Vegas was actually a great time. Went real hard on Monday and went into a club to do some silent disco, found out it was open bar, and went down to see the Cash Cash perform live. With only 2 hours of sleep I enjoyed Tuesday practically just sitting in the yard of the hostel except for the $4 buffet I scored down the road. Spent all day making some great friends - Taz from Boston who writes boxing articles for Examiner, Amian from Holland who's a traveling soul that has been here for months and was really looking forward to being here for elections, and the many others that rotate the lot (forgetting names and backgrounds,lol). We talked American and world history, the elections, political corruption, artificial intelligence, existential questions galore, etc. We really went hard with conversation and I have no qualms about just spending the day talking to them. We were all very happy to see marijuana get passed in so many states including the one we are in, Nevada! Today I will get ready and actually, I'd never thought I'd say this, sadly leave Vegas. This hostel is like a little family of sorts, its incredible; I would choose a hostel over a hotel any day of the week. Today I'll head towards Sedona passing both Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam on the way. Excited to experience these "energy vortexes" in the Sedona area that I have heard so much about. Included a picture of the table that you can find nice people to sit and talk with at any hour of day, and by night fills with people ready to get their party on and have a good time. Hostel Cat, you will truly be missed.