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Friday 21st March 2014
We arrived in Los Angeles about 8 hours before we left Auckland -yes we get two Friday 21st March this year.
For once the UK is ahead of us timewise.
It was a fairly long (over 11 hours) and uneventful flight and it took forever to get through immigration.
We are staying in Downtown LA and wanted to book a tour to take in the tourist sites. Easy? not a chance. We followed the signs for the visitor information ...
... ship at the beginning of this cruise were required to meet at 9:45am in the crew bar area where we would be given our passports and go through immigration. US citizens have never had to do this, because we don't need an I-95. An I-95 is only for every other nationality and is basically a flimsy piece of paper that allows people to go ashore on US soil. US citizens only need to show their laminex cards to go ashore, so I’m not sure why we ...
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... people watching. As I look over the menu, I excitedly spy a favourite beverage, horchata. I order one as I debate between ceviche and coctel del mar.
Coctel del mar won on recommendation by the server. As I enjoy my snack, I feel this contentedness, happiness where I'm at peace with all that is going on. Admiration, gratefulness and thankfulness are all a part of this as well. It's a dream being where I am, doing what I'm doing on this trip, despite my ...
... less people. And a more head on look after the boats cross the line.
Wow, NZ are 2 up already! I think the Cup will be crossing the equator again. Speaking of cups here I am walking down some small path in the village and a golf cart comes out with the cup being held by a guy in white cotton gloves, I ask and he says, "Yes, it is the cup." Hence the very large armed men in the other seats on the cart, and here is me with all phones and ...