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... needed to obtain a duplicate.
But I have my passport, my visa, my plane tickets, and travel voucher. I have been to my doctor to get prescriptions for malaria and antibiotics (malaria because I will be on the Yangtze River). I have started building the piles of must takes, and checking off my travel database.
This is getting real! I will post updates as often as possible. See you in China.
... friend of a friend who could set us up with a table in a night club. She was super excited as this is allegedly had circ du soleil performers hanging from the ceiling. We figured we would give it a crack but we didn't know what to expect.
We arrived to a table service table with 2 bottles of spirits in the upper level of a massive club that had a massive line up. We got to skip the line. The club, called Light nightclub was EPIC. And I mean ...
... on a very lucky table and made friends with these two older gentlemen. They were here for an electrician convention. He must be very well off as he was doing $1200 bets.
While we were still in Perth we had organised a VIP night out with a hostess to take us into clubs and skip queue's for Louise's belated birthday present. We met our hostess Leanne at 9:30pm in our hotel and headed off to The Bank at the Bellagio Hotel. It was still closed so she gave ...
... ride, I went on it and screamed my whole way through it. New York, New York!
On Christmas Day, we hunted for a traditional roast dinner but of course, to no avail. My Uncle who lives in California had ventured up to see us and was staying in the Bellagio, so he recommended eating Christmas dinner there. A 50 buck pizza was just the right sentiment to remind me it was definitely, an alternative Christmas.
When someone asks ...
... we found the famous Las Vegas sign. Parked in the emergency lane to run over for a picture.
For our final meal, we ate at the Golden Steer. This is the oldest steak house in Vegas. It is still family owned. In the past it was frequented by famous mobsters, Joe Dimaggio would bring Marilyn Monroe there. It was extremely pricey.
We did go into the worlds largest and oldest souvenir shop. Did not find anything we wanted.
There were tortoises in fenced in ...
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