As I have been spending more time in England, I notice more cultural differences between the two countries. Of course, we do share the same language (sort of) but other things that have surprised me. Let’s take road trips as an example. You might think doing a road trip in the UK might be the same as one in the US. Of course there are similarities, but I thought I would share some of the differences I noticed on my recent UK road trip to the Isle of Skye.
The most obvious difference is the side of the road that you drive on. In the US, we drive on the right side so obviously that means in the UK you have to drive on the wrong side. Luckily, I have Russell who is used to this and drove the whole time! For those of you that have never driven on the left, Katherine did not have issues driving on the left in Anguilla. (more…)