A: Where to next?
Me: Grand Canyon!
A: which rim?
Me: what rim?
A: You've got 3 hours to decide and research on Grand Canyon
I have no idea why, but I've always thought that the water of Niagara Falls flow backwards. Like instead of water going down, it's rising up. Sad to say, the gravity-defying waterfall of my dreams does not exist.
Btw, an unfortunate story...
This is embarassing but I have a confession to make, truth is during "the planning phase" I've been reading the map wrong all this while, thinking that D.C and Washington is the same until my friend was like "why do you keep saying D.C is far away from NY?!" Okay, so I'm not very good with geography, sue me. I'm pretty sure half the people out there didn't know abou this too. Right?
For Malaysians just to visit US, you have to get a visa, and the visa itself is pretty hard to get. I heard that it's better if you're a non-muslim but I have a friend who failed to get his visa TWICE. So yes, this is a post on how I manage to get my visa with a 99% success rate, manage to somewhat-land a job that allows me to travel for a month to 9 places across the country with only "the initial amount i pay."
Okay so I like I mentioned previously, I worked for 3 months before I started travelling so that's kinda cheating. So when I mean 10,000 it's the amount of money I spent coming to USA (inclusive of visa, flight tickets and pocket money). Here's the breakdown of it: