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... in, lbit of rest, then walked back in time to board the bus (it was a one hour stop for sightseeing). Area is a bit grotty, but not terrible.
Bus then went to mid-town area and we had lunch in a big farmers market. Josefina and I walked fast after lunch to try and see the La Brea tar pits, but by the time we reached it, it was time to head back, so we saw no tar, no mammoths, nada.
Back on bus down Sunset Boulevard, and then saw Rodeo Drive; not really ...
... 8217;s Palace to watch the much-anticipated fireworks. In the whole of our travels, we’ve never had a reason to have a cross word with any other travellers, until we got stood next to an English Family at the fireworks… we won’t go into the detail, suffice to say that the ensuing argument was actually the most exciting thing that happened that night as the fireworks were really disappointing! We’ve seen better at the Spartans ground in Blyth! There were ...
Welcome to the "Going Ape: Robert & Haley,
Father-Daughter 21 Day SE Asian Adventure" Travel blog. Haley and I leave late Wednesday night, July 1st, on our big trip -- one that has been in the works for just over a year.
This idea of traveling alone with one child at a time began in 2013, when Bobby & I went for 18 days all over SE Asia as a Father-Son journey. We returned with ...
... cramped part of the plane. We were able to reserve bulkhead seating, but they didn't give it to us. We lived. I was able to sleep about 5 hours on this flight which is more than usual. There were some good television documentaries from Australian TV to watch. A good TV serious about the Agony of Living. I want to see more of these episodes on YouTube when I get home.
We fly through the night....