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Me: Here is my Thailand License but I can show you my UK one if that’s better?’ I guess that didn’t help
Officer: Do you know the speed limit?
Me: 55,65,70? It seems to change in different places.
Officer: Do you know how fast you were going?
He ended up letting us off with a stern warning and we were off on ...
We arrived about 12 noon into Las Vegas ... It was a lovely drive from Burstow where we had stayed last night , although was rather chilly overnight as we were up in the mountains. On the drive in we saw many mountain ranges and at one stage we reached 4000 feet. We eventually found a motel and dropped off our bags. We then needed to get the car back to the airport and then got the shuttle bus back to the motel. It is strange not having a car now. Liz was ready to paint the ...
... and the Coca-Cola in the hotel room fridge is about $8.00 a can. I can’t help feel a tiny bit patronized here, but whatever: it’s Vegas, land of price gouging.
Some packing advice of usefulness: Bring a long-cable surge protector/power strip for hotel rooms and a power inverter (I use a 200W) for your car. Both have been invaluable so far with providing power to our devices.
Enjoy the pictures and my mischief!
... breakfast, Sean, one of the boatmen explained what the day would be like so we knew what to expect & how we could all help to expedite things since this would be our last day on the river. We then helped the guides break down the kitchen & revved up our very proficient raft loading team.
We were about to jump on the raft when Jon asked all of us to join him in the shade (which translated under one small tamarisk ...
... a shopping mall, 7 swimming pools, numerous bars, cafés and restaurants, a nightclub, a beach club, a waterfall, not to mention the city of Venice complete with St. Marks square and, of course, the canals! We looked around the shops as the punting boats and their opera singing drivers cruised by. Our room on the 37th floor was, in true Vegas style, supersized! The Palazzo advertises the fact that it only has suites, no rooms, and this was definitely the case. The biggest ...