Driving in Australia was such an adventure.
We actually didn't have any accidents, and we made it to our destinations in a fairly timely manner, but boy, was the driving a key source of stress!
I so wish we'd learned Sarah's "Roundabout Song" early on in our journey.
She didn't make up this song, but she is totally famous for singing it. She once called in and performed it on a radio show in Washington when the local citizens were having a hard time navigating the new roundabouts there, and the station played it over and over and over again. (Of course, the clockwise/counter-clockwise and left/right parts were edited.)
I hope you enjoy this as much as we did!
Here's a little video of my first time driving on the left-hand side of the road. (I don't expect anyone to take the time to watch it . . . I put it up mainly for my children's sake.)
And, of course, we had Ashton and Alia in the back seat holding this great sign that reads, "Sorry! We're Americans."
They held this up to the window whenever Saren or I made a mistake with our driving.
Someday I will make a sign to hold up while Alia is driving. Not sure what it will say yet, but I'm going to make it very good.
Oh, it's fun to laugh together.
Do you have any funny driving stories?