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Chris Boothman is the co-founder of A Brit and A Southerner. Born near Manchester, England, Chris moved to USA in 2006 where he soon after met his wife and travel partner in crime, Heather. They have since embarked on an amazing journey of travel as they challenge others to follow in their paths of working full-time but also being able to travel frequently! If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact Chris at [email protected]
One of our favorite vacations we have taken was in December 2012 when we went to the Land of Oz – AUSTRALIA. To coin the phrase ‘Down Under’, Australia is a perfect location for anyone in the northern hemisphere that wants to head south in the winter and celebrate Christmas and/or New Year in the sun. Gorgeous weather, pristine beaches and...
brisbane cricket ground
For all our American readers out there, please read on even though you may not at all think you are interested in the game of cricket. I have been fortunate enough to grow up surrounded by cricket, in England of course cricket is one of the leading sports along with Football and Rugby. So when we decided to go...
Today featuring in our series of 'Travel Blogger Interviews' is Anastasia Sofia from Gallivant Girl as we continue our SUNDAY SOCIAL theme! Please feel free to comment, ask questions and connect with Anastasia using her various social media fronts listed below. We would like to give a special THANK YOU to Anastasia for taking time to interview with us! Name: Anastasia Sofia Hometown: Sheffield, Yorkshire (United Kingdom) Website: Gallivant...
If you are looking to really push the boat out and find a global location that has 'ultimate relaxation' written all over it, you won't find many better spots that Mauritius. You may first ask - where in the world is Mauritius located? Set in the heart of the Indian Ocean off the East coast of Africa, Mauritius is...
willis tower chicago
Standing at over 1400 ft, Willis Tower is one of the tallest skyscrapers in the world. We had previously visited the summit of the Empire State Building in New York City, NY but at 200 ft taller, the Willis Tower was going to prove to be another landmark. The Willis Tower is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere and is...
If there is one thing about traveling frequently that never gets old, it has to be taking random road trips to different places. To be fair, our road trips are generally not that random in terms of not knowing where we are heading though I am not ruling out such ventures in the future. If you have a planned destination...
It's been a few weeks since we last introduced a fellow travel blogger, but here we go again with another great installment of 'Travel Blogger Interviews'. We would like to welcome Burcu Basar as we continue our SUNDAY SOCIAL theme! Please feel free to comment, ask questions and connect with Burcu using her various social media fronts listed below. We would like to...
Arriving in the United States in 2006, I really had no idea what the whole fuss was about over Thanksgiving at the end of November every year. In reality I just thought this was just another holiday that was celebrated and folks used this as an excuse to be off work for a few days to celebrate with their...
What was your last Tweet? When did you last update your status on Facebook? Where did you last check-in at on Foursquare? Have you pinned any new cool things on Pinterest? If you have answered all of the above questions, you are probably just like a mass of other people that are out there in the wonderful world of social...
We have another installment of 'Travel Blogger Interviews' today, and we would like to welcome Danielle Smith from Social Nomad as we continue our SUNDAY SOCIAL theme! Please feel free to comment, ask questions and connect with Danielle using her various social media fronts listed below. We would like to give a special THANK YOU to Danielle for taking time to interview with...