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... on our way, first stop-welcome to Las Vegas sign. Skipping the line to take a photo from the side we were then on our way to the hotel. Drove past the pyramid and Egypt hotel. Must go back there to take photos. I was able to check in early and the room is very nice, with a balcony. Feels so big with little old me rattling around inside. Unpacked - kind of - and headed out for a walk. Found the bellagio hotel and the fountains were on ...
... the chips. Perfect!
Not long after we got back from lunch, everyone started packing away for the day. Bill offered the choice of taking the boat back up the Parramatta River to where the trailer was waiting. Of course we said yes but we did feel a bit mean not going back with Nigel & Cath. They assured us they were very happy for us to take the boat so off we shot again, this time with Laura and Callum on ...
... there are a lot of very Large Christmas Trees and Decorations all along the streets, including a massive Lego Christmas Tree which Big D would love. I will have to come here during the evening when it's all lit up. No run tonight, I've hurt my left hamstring and have bought some ice gel to try and calm it down, probably going to rest it till the weekend because I want to do plenty of beach running then. Tom cooked tonight and it was ...
... authentic Indian food like Dosai. Viji was even kind enough to stop of at the local supermarket so we could load up on water and get some snacks. The drive through local towns leading to Denarau Island was a real eye opener for Dre Dre. We made sure he had his eyes firmly focused outside to see how people from other parts of the world live. 20 mins later we cross the bridge to Denarau Island, Denaaru Is is pretty much a man made island built on ...
... of it you walk down there are hawkers trying to sell you something (mostly tours of Hollywood), but also lots of homeless people and beggars. It seems to me to be a street of stars and people with stars in their eyes.
We travel by subway, then bus to the Fashion District and it is vast. Because we aren't really sure where we should be looking and/or where the best bargains are we wander aimlessly for a while. This is definitely a part of LA you ...