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My daughter Nancy Lee and I have come to Desert Hot Springs for a three-day mini-vacation.
Today we visited Tahquitz Canyon, one of four canyons adjacent to Palm Springs that belong to the Agua Caliente Cahuilla Indians. We opted for a guided hike of the canyon with William, ...
... onto the Victor Trail. We assumed we had missed the entrance to this as we felt like we had walked at least 2 if not 3 miles but it had actually only been 1. It was so hot and meandering it felt like so much further. The Victor Trail is a 2 mile hike up on the mountain ridge through really barren desert with lots of cacti and great views but it was so exposed. We were melting and it became really tough going by the end as it hit the 90s. It was also terrifying ...
... started to fall off so we bought some super glue as we were on the back patio having a smoke fixing her sandals she put a little to much glue on her sandal and it leaked onto her pants and then went onto her leg, well the glue dried and the sandal got stuck on her pants leg and the pants leg got stuck on her leg quite a funny moment so now she is called scar leg. We went to one of the casinos for dinner it ...
... a room in Las Vegas are as big as not finding any in the RLD. First night we stayed at the Mirage and the next two nights at the Mandarin Oriental. What a crazy bunch of people you find here, fantastic to watch Americans go nuts. Gambling was great fun, we won at roulette, but then the croupier ripped us off in a moment of euphoria. Appreciatively the floor manager saw to it that we got paid out in the end. We lost it all ...
Leaving about 50kg's of old favourites and much worn clothes winging it's way
back to the Paca in Guatemala we headed to the much acclaimed Palm
Springs Air Museum.
What a place – we started off
wandering around all the recently retired navy and airforce fighter
jets with the top gun music being sung at full decibels, before
heading inside. The tour through and around some of the existing