Sportsman's Royal Manor
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... horrify a lot of people but made sense to us, we went to a timeshare presentation! Yes it was horribly long, but we had time, just no money! And far from boring, it was actually quite fascinating, to watch American salespeople in action. We still thought it was a stupid concept from start to finish but they were real pros and had those crazy American voiceover voices, they were like panto characters! Once we got through the morning we were rewarded with two tickets to ...
... bed to lie on. I am really looking forward to getting to San Francisco so I can get rid of some of my camping clothing and sleeping bag to lighten the load a bit. I also can't wait to do laundry! It's the little things I guess. I am still struggling to comprehend that this is just the start of my 3 month trip. It's quite overwhelming to think about anything beyond this week. I'm looking forward to having a week of time on my own I think. I find ...
... hotels and then homeless people dotted about wandering through it. The lights and the atmosphere are pretty special and it does feel a bit like you're in Diamonds are Forever.
We just soaked in the atmosphere before returning to sleep and prepare for our 5am start to visit some hole in the ground the next day.
... literally like eating pure sugar and I could feel my teeth rotting as I ate. I even decided to go against all protocol and share with Anna for I couldn't manage it alone.
We left the restaurant feeling full and slightly light headed. Not a cloud stood in the blue skies and the sun was hot and fearsome. The time had come to visit the old town so we crossed the road and entered into its ancient realms. Immediately I was reminded of a spaghetti western for it was like ...
2for1 Breakfast at the hotel today, actually I enjoyed it much better than yesterday's huge buffet selection as it was all cooked fresh. Hour or so drive to Hoover Dam another $100 (everything seems to cost that for us lot), Peter & I actually did this on one of our first visits but of course we've forgotten most of it - it's good for the children though and of course the sheer size of it is always so impressive. Didn't hang around Lake Mead as so hot and we wanted to go back to ...