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... Which this guy won *sniffs in accomplishment*), FIFA video game, Pandemic the board game, and watching Nick play a scary game. It was truly a great Easter and was a lot of fun.
Today: Today I woke up and I seemed to have misplaced my voice. If anyone finds it please return it to me...it's not yours. If anyone has taken it, let them hear this:
I don't know who you are. I don't know what you want. If you are ...
... and watched some of the skaters who were incredible. We got a cheap "taxi" to the airport after dinner. We say taxi but it was actually a car booked through the company Uber. We haven't used the company before but it's like a very cheap taxi service which you book through an App on your phone. We are currently waiting to board our flight and have just spend the rest of our dollars on a great pizza. There are calls going out over the speaker for ...
... his barely a vest vest! But it turned out to be a cool quirky place, with cool graffiti everywhere, school drop outs skate boarding (pretty darn well) and beaches that were endless. There were a few rather odd characters scattered around but it turns out that they are all over LA as with most cities. After a stroll we were back on the road to Malibu, driving along ...
... was being in a different area or perhaps they have changed.
Pick up an annual pass for the national parks if you're going to be visiting a few, it costs $80, each park can cost upto $20 so it soon makes a saving.
Do a ranger led tour at Carlsbad Caverns, definitely worth the extra money, especially for those that are a bit adventurous! Go back for the bat flight if you're there at the right time of year.
... by an old Art Deco building, we had to vear off the beaten track, to the old police station's car park. The old police station was the Art Deco building, but had only been in use from 1929 - 1970. It was now an art exhibition called SPARC, which had some spectacular artistic murals painted along the walls of the building and car park. We must have looked a right pair of down and outs rummaging about by the bins placed along the car park. It was looking like it ...