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... I ask him to take me to Huntington Beach which is about 1 hour from my hotel. I enjoy the ride in the cab and pass by some amazing things on the way; we arrive an hour later. The traffic in the US is so busy, people everywhere, but I got here safely. I give the cab driver some money and I set off for the beach, this isn't just a normal beach, this beach is world known and I'm so stocked to surf this wave. I ...
... at the beach and then at about tea time we walked along to Manhattan Beach and got a burger with two other girls who were in their room. It's like surfers paradise, I capsized a couple of times and just flailed around the sea waiting till the wave decided to throw me back up! It's a beautiful beach to. Seems exactly what I was looking for in the Californian experience. Later we went to a bar near the hostel, they ...
I'd heard Little Tokyo was worth a look so I got the metro over there. If was sweet, but exactly what it says on the tin...little! I ended up in the downtown area and not happy to be there. LA has so many homeless people, more than I have ever seen in London and Downtown is the pits. It's literally like Skid Row. Horrible, it's just so sad; all to ...
... which is effectively a 4D cinema but there are minions so you have to love it and afterwards you get to dance on screen with minions!! There are hilarious!! Walked out of the ride and saw an Irish Bar, Dad was itching to go so we headed over and 2 pints if Guinness and Angry Orchard later and we are on route to Shrek 4D (much funnier when you've had a few pints!!) and the Blue Brothers (I wasn't that impressed so did a bit ...
That pretty much summarizes our short visit to LA… After
about a month in South America it was good to be back in the western world, a
slight return to normalcy, a little break from the tour. We stayed with my good
friend Ben who studies at Pepperdine University, and like so many times before
always (and like Salvador) he was truly the ...