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... and she clearly didn't want to go in the direction I first chose. Rather than insist on my way, I decided to let her choose the direction of our short walk around Saltair. Maybe this was the indication for me that it is not my way, but rather a different path that I will walk for the next few weeks.
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... then the Packers got in front and I thought that was it but the 49ers got back in front to win. Lucky for us I reckon and the girls got smart and headed for the bus a couple of minutes before the end of the game! We are back on the bus and once we get going it takes us ages to get back to Pier 39 because we have football traffic, there was a fire in town and a crash that has all contributed to us having to take the long way home, at least we got to see some of ...
Top 5 - Petting a Shark in Fiji's coral Coast - Trekking and camping the 'W' at Torres del Paine in Patagonia - Free falling 200 feet (63 meters) on a bungy cord - Swimming with Dolphins - Trekking in the Nepalese Himalayas to Annapurna Base Camp during monsoon season Other Notable Memories (in chronological order) - Biking, Hiking, and zip lining to Machupichhu - Pulling an all-nighter in Santiago due to no vacancy and ...
... bar until 1am. Playing king cup is never a good idea if you are traveling at 7:30am the next morning. Lol after 4 midoris (American style, 2 shots per drink), a jäger bomb, and a pink shot the bar tender made us all when we surrounded the bar and then more drinks once we got back to one of the others room. This trip so far has contained a heap of partying and early mornings, looking forward to LA where we can chill out and wake up late :) ...
... elders who provided political and business legitimacy and people involved with organized crime who provided unreported income and street muscle, these crime hotels became regarded as the epitome of gambling entertainment. Even with the general knowledge that some of the owners of these casino resorts had dubious backgrounds, by 1954, over 8 million people were visiting Las Vegas annually pumping $200 million into the casinos. Gambling was no longer the only attraction; ...
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