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Our last day. Very sad to be going home but looking forward to seeing family. Mackie is ready and seems excited to be seeing his NZ cuzzies. Courtney and Kim left to go to the supermarket as Jason has friends coming for a BBQ and Courtney wants to buy a few treats to take home. I hung out a home with Mackie as I am not feeling very well - I think its a cold. At 11ish we all piled into Krittys car and she dropped us at the beach. Zoe and Jordan had riden ...
... blood, fake saucepans for banging actors heads. One of the highlights of the tour was the chance to go on the set of "Friends" Perk Café, everything left as it was - we got to sit on the original Friends couch.
We learnt about the green set, Mum and I had a go at some acting for a finished photo shoot, and it worked out well, Mum is a better actor than me though!
... On to Batman: the ride. Kristen sat this one out because she wasn't feeling too hot. I should've waited with her. This one kicked my butt. The twirls and hills were awesome but the abrupt stop got me really dizzy and messed with my stomach. As much as I wanted to go on Superman with the boys, I just knew if I did, I'd be hurting the rest of the day. Kristen and I both just sat down while they went and got to ...
... that - a visit to Universal Studios. Perry summed it up nicely on Facebook so I've attached a picture of what he said, rather than try to write it all up myself. A big day, but a wonderful one. Really enjoyed the rides, and the opportunity to see real parts of the working movie studios. Tomorrow - another tour. So need to get some sleep to recover from a massive day. ...
... as we walked around, they began to remember being there before.
Left UCSB and continued towards Valencia. In the car, we talked about our impressions of the two schools. An interesting contrast emerged. Charlie like Cal Poly better because it is compact and built on a hill. The buildings are literally almost on top of each other. It's a very pedestrian friendly campus and feels "small" because it's ...
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