Motel 6 Simi Valley
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... s signature incense. Buying the odd little souvenir to remind us of our time here, easily walking half way along this whole beachfront stretch. Being midday, we grabbed a couple of frozen lemonades & a slice of pizza to share and headed for the beach for a bit to slob out like Wayne & Waynetta. It was so relaxing to just sit and do nothing for a welcome change, watching the waves crash in and those attempting it out on the waves getting dumped. Even the beaches ...
... Studios, my favourites were: Revenge of the Mummy and Transformers The Ride 3D. Firstly, Revenge of the Mummy was by far the scariest ride. It was incredibly fast, had drops, rotations and went backwards. Of the three times I experienced it, the first time my eyes were closed and the other two I screamed the whole way! Transformers the ride was also fantastic and is one of the most realistic simulators I've ever been on, each explosion caused a blast of heat and you ...
... in search of something to eat, which I found, but I was enjoying the sights so I continued walking, not caring about where I was going because I knew there were plenty of cabs to get me back to the hotel if I happened to get lost. I walked a good six miles or so before stumbling on the Hollywood walk of fame. Hmmm, this was pretty cool. I took a few pics and headed back to the room for the night. It was an eventful day after all.
Until next time.
... continue on to Macao and Hong Kong for the next few days. Shortly after, I will be meeting Stephanie in Bangkok where we will be taking a short flight to Chiang Mai to stay at an elephant sanctuary. From there it is back to Bangkok to meet Lisa and fly to the recently opened country of Myanmar (Burma) to see the incredible temples of Bagan. From there, we will head back to Bangkok to then take the train ...
... chat along the way. Seating is often tight, and you have another chance for conversation waiting for the speakers to make their way through the crowds for the panel.
Remarkably, despite the crowds, it's quite common to bump into the same people throughout the 3 days. The sessions are streamed by focus (economics, philanthropy, health, education, etc), drawing regulars to areas of common interest.
It was a privilege this year to be part insider. I ...