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... in his classic Porsche (and yeah it was as cool as it sounds). Could have easily spent a few days in Santa Barbara, amazing scenery, genuine people, and beautiful women (what more can you ask for ha); well worth a visit! I suppose backpacking alone in the US isn't too dissimilar to that in Europe... hostels are still by far the cheapest (unless you have contacts or couch-surf) and best places to meet fellow travellers and locals, however in terms of getting around, ...
... waiting for the plane i read and updated. The flight was called and i got on. It was a 30 minute trip to Los angeles. I got off, got the bus into the terminal, got duty free and waited. I was waiting for a shuttle to take me over to a different terminal – the tom bradly terminal. Soon i was over at the right terminal, got my new ticket printed and found the gate. I then went in search of ...
... in the Galápagos - Whitewater rafting in Baños, Ecuador - Visiting the ruins of Machu Picchu - Swimming with pink dolphins, playing with monkeys, and piranha fishing in the Amazon - Drinking vino (Malbec), eating great steak, and living up the cafe culture in Buenos Aires - Watching Australia almost beat the Netherlands at the World Cup in Porto Alegre, Brazil - Sailing through the San Blas Islands - Volcano-boarding ...
... Crowe, Mick Jagger, Elvis Presleys old house, the one where Michael Jackson died, Dr Phil, Ozzy and Sharon's, and Rod Stewarts, to name a few. A bit of a waste of a couple of hours really, considering there's nothing to see, but it needed to be done. The plan was then to go to a viewing spot to see the Hollywood sign. Unbeknown to us, they do not illuminate it at night in order to prevent gridlocked traffic. So we missed ...
... to the San Andreas faultline. We might as well have been located on Pompeii prior to the infamous volcano that engulfed the entire city. How they carved out housing and roadways in this uneven terrain is beyond me. It made for scenic sights but also a hell of a lot of stress on your joints.
Perhaps I was too deep in reflection because after only thirty minutes of my run, the Hollywood sign was nowhere to be found. Somehow I had descended into a ...
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