Comfort Inn Cockatoo Near LAX Airport
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Room was beautiful, yellow walls, cherry furniture, full size kitchen and bath, great balcony.
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We've arrived safe and sound in LA. I must start this blog with a story that starts in Caloundra Qld last Friday. I was having lunch with my mate Roy at a Thai restaurant when a lady heard me mention Sturgis. She told us her husband was leaving for Sturgis on the same flight as us. I kept an ear and eye out for Adrian at the airport, a BMW rider …
... lunch period,” I recount. “They had music, spot lights, and an emcee dressed as the Joker from Batman, who announced each contestant when it was our turn to walk out from behind the curtain. The audience roared when I walked out on stage, and swung my hips down that runway like a professional model.”
“Did you win?” Cherub asks.
“Yes, I won for the ‘Funniest Costume,’” ...
... story. He kept recommending we go stay at the hostel in Santa Monica, it sounded very dodgy and we were wondering if he was trying to sell us drugs. Real interesting neighbourhood we were staying in.
Felt amazing to get home, eat some food, shower and then collapse straight into our beds. I had a blister on my ankle from my sandals and all our muscles were cramped from walking at least 15km today. Great night sleep though after we watched a bit of TV.
We have finally arrived in LA! The girls are very excited.
This morning the girls and I had a nice game of horse shoes at the campsite before we set off for Palm Springs. On the road to Palm Springs we saw an enormous wind farm. There must have been at least 300 windmills. Most were working although the odd one in a row wasn't.
Palm Springs is where the rich and famous play. It is a lush green town with lots of gated communities and ...
... or our poorer NZ cousins (haha, I'm joking, honest, I love you guys...wait, is there even anyone from NZ reading this? Never mind!) Hilarity, hijinks, and lots of cheap alcohol ensue, and by the end of the night I can't remember much, but I'm pretty sure that everyone had a great night! I think! The next day I decided to take it a little easier. After getting up rather late I headed off to a nearby DFO called "The Castle" (sadly not in the shape of an actual castle!) for ...