Driving across the U.S.A. with a busload of rowdy Australian
twenty-somethings can be challenging, but to seasoned tour manager
Everett McCarty it was just another day on the job, even when the
job involved prostitutes and enraged fiancees. For six years, he
shepherded crowds of frequently-inebriated young tourists across
the United States, giving him a unique perspective on the nation's
spirit and national temperament. Eager to squeeze as much out of
their holiday as possible, the young vacationers tended to be a
fun-loving bunch, always ready to party and flirt with trouble.
Their adventures and misadventures form the often-humorous backdrop
against which McCarty outlines his thoughts on the joys and
benefits of travelling.
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