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... plane. It was really hot today and we had to walk alot with our suit cases because we coundnt find our hotel. It is 35c and the lines where really long and i was happy to sit down and have a cold drink. We went to sleep at 2:00 in afternoon then we woke up around 4:00. Cant wait for ...
... I told Skyler that I would take the lone seat on the Air Tahiti Nui flight -- so Skyler could sit with his family. The flight was quick, and it is now 10:00p.m., as we wait in the lounge for our boarding for Air Tahiti Nui at 11:00p.m. I am going to stop writing for now, and pick up our trip to Bora Bora on the next flight, which leaves Los Angeles in a little over an hour. Until then..... you take a cat nap -- and I will be back in a few ...
Finally landed! I has been a very long day.
I arrived in Los Angeles airport at 8.00 pm last night. Marked picked me up from the airport.
Changing flights was a bit stressful but it all worked out.
Luckily I had a very nice seat mate and I didn't ...
... visit to St Louis ...630 feet tall,awe inspiring and towering over the river and inner city, completed as a symbol of the gateway to the West and freedom for the pioneers. "where we claustrophic?, could we take heights?"; all part of the drill for entry including strict security as we climbed into what resembled a small water tank that loaded 4 bodies tightly as we rode the "pod" up inside the interior of the Arch to the ...
... long-boarded for a bit while Max drove behind us. It was so cool! And yes we got video of that too.
Once we came to Yucca Valley, on the northwest corner of Joshua Tree National Park, it suddenly hit us. We were in Southern California. Traffic increased, and we were no longer the only ones on the road. Houses started popping up everywhere and we stopped at a Del Taco for lunch. From there we took Interstate 210 ...