Las Vegas is our first and last port of call before and after the Burning Man festival. Although both deserts are crossed daily by thousands of people – visitors or locals – they couldn’t be more different in nature.
I’ve enjoyed the Burning Man festival in all its’ glory. I’ve tasted love, fear, anger, happiness and a lot of dust. To help you make the most of this festival, I’ll share some of the lessons I’ve learnt.
So long as you dare to live in the now and step out of your comfort zone, Burning Man will allow you to do things you wouldn’t do at home, and you should be as proud of them as I am, that’s why you find here an uncensored version of events…
Burning Man changes you, but often in subtle ways. This festival is unlikely to supply answers to all your life questions. Whilst every festival, and certain life moments can and do change you, Burning Man is special, as it does possess an uncanny knack of giving you just what you need.
We start searching for the correct time – Black Rock City is laid out like a clock – and park our RV. We are immediately struck by an awe-inspiring landscape. It is both heart stopping and humbling; a sight that completely takes your breath away.
After two exciting days in Las Vegas – filled with everything from the breathtaking spectacle of Cirque du Soleil to delicious sushi at the impressive MGM – we couldn’t have felt any more overwhelmed and longing for Burning Man.
The Burning Man festival operates on a gift economy, this means you share what you own and help one another out. When you meet new people whom you especially like, you give them a treat or share your food and drinks with them.