Holiday Inn Express Century City
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... the back up with the Franks family near the Sprinkles cupcakery. They were delayed so Liam and I had a cupcake whilst we waited. I had lemon coconut and Liam had vanilla with sprinkles... Delicious! We met back up with the Franks who let us know they were planning to meet up with the other USA families in town at the moment... I was conscious of the fact that our hotel had a guest laundry open until 8pm and I was desperate to do some ...
... and headed down to mercado 28 - an artisanal market around the corner from my hostal. I was shocked at what I thought were quite expensive prices - $6 for a headband, $5 for a sarong etc. I didn't buy much, but enjoyed looking around. I then headed back to my hostal for a lay down before going back out again for some tacos and churros at the night market. It was then back to bed, as I had an early start for my tour to Chichen Itza. Chichen Itza is Mayan ruins and one of ...
... do on a 13 hour flight? A bit of eating... Talking... Laughing..... Eating..... Drinking...... Weeing... Crying... Walking... Movie watching... Flight tracking... And just an hour of sleep And on reflection, who would ever, ever, ever consider giving a mini hot dog to the #Fab5. Seriously, by that time they really should have known it would lead to pandemonium. The first truly censored moment of the trip. But who cares. We made it to LA at ...
... got a taste of how the Americans like to play their footy, loved spending the time with the boys and building good relationships with everyone, shopping was amazing and sight seeing was great. Brayton
Was a mean trip fun playing rugby with the boys over here and experiencing America with everyone. All and all trip was a good adventure couldn't have been better really.
Great to see the way Americans play rugby, the 6 games ...
... is weird! Yes, it was cool to see people we recognise from TV and stuff but ultimately they are just people, I don’t need to see where they live. It seems awfully invasive, I’d hate it if it were me so wasn’t about to participate.
Our tour was a tour of Hollywood, mainly being shown buildings and told about the history of the area by our driver and guide John, now and forever dubbed the most cynical tour guide in the world. It was hilarious ...