Riviera Oaks Resorts
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... I'm pretty stoked. I couldn't think of a better person to be travelling with as well, shawns such a mellow easy going guy. But yeah it's been a good month. I've met people from bas country irmaya and amaia, from Australia Paul, Charlie, Myles, James from America Briton, jenowyn, Shane, Megan, dave, Spain Pablo, uk cina, Germany lilli and I'm sure other places too. Each unique in their own way and culture. Sure most I won't see again but the good ones I know I ...
... But we didn't go on the tour that we talked about so that is all I know. It's basically a strip if restaurants, shops, bars and clubs that is all lit up and open really late. We started off with dinner from an American Sports Bar type place, tv's on every wall playing all sorts of sports, $3 beers, cocktails for the ladies and lots of American food choices. Aaron and I chose to have the full rack of baby back ribs, shared of course. It was huge. I ...
... pool, gym, beach and boat hire. There was also an outdoor stage and a tribute band playing.
We ended the day by having a campfire with the two tour groups together, the adults drinking beer / wine and the kids setting fire to marshmallows. As we are just across the lake from SeaWorld we could also watch the fireworks from the campsite beach if we wanted.
All in all a really good start to the tour.
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... the fields seemed to stretch to the far off mountains, this was an area that was at or below sea level. After a pleasant drive through the valley we were faced with the mountains, where we went from the sea level valley floor to an elevation of 4,140 ft. in a continual climb up the mountain side, with a large part of the climb at a 6% grade. Upon arriving at the top we took a break for lunch and to let the engine ...