North of Tucson, Arizona and the Santa Catalina mountains about an hour from Saguaro National Park sits an interesting looking complex. If you didn’t know it was…… Read more “Biosphere 2, Arizona – Climate change and space research”
Central and southwestern Arizona is covered by the Sonoran Desert, part of which also lies in California and the Mexican states of Sonora, Baja California and Baja…… Read more “Sonora Desert Museum, Arizona – Natural history and botanical garden”
A rocky outcropping of granite spheroid boulders in Texas Canyon, Arizona. This view is south of the canyon. Halfway between Tucson, Arizona, and the border with New…… Read more “Texas Canyon, Arizona – Smooth Round Boulders”
Tucson sits in a desert and has the climate to match. Everywhere you look, there is sand, dust, Saguaro cacti (cactuses) and other spikey plants. You can…… Read more “Agua Caliente, Tucson, Arizona – An Oasis in the Desert”
Just outside Tucson on both sides, Saguaro National Park is the home of the giant Saguaro cacti. These majestic giants, able to stand tall up to 12…… Read more “Saguaro National Park, Arizona – Home of giant Saguaros”
An art gallery – or is it? As someone who is not usually a big lover of art exhibits, I was a bit sceptical when I was…… Read more “Van Gogh Exhibit – an explosion of colour and sound”
The beaches of Barbados are there to be appreciated!
So my travel posts so far focus on Europe (which, admittedly, is where I have done the most travelling and is the most recent). However, I would…… Read more “Antigua”