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... then a 13 hour sleep with plans to leave for my first trail the next day. So since then I've been on the pacific crest trail now for 2 days which has been brilliant, but hot. I have plans to be on this trail For the next 2 months. It was eventful 2 days across the desert, with quickly diminishing water supplies (had to carry enough for 24 miles), tarantulas and unrelenting dry heat. I'm now in a sweet town called Wrightwood, staying in ...
... at where you want to go and want to do and budget
for it. Better to have a few pot noodles for dinner and share a tiny
dorm with 10 others in maybe not the cleanest of places if it means
you can then do a leap of faith from a plane right? Of course, people
put priority on different things, just be aware of what you are
comfortable with and what you want to do and save the money for it
before you leave/work whilst travelling to get the money you ...
... for the phones. We arrived at opening time and felt like we appeared the odd-white people out here in South Central.
We had coffee and water at the McDonalds there waiting for the T-mobile to open. They were awesome and the guy there knew straight away and sorted us out.
While driving out of LA we were waiting at the lights when two guys waiting to cross - one was afro combing the other's hair - as they cross the road the guy with ...
... as much as I'd hoped but it was still an amazing day. We particularly loved the Mickey's Magical Map show and the Pirates of the Carribean ride. Disappointed that It's a Small World was shut for renovations and we ran out of time for Raiders of the Lost Ark. It was very busy (turned out it was Spring Break). We have never before seen so many strollers in one place! Thank goodness for a shuttle home as at the end of the day I had no energy left to ...
... have to be our least favourite city. The city felt like it was stuck in the 90s where the rich and beautiful lived side by side with the run-down and poor. This was clearly evident by the mansions we drove past on our way up the hills to see the Hollywood sign whilst 2 minutes away, there were neighbourhoods lined with derelict houses. It did indeed provide a spectacular view. With the sun starting to set over us, we then made a mad dash to Venice Beach, just in ...