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... a big road with a massive amount of tourists and souvenir shops and coach trips etc. It was good to see all the celebrity names on the floor and handprints in the cement but it was extremely touristy as you can imagine and as soon as you had seen it, it was time to go. We then took the bus to Beverley hills and rodeo drive. We looked around the expensive shops and pretended to be Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman for a little while. (Not ...
... 14 later we had 5 packets of fruit-now that's what I call breakfast 10:00am We then hurried back to the hostel to catch our shuttle to knotts berry farm. While waiting we indulged our tastebuds with fresh, juicy pineapple, watermelon, strawberries and mangoes. 10:45am The shuttle finally arrived (right on time in LA perhaps?!?) and we hopped in to find two Brits and two Aussies off to the theme parks as well. Apparently there are more kiwis travelling ...
... one of the team identifying bodies after the Asian Tsunami and the Christchurch earthquake. We had a guy from the Royal Lifeboat Institute in the UK - we had heard his lectures in 2006 on a cruise to the Norweigan fiords and enjoyed him so much that we were happy to hear him again. There was a very entertaining guy who did a series of talks on "science for the unscientific" - he spoke on the tides, Fibonacci's numbers, lasers, ...
... and vaulted ceilings. But what's unique about this church is that the service was very modern. There were televisions on the walls displaying the worship songs and sermon notes as well as a stage with a full worship band. It happened to be the 2nd Sunday of the month so they had lunch afterwards and we got to meet some more of the people that went there (plus free food). We found out about some hiking trails close to us that head up into Angeles National Forest and San ...
... pits! After the morning's adventure, it was time for me to check out and head up to San Jose. One of my brother's friends, who is also named Alex, came to Vegas over the weekend and invited me up. It was an eight hour drive up to San Jose, but seemed doable since I wouldn't be in the middle of the desert for too much longer. So I had some lunch at In 'N Out Burger and headed west. At this point in the story, I'm going to backtrack a little and give a ...