If you want to see this Christmas you don’t really have to visit the North Pole. All you need is to track Santa’s actual location with the help of NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command).
Every year NORAD tracks down Santa’s flight plan from the moment he leaves the North Pole and starts delivering presents all over the world. In fact NORAD claims to have been doing this for 50 years now! So if you want to catch Santa red-handed you definitely should visit the NORAD Tracks Santa website and download Google Earth.
Anyway, looking at Santa’s stops during the previous years it seems that he has a penchant for stopping by really cool places to travel like the Sydney Opera House, the Eiffel Tower, the Reindeer Lake at Manitoba, Central Park and Lady Liberty, and the beaches of Hawaii. So my suggestion this Christmas is that if you want to catch a glimpse of Santa you’d better head to some cool tourist spot and turn on your laptop on Christmas eve. Who knows if you snap
a photo exactly at midnight you might be pleasantly surprised to see a silhouette of a reindeer flying over the Great Wall of China. Now that would be a remarkable Christmas vacation, won’t it?