Daniel and Majella have always dreamed of going on a road trip across America, and when an invitation to play in North Dakota came up, the opportunity was too good to pass.
Deciding to take a less direct route to the concert, Daniel and Majella landed in Chicago a few weeks before and took a unique road trip deep through the Mid-West of America in an RV.
Before taking the journey, Daniel called out to his US fans, taking to American radio looking for suggestions on where they should go and what they should experience on their journey to Minot, North Dakota.
Ideas came flooding in and the journey was mapped out – once again Daniel and Majella wanted to try things they had never done before, meet some old friends and, of course, make lots of new ones.
However, the romance of hitting the open road in an RV is very different to the reality. The scenery of Wisconsin, Minnesota, South and North Dakota is breathtaking, and the rolling plains of The Badlands are stunning, but life in an RV would test any couple.
There were a lot of miles to be covered and wrong turns taken, never mind trying to stay cool when the Highway Police pull you in for a chat. To make matters worse, at the end of a long day on the road, beds still have to be made in the back of the RV, concerns about bears approaching in the middle of the night are high, and worst of all, toilets need to be cleaned out in the morning.
There are lots of laughs, some tears and tons of surprises in Daniel and Majella’s USA Road Trip. Put your seat belt on and strap yourself in for this journey of a life time.
In the first installment of Daniel and Majella’s USA Road Trip, we see the couple being introduced to their new RV for the first time; Daniel and Majella try their hands at baseball at the home of the Milwaukee Brewers, Miller Park; the Mad City Water Ski Team in Wisconsin teach them a thing or two about cruising the lakes; and they ride Elvis Presley’s favourite rollercoaster, the Zippin Pippin, one of the oldest existing wooden rollercoasters in the United States.