The tourist town of Moab is dwarfed by the red rock that surrounds it.

Here you can stock up on fuel, grab lunch or an ice-cream (we recommend the Brewery for both), stay in a cheap motel,

browse trinket shops

(some of which are doing better than others)

and shelter from the heat.

If you feel like a coffee, though, you must go here. The Moab Coffee Roasters roast their own beans, and without a doubt serve the nicest coffee I’ve tasted since arriving in the US. It was so strong that it gave me a headache later in the day, but it was worth it.


4 thoughts on “Moab

    • pretty funny, hey! there was also a coffee cart called ‘wicked brew’ but we didn’t try that one out. in the moab coffee roasters there was a sign that said ‘death before decaff’. in such a strongly mormon place coffee feels for the first time like an illicit pleasure!

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