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... headed uptown for dinner we were greeted with a spectacular sunset over the Ocean and then the lights of the Santa Monica pier while we ate. We sat in the restaurant and toasted Ann for organising a great holiday and prepared for tomorrow, our last day in the good ole USA? Nick meanwhile got a pleasant surprise a female waitress finally showing an interest, add that to the couple of grannies walking their dogs down the beach and things might just be finally looking up for ...
... the schlapper behind the bar was useless and we walked out. We put our drying on and headed out for something to eat. We went up the street before deciding to go to the local supermarket and bought over a pound of chicken pieces and a dozen Heineken. Andrew bought some sushi as well and I bought some cheesy poofs. We wandered back and got stuck in while watching the movie Red 2. We folded our drying and relaxed in our room watching some Big Bang Theory and the movie Tower ...
... Thankfully they granted us till 12 and we got out in time. Just!
The shuttle to the airport arrived in plenty of time and we were checked in and at Burger King with about 1.5 hours to spare. It was 40 minutes till boarding time when we heard our plane was delayed by an hour and we wouldn't be leaving till 6:14. The wait didn't bother us - waiting is so much easier with another person!
The flight was short and painless - quite fun with Nomes to be silly with! We ...
... scary people everywhere! Just use your common sense (keep
important/expensive stuff on you or safely locked away , don't walk
down a back street in the dark on you own etc) and also approach
people yourself to ask for help rather than accept that offered by a
stranger if you can (mostly in India). It is not often unsafe, just a
major rip off...you are a tourist therefore you have money. Knowledge
is your best form of defence and acceptance your best form ...
... are cheaper than Australia, some aren't. You definitely get a heck of a lot more bargains here though!! I saw a special of getting Colgate Toothpaste - 10 for $10. Shampoo and conditioner at certain shops are sometimes even half the price that I pay in Australia. And if you are a Ben and Jerry's ice cream lover like I am, you will be happy to know that one of the big tubs of it over here is only $4.49!!! Correct me if I'm wrong but we normally pay ...