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Decide to go back through security to my next gate. One of several hundred "security guards" asked me if I had any lotions. Yep! A 1 oz. hand lotion in my purse. Got to be in a baggie. Don't have one. You can get one at the same 7-11. Okie-dokie. Head back. Guy reaches under the counter and hands me one of the thinnest baggies I've ever seen, and says One Dollar US. What, I'm speaking Spanish with a pretty darn good accent. What was the clue? North Face Backpack he ...
... would not stop me from taking Terri's class in the evening. Back in the hostel I hang out with a few of the guys. We had a good chat and couldn't stop annoying Cameron, just for fun because secretly he loved it. The guys went out with a big group, but I felt super tired and as we were going out tomorrow I passed for tonight and had a good night sleep, as far as possible with all my annoying mosquito bites or LA flies or whatever.
I woke up around nine on friday morning ...
... as well, but well, it's hard to stop people from traveling. For many it's the highlight of the year :)
But another thing that HAS to be mentioned now: I only watched two movies and sorted through pictures for a while to clear up space on my memory card. And then I SLEPT! I think I slept for over 2h, which is super unusual for me. Usually I NEVER EVER sleep in planes. This was a first :)
We landed about an hour late at LAX, but had to be pulled into ...
... paleontologists back in 1907. Prior the Indians and early settlers used the tar for buildings etc. Very interesting place.
Next day and an early start for Hollywood. The Hollywood Highland building is the first stop for the tourist tour of the area, trolley bus style with a witty guide, full of trivia and anecdotes that kept us amused for an hour. The streets were starting to come alive with strange dudes in costumes of super heroes, other ...
... interesting and once again its fun and amazing who you meet on planes. I swear he was a mobster before we started chatting to him as he pulled out these two huge wads of cash along with his 2 phones and an iPad. We spoke to him for the full hour flight and were a little sad to land and say bye. He owns his own company and sells software to the agriculture industry. He has two offices in America (San Fran & LA) and has clients all over the world. He was a stanford graduate ...