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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 …
... dinner as well. For the day today we decide to go to the famous San Diego Zoo, it's boiling hot and we don't get there until noon, but. We park the car easily and enter the park, it's in Balboa park and on a very hilly site and being America, there is a bus tour for people to take to start with, it's really good and gives an overview of the zoo and the driver gives a good tour all the way round. After the tour we go for a lunch ...
... a savior in years to come. Any country in the world and you purchase the sim with a new cell# each time and there you go. I found in the U.S. you have to have your phone for 2 years before the phone companies unlock it for you to use internationally. It is all so complicated and expensive, but also found using an app called "WhatsApp" costs only 1 Swiss franc vs 12 Swiss franc for a text. Everyone using it though, has to be on the Whatsapp.
... home is) and into Los Angeles, which is difficult to avoid. Being about 5 pm on a weekday we did expect a bit of traffic delay. It just crawled though the 60 miles (100 km) across LA from Hollywood to Capistrano but it is still urban for a bit south. The scale of this city is hard to put into context.
We were to meet up with Terry in San Diego, a friend Rosie has connected with via an app ...
... awesome! just look at them!! the noise and smell of the stadium was crazy and the cheers when some driver flung his vehicle twenty/thirty/forty feet into the air was deafening! the highpoint of the evening came with the last truck - the Gravedigger is hugely popular and the driver hit the track like Lucifer was behind the wheel, by the end of his run, his trick was wrecked and the track was reduced to dust. the baying crowd were going nuts and so were we!!!