Las Vegas, otherwise known as the sin city. In 2014, I wrote on Twitter that I would like to visit this city, and in 2015 it happened to my surprise. It was actually a last minute thing as my parents had a wedding in Las Vegas and they wanted me and my siblings to meet them there.
Las Vegas was more like a fantasy dream coming to life. This is definitely a place to have a vacation for one week and go back to your abode.
We got to stay at the Wynn Hotel as seen in Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2. Wynn is actually one of the most luxurious hotels in Las Vegas - the venue is known for its DJ's, casino, chandeliers, shows, and nightlife. In terms of price, I would say it's $$. The hotel is neat, food is great, and their shows are on point.
I stayed for 3 days, but I did more than I could ever imagine. I went for a wedding, I went to Penn and Teller magic show, I went to adventuredome, I went to Le Reve, and finally skydiving.
The wedding: The wedding, which was the sole purpose of me and my family visiting Las Vegas was a blast. I don't go for wedding that much to be honest and this wedding just made me remember how important it is to have a union with that one person. It creates a sense of identity to me because you finally know who you're and who you would like to share your life journey with. Of course, this will come with a sense of responsibility, that is why you have a mutual bond and respect with your significant other to play his/her role in that union. Like I would say, anyone can get married, but can you grow/develop in that marriage? Endure that marriage? And be happy in that marriage? I wish the couple a happy married life and congrats on their child. So happy :)
Penn and Teller Show: For those who don't know, Penn and Teller are magicians and comedians. I feel their live show is intended to educate people on how to expose certain criteria of how a magic is done, but the truth is even after they show you, you will still have questions. It's like I have been watching them on YouTube forever and then I finally get to meet them. I didn't just get to meet them, I also took a picture with Raymond Joseph Teller. No way!
Adventuredome: I wouldn't lie, I felt I had kinda overgrown the rides. I didn't do anything. I just looked round, but still had fun.
Le Reve - The Dream: This was the highlight of my trip. This is an aquatic show, meaning the show involves a pool. I never felt this excited before. It's not something I can explain, you have to experience it yourself.
Skydiving: I don't know why this was on my bucket list. It's just something I have always wanted to do, maybe I wanted to do this to overcome my fear of height. Why I chose to skydive in Las Vegas is something I don't know. Anyways, I did it and I didn't die. I loved the fact that it felt like I was floating in the air and didn't feel like I was free falling. To be honest, everyone should try this, it's not that scary.
I did other things like catching up with family, family friends, lunch, being invited to Los Angelos. Let's just conclude, I had fun and possibly more than I bargained for. Do I see myself going back there for vacation? Yes! Yes! and Yes!