At least you all have the good sense to drive on the right. Unlike, say, Australia. I'm not sure what kind of a Fisher-Price country THOSE guys are running.
Seriously, though, I am forced to admit that all of my best travel experiences were in Canada- and not just because we share many common cultural referents. Someday I'll get to Australia and New Zealand, and maybe that'll change. And in a lot of ways I'm trying to figure out how we Americans, alone among the ex-British colonies, somehow went wrong on the population thing. I mean, Canada has all of 33 million inhabitants, and Australia- an entire continent- has 22 million. And then here we are, cramming 308 millions into one little country. There's something basically awry with the way we are slowly become more and more European, compared to you guys, who are retaining your more intimate 'frontier' character a bit more gracefully.