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... the US yet but I am assuming that it's like that in a lot of cities.
a boy told me last night at the beer drinking thing with the hostel that he thought the Aussie accent was really hot!! Haha he was not not bit then I tried to explain that I think it's sounds "bogan" or "feral" he was American so had no idea what I was trying to say haha, my first experience with the language barrier, I ended up explaining that it's not a classy accent ...
... of fireworks; we were between the swimming beach and pier 39 and also had a view across the bay. The fog put a bit of a damper on the fire works but they were still spectacular with some interesting designs.
A long cold walk back up hill to our hotel finished a rather full day of sight seeing. A good night's rest before tomorrow's last minute shopping and packing before our flight in the afternoon.
... br> Tonight we are camped at Mammoth lakes, it's beautiful here. We are still at around 7500ft. It is nestled in the woods and there are signs everywhere warning us about bears an not to leave food in cars. It reminds me a lot of the summer vacation towns you see families go to in the movies.
Tomorrow we start descending down towards Death Valley to kick off the hottest part of the trip! (Thankfully it will be dry heat instead of the 90% humidity in New Orleans!)
... a local cafe. We continued on to Page on Route 89. On the way we had a tough decision to make – whether to visit Zion national park or not. In the end we decided to pass Zion as we gave higher priority to Grand Canyon and Yosemite. We continued on our way and as we started to approach Page in the evening, we came across numerous red coloured hills that were created by red sand compressed millions of years ago. We could see each layer of sandstone in its compressed form. ...
... 000 feet up of winding mountain roads, and arrived at 2 view points, one facing away from the valley across the Sierra Nevada mountain range and the other across the valley we were in yesterday. Nothing (not even my brilliant camera skills) can describe these views. In a second, anything you consider important or urgent vanishes and you are struck dumb (and prone ...