an attraction that features the “autobot” and evil “decepticon” characters from the Transformers movies. The thrill ride is scheduled to open 25 May. reports that Pixar’s animated movie Cars will come to life on 15 June when Disney’s California […]

Sky High in Seoul

Yes, Auckland has it’s Sky Tower like many other cities, but if you visit Korea you’ll want to see all of Seoul and it’s 11 million inhabitants from a 360 panoramic perspective. The place to be is at the top of the N Seoul Tower. This is a great way to escape the hustle and […]