Travels across the Pond: W-i-s-c-on then you add a little sin
Farmer's Market in Madison
Baseball and tailgating!
The Wisconsin State Fair
A boot shaped glass full of 3 litres of beer that you weren't allowed to put down until it was finished...
A Thai temple in the middle of a beautiful garden and some flowers...
Canoeing times! Apologies for the awful photo of me...
Corn fields near my friend's house
Cliche American photo!
So yes, these are the rest of the less questionable photos from my travels to the US. We basically ended up wandering all over Wisconsin, which is in the Midwest and not particularly seen as a coveted tourist destination, but it is a little bit wonderful and we had so much fun.
Tailgating is officially my new favourite past time, it's basically where you sit in a car park before a baseball or football game, drink a lot of beer, barbecue things and play yard games, it's a whole bunch of fun, you should go try it in your local Asda and see what happens!
We ventured to a few rather beautiful places between the boots of beer... Including the Olbrich Gardens and the Farmer's Market in Madison where I took a few cheeky snaps of some veggies. In the Olbrich Gardens there is a Thai pavillion hidden away amongst the roses and sunken gardens, which was built in Thailand, disassembled then re-built in good ol' Wisconsin and it is one of only 4 located out of Thailand, a little bit fancy I'm sure you'll agree. I like me some facts.
Also, I thought it was a little bit necessary to include an American flag, it just has to be done! Normal posting will resume as of tomorrow, honest.