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Our friends the Globetrotter Girls are planning an East Coast road trip from New York to New Orleans and asked for our recommendations as we have done several East Coast road trips when we lived in the US. Living in North Carolina Read more >
Happy Independence Day American friends. I hope wherever in the world you are, you are celebrating your special day in a special way. Living in America helped us to understand why this day is so important to you and to Read more >
On our first visit to Los Angeles, we were looking for an experience outside the norm of Hollywood boulevard, celebrity tours and Malibu Beach. While we enjoyed doing these things, I remained somewhat LA unfulfilled; I had no wow memories Read more >
We spent almost ten days in Los Angeles, California staying on Melrose Avenue, and then moving to the more enjoyable beachside town of Hermosa Beach. Since then we have flown in and out of LA a couple of times staying Read more >
Our four day Grand Canyon Vacation was one of many mini-vacations all rolled into one during our three month road trip across the USA. I have wanted to visit the Grand Canyon for as long as I can remember, and Read more >
Are you looking for some San Francisco Travel Tips? We always like to ask our community for tips, so we put the question to our Facebook fan page community who were willing to oblige. The questions were based on things Read more >
Only once I left the United States did I realized that I had grown up in a culture that values xenophobia. Perhaps that sounds harsh, but there is a subtle undercurrent in our country that teaches us that the U.S. has everything you could possibly want in life. We’re large, we have a range of […]
Growing up as a kid in Australia, I was never a basketball fan, let alone a Michael Jordan fan. For me it was all about Rugby League and Cricket. We didn’t have cable TV back then and basketball courts were Read more >
One of our great traveling memories was spending Christmas in New York City back in 2003. In total we spent 10 days in New York over the Christmas and New Years period and we had an amazing time. Our New Read more >
I’m shucking my mantle of sophistication here on A Little Adrift to admit I’m a Harry Potter geek. And as a Florida native-born and raised, it overjoyed me to learn that the Universal Studios Orlando had bought the rights to develop a Harry Potter World. Yes, please! I wasn’t always a huge fan; I caught onto […]

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A Big 5 Safari in Kruger National Park

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