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... in the House of Blues at Mandalay Bay. We could see the hotel from Flamingo and thought it’s only down the road; little did we know it was over 2 miles away! The strip was never ending and it took ages just to get from one side of the road to another, over bridges and through hotels. Took over an hour to get there but saw so much on the way, MGM, New York New York, Bellagio, Luxor… the list goes on… and everything looked so much better at night with all the ...
... decided to go straight to Groveland just outside the park where Ible and I intended to stay for the night. We ate at the oldest saloon in California and watched the first game of the World Series. It was a good night.
After our meal and drinks we retired to our hostel room so that would wake up early enough to make it to our morning tour. We rose with the sun and left for our tour in the park. The tour itself was a lot of fun. Our tour guide was ...
With the strong stench of the casinos convincing us that a walk outdoors would be better, we headed down the strip to see what made each casino famous. In the first instance we visited the Bellagio musical fountains which were superb, then onto the Flamingos outdoor habitat to see the flamingos, the gondola ride at the Venetian, and finally the volcano erupting at the Mirage.
For lunch we finally had the chance to try Bubba Gumps ...
... that when Ashleigh tried calling me a friendly policeman answered my phone and told her where I was. I'm informed that Ash and Gill turned up and chucked me in a taxi which took me home. Mark was blootered as well and was sleeping in a bar himself while all this was going on. Not my finest moment, but we live and learn.
There are no words to describe the hangover. It was horrendous. It was hell. I wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy. The merciless desert heat ...
... out of stucco and are surrounded by lush trees. My brother's building looks like it was built with mud bricks and has some palm trees, droopy trees, and red gravels around it. It's very distinct. He even has little cacti on his porch, haha. Since coming back from his travels in Southeast Asia, my brother has become a total crunchy, environmental, enlightened hippie (on the inside anyway; on ...
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