All you need to know about traveling to the United States of America with ESTA
A guest post by Josh Hobson
What’s an ESTA?
First and foremost, ESTA is a resource that was created by the United States government. Furthermore, the resource has been designed to ensure that tourists and business persons entering the country by boat or plane could be screened before their arrival and be processed quickly once in the States. In addition, an ESTA is required by anybody that has a connecting flight that lands in the U.S. Finally, that rule applies to everybody, even if you are not leaving the airport. …read more!
Heading to the airport to catch your flight and then you realize it does not leave until tomorrow, ordering something completely different than you wanted in a foreign language, and losing your passport on the beach while afterwards back home you discover it was still in your bag. These are all things we have experiences with while traveling. I call them travel whoops moments. To prevent them from happening again I thought I could share some of mine with you! ...read more!
Endless highways, strangely shaped mountains, from sunshine to snow, few gas stations, cowboys and Native Americans, and something on the middle of the road.
I am driving for two days through South-Dakota to visit my dad who is staying in Minneapolis. Discovering many things that are not touristic yet, but oh so amazing!