Australians - +John Fanavans+Gem Hodges anyone. My friend will be traveling to Australia soon for a short 7 day trip, and obviously wants to have a/her phone with. Don't know her service provider but international roaming doesn't sound too good to her. What are her best options to have a phone while she's there? Should add, she needs to be able to communicate through there as well as to us, wifi won't always be available obviously Andis extra charged even in her hotel (really???). Thanks
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So most of my driving is long distance via GPS in the United States. There's not a whole lot of chance of seeing different languages and I am already planning on driving 900 miles. I would however realize that I was going the wrong direction if I was planning on going somewhere southwest and instead had been driving east for a long period of time. Especially if my destination was supposed to be 90 miles away, that first gas stop would have been an excellent time to check the GPS and figure out where you're going.
+glenda torrence lol made me smile. I can see how someone not used to it can get a little intimidated by these big machines coming behind them. They give you room and people let you move over, never really a problem :)