Motel 6 Buena Park
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... that is sharper than a tack. She may forget her lines (she wasn't alone) but she's got the stuff that magic is born of and keeps the audience in the palm of her hand. What a fun experience that was. Worth all the waiting, the lines and the security!
The line of the day came at the final scene as they were preparing to re-shoot it a second time. They are on the couch and chairs in the living room, each with a glass of red wine. Yep, real red ...
... in the Galápagos - Whitewater rafting in Baños, Ecuador - Visiting the ruins of Machu Picchu - Swimming with pink dolphins, playing with monkeys, and piranha fishing in the Amazon - Drinking vino (Malbec), eating great steak, and living up the cafe culture in Buenos Aires - Watching Australia almost beat the Netherlands at the World Cup in Porto Alegre, Brazil - Sailing through the San Blas Islands - Volcano-boarding ...
... time, we had an emotional predrinks reliving amazing moments of our adventures and ended the night dancing away in Club Zanzibar and drinking far too much tequila. Always a good idea... at the time! Emma: Our final morning was a blur of mixed emotions ranging from excitement at the prospect of soon being reunited with our families and sadness that our once in a lifetime trip was coming to an end. We did however manage to squeeze in a lovely brunch with Emily and Mollie, ...
... and I think cured the jet lag! Boys had drinks in flashing cups that have a Bubba Gump light up torch underneath! And we get to take them home! We get grilled about the movie Forrest Gump by our waitress while the food was being delivered - Micah managing to get the most right answers despite never seeing the movie! Go figure!! collapsed into bed - yep still 22/3!!!! Anyway that was yesterday! On to today's adventure - Disneyland!!! If I can only wait for all the boys to wake ...
... to speak to one of these Grey Nomads and realise that the amount of travelling we had been doing in Australia was nothing compared to them.
From Lake Macquarie we drove down to Sydney and were fortunate enough to spend more time with friends we haven't seen in many years. We were staying with Patrick & Ellie and their two children Harvey & Tom. Our first evening in Sydney we had dinner at Dinner Patrick & Ellie's house and Patrick's parents Mike & ...