Highland Inn Motel
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... I was a little disappointed with their topping options. Haven't they seen the topping bar at Orange Leaf? No peanut butter cup pieces? C'mon.
Half of the group went to bed, and then Mom, Auntie Brenda, Justin, Owen, Grampa and I decided it was time to take on the High Roller, the biggest observation wheel in the world. This thing was huge. Mom and I got strawberry daiquiris at the bar on the way up. We needed a little liquid courage. Not really, ...
... walking through (fat boy slim was first off incidentally). Initially it was just those with hand luggage but as we reached minute twenty the suitcases starting pouring through. Still no sign after forty minutes and when the flight crew then came walking past I realised what a fool i'd been to assume there would be no issues. Probably some inappropriate banter from either one of them at immigration. I decided at that point that I'd have gladly waited a further three hours if ...
... cards we bought each other the same one! The dad’s treated us to breakfast as an anniversary gift and so with full bellies it was time for us Smith’s to get back on the road to our next destination.
Of course it was hard to say goodbye to Dad and Sue but it was worth it to have had the most fabulous, funny and quality time together. A real family blast in the one and only Las Vegas!
ALL 5 OF US! ...
... out the dryer being used to fan you gently as the sun shines down on you. No sweat, no suffocating, just heat radiating punctuated by periods of lovely breezes.
The outlets were just outlets. The guys bought a couple of button-downs for our anticipated night on the town. We all picked up some cheap Vegas souvenirs. We headed back to Tahiti where we scooped up Team B, caught a shuttle, and headed to the ...
... nothing to do but drinking, shooting and whoring. We drove on roads as straight as a ruler, which faded into the distance for hours and hours today, our trusty Jeep chewing up the miles in the 30 degree heat without a complaint. Along the way we passed area 51, a military base testing a drone the size of a commercial airplane, which swooped and soared down to the landing strip and then up the side of a mountain, more like a bird than a place. We zoomed past the ‘no hitching ...