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We woke up to King Blues at about 7:45 but Ryan had a shower and it wasn't until about 8:30 that I got up and went in the shower. We packed up and checked out at about 9:20. We drove to old town, parked, and went to the old town transit centre where we bought a drink and asked about how we would get to Mexico. The answer was to get a travel card for $5 and travel down the green and blue lines to the end of the line to the border. We got out and followed ...
Day two of being in the trunk and it isn't going so well. I'm starting to memerioze the voice of one of the guy and it finally came up to my brain that he was one of my friends from elementary school. His name was Osama Bin Laden de La Cruz. When they stopped I asked them if the was him and he was ...
... and it
was too expensive to replace so they left it.
I never knew that!
From there we went to look along
the streets of Hollywood stars, unfortunately now buses are not allowed in the
streets so that was a non event, so now onto Rodeo Drive. Oh my, is it ‘out there’ YES, over the top
‘YES’, we went for a walkabout. No price
tags always means expensive? The only
price tag I found was in a jewellery ...
So when I last left ye I was coming to the end of my stint in Los Angeles. Our last full day was a busy one. Myself and Holly set off early as our first port of call was a city called El Monte which is East of LA. Getting around LA without a car is a total nightmare and made me really miss and appreciate the tube! We got two buses and a train (27$ for two stops - also a rip off!) The purpose of our visit was somewhat spiritual.
My Great Aunt who ...
Caught the greyhound bus down to San Ysidro, the final town in the US before crossing into Mexico. It was a simple matter of walking over a footbridge & we were in Tijuana - no checking of passports or anything, they obviously let anybody in. It certainly was an experience, the hassling started as soon as you cross the border. Taxis queued up wanting to give you a lift somewhere, then when you get to ...