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... was our chosen transport. Thankfully by this time of night the bus was nearly empty which was a bonus as our suit cases took up a seat each. I think the bus driver felt quite sorry for the tired weary Aussies and dropped us between bus stops so we had a shorter walk to the Comfort Inn which we are calling home for the next 4 nights.
A swim, dinner and a good nights sleep was in order as it had been 30hrs since we left ...
... in the marines, but that meant he spent less time flying. Vin doesn't accept the things he can change, so he quit and became an airline pilot. Now he plays golf and shepherds bikers around the states. He'll do 4 trips this year. That's good, but 5 is ideal.
He is our leader. We are about to storm the desert and Norman is in ...
... the park, we queued through security (no sharp weapons in one's swimming trunks!!), queued for the rides, queued for the rings, we queued for the loo, we queued for food, we queued for drinks, at times I think we just queued for the hell of it!!
Jonathan went on a few of the thrill-seeking, wedgie-giving rides, whilst Emma, Megan and Ben enjoyed the lazy river and wave pool. By 2pm the place was heaving with the lazy river no longer lazy, more gridlocked ...
Tuesday, May 26 we are having supper at Rusty's Surf Ranch, on the Pier at Santa Monica, California. Never mind that we flew 12.5 hours and 11,000+ km in the intervening time. Yes we are officially winding down our adventure down under. It has been a wonderful time and we had some great experiences, met many people some of ...
... with him, by all means, I totally would have, but I was completely content with just sitting back and focusing on what kind of topping to add to my ice cream creation. So that was yesterday.
Today we went to Grace Community Church for the first time. It was quite the experience. The message was great, and John MacArthur knows what he's talking about, but what made the experience was the size of the church. It was huge! It was my first time at a ...