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As we arrived back from Grand Canyon I was exhausted and wanted to just go to bed, but being in Vegas for last night idea shuts of my brain and quickly goes into let's party. In the hostel we are staying I met a Russian guy who is like all of us traveling while he can. As we bonded we ended up going down the strip to get a drink. The night was full …
... back into the States. We had to wait a painful 2 and a half hours in the line to get back!! What a pain in the ****!! Everyone in Mexico seemed to be trying to get back into the US. We were thankful to finally get back and we were all starving so we stopped for a feed at Macaz before catching the train back to the hotel. We chilled out at the hotel for a few hours freshening up before heading back down to the Main Street to get some more Mexican food and Margaritas for ...
After months of waiting tomorrow is finally the day! As the clocks ticks closer to take off my emotions keep bouncing from excited to anxious back to excited. Most of my nerves are of the unknown, not about where I am going. I know that once I get there and see what I'm dealing with I'll feel better. I wanted an adventure and hope that I don't get more than I bargained for (look up tumbu fly if you want an example of something I'm hoping to avoid)!
After about three trips ...
... risotto. Delish! Listened to music at the martini bar. Went thru the shops, visited with people along the way. Back to room for an afternoon rest. Sushi at 5;30, back to room for some crochet time. To dinner at 8:30. Table for 6, only one other couple there. Liz & Ben from Beaumont ca. Had a great meal. Veal chop and creamy polenta. Our waiter took quite a whole to come to our table. Alit is his name. Not much personality. Walked around the ship for awhile. To room for the ...
... mixed dorm with 12 others! The next morning we drove on Route 1 along the coastline stopping at so many amazing beaches- Carmel, The Big Sur, San Luis Obispo, Cayicos, Morro Bay and Ended up staying in a motel in Pismo Beach :) We left there pretty early and drove to Santa Barbara but had no luck with hostels there so ended up in another motel a few towns south ...
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