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Day of Days After months of planning and a few days of sleepless nights, the world tour begins today. First stop Reykjavik, Iceland by way of Seattle. This will be a life changing experience for me. For the first time in my life I won't have a home to come return to, but that's a story for 6 to 12 months from now. The plan is to travel until $25,000 is gone, or until I decide to ...
... get me to Fox Hill at 5.40 pm. Well, the bus was late leaving and on arrival at the Westfall Culver City Mall (renamed) found that it closes at 7 pm on a Sunday. 10 am - 10 pm all other days for future trips. The Target store closes even later on a Sunday.
It all worked out in the end. At least I now know a bit more about the local bus / metro system now and Westfield Culver City. Yes, a good place to head to on ...
... and lots of thrill rides (the Tower of Terror is an elevator rides that plunges you 6 stories - the screams from that could be heard all over the park) but not much in between stuff. We were lucky enough to see their parade which was quite good and we could also see the fireworks from Disneyland.
We said goodbye to the Disney plaza one last time and then queued up to get out! Another late night but a great day.
... a quick walk down Hollywood. Monsters University called (I wonder if they will let me do a PhD there?) and the kids realised (though will never truly admit) that not every cool ride has to pull enough g's to square a corner in an F18.
We got the World of Colour pass again for last night and whilst we were there we jumped the Grizzly Rapids ride. Who would have thought modelling a ride on an inner tube with an eskie escaping from the ...
... Moritsio picks us up at 6pm. We have lots of luggage. Lots. 13 cases. Moritsio and Oscar manage to squeeze it on except now there's no room for us. So it's unpacked and we get in and luggage is placed around us and on roof. These Prius' aren't meant for this. We take the scenic route which is so much better than the freeway, lovely houses and in 45 minutes we are at LAX. Sad to say goodbye to Moritsio, he's become one of the family. Pay him with a ...
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