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Bunny’s Highlights of Arizona

Bunny in Seligman

Just before Covid-19 hit the world with a hammer and brought all travel to a standstill, Bunny managed to make an extended visit to Arizona. She had not visited the unofficial Grand Canyon State before, but it immediately became one of her favourites.Bunny went to Arizona to hike and to enjoy its wild nature. She […]

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Alternative to The Wave in Coyote Buttes

You have probably seen photos of The Wave, even if you have no clue where or what it is. The Wave became an internet sensation in 2009 when Microsoft launched Windows 7, using photos taken at The Wave for its desktop wallpaper.The popularity of The Wave exploded soon afterwards, further helped by the launch of […]

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Utah’s Mighty 5 in 7 Days

Bunny spent a generous two months in Southwest USA last year. One of the highlights of her trip was exploring Utah’s “Mighty 5” which comprises the amazing National Parks of Zion, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Arches and Canyonlands.These five iconic National Parks have gorgeous, diverse landscapes and some of the best hiking in the world. […]

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Bunny’s Travel Highlights 2019

Forrest Gump Point in Monument Valley

The year 2019 was possibly Bunny’s best travel year ever, and that is saying something. Somehow, quite by accident really, she found herself travelling non-stop, visiting some of the most beautiful places in the world and having amazing experiences left and right.Looking back on 2019, she feels like a very privileged little Bunny indeed. Check […]

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Vienna Wine Hiking Day

One of Bunny’s favourite things to do in her adopted home town of Vienna is the annual Wine Hiking Day. It should be called a Wine Hiking Weekend, really, as it covers two days but let’s not split hairs here.Vienna’s Wine Hiking Day usually takes place at the end of September. Sadly, Bunny will miss […]

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Bunny Does Capitol Reef in One Day

Capitol Reef National Park in Southern Utah is one of the “Mighty 5” of Utah’s National Parks.Its desert landscape encompasses a long “wrinkle” in the earth known as the Waterpocket Fold, and the surrounding scenery includes spectacular canyons, domes, bridges, striking rock formations and layers and layers of colourful sandstone.Despite being as gorgeous as it […]

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Bunny Does Zion National Park’s Easy Hikes

Weeping Rock in Zion National Park

Bunny visited Zion National Park in early spring, shortly after some unexpectedly severe weather had hit the region. As a result, many of the popular hiking trails in Zion were closed. While Bunny initially lamented this (and Mr. Bunny secretly rejoiced), they ended up enjoying a number of very scenic hikes – most of them […]

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Central Asia Highlights

Shakhi Zinda in Samarkand

Bunny knows Central Asia fairly well. She has spent considerable time in the region and visited most of the places of interest, with some notable exceptions.Lake Issyk-Kul in Kyrgyzstan still remains on Bunny’s bucket list as well as Tajikistan’s Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Region. Otherwise, she has pretty much covered the whole region.It’s now been a few […]

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