Well, google sets the standard for its web search, but try searching on its android market website and you will be disappointed. Here is a simple search, for anyone thinking about heading to the US, ‘USA Travel Guide’. Click on that link to open a new window. Currently it returns 271 results, but as we […]
A dust storm hit Sydney, amazing pictures. The red dust obscured everything. This happens maybe every 10 years. The dust hung around until early afternoon. Would have been a very bad time to have the bridge walk booked. I had never experienced this before, during all my years in Australia, but it is the driest […]
The appetite for cool software is increasing, and customers on the iPhone and iPad are willing to pay more for it, much more than on the android platform. One of the reason that our travel guides have become so popular on the device, is that people are much happier to pay for quality apps. Just […]
Can there be anything better than an Ice-cream in Central Park on a warm, sunny day? Apparently yes.
Just one of the 100s of murals you will find walking around the streets of Philadelphia. The city instituted a program encouraging artists to utilize the cities architecture, and has produced some amazing results.
New York, taken from the Brooklyn bridge. Using a cheap tripod can have great effects, you get to see the lights from the buildings across the river, and can see the light trail left form the cars at the bottom of the image.
A picture I found when I first came to Edinburgh, the quintessential thing to do in the UK. Find a red phone box that does not smell too much of piss, and see how many you can get in.