Las Vegas, Day 2

A big night out deserves a big sleep in, so that’s just what we did. 

We then found the tacos place where we had lunch from the day before and had Mexican eggs… They were pretty average to be honest. 

Pool party time! 

Holy shitballs. Nothing could have prepared me for how freaking cool these things are!!! 

We had guest list for Encore Beachclub, so we skipped the line and payment. I was blown away by what it was like inside!! People everywhere, drinking, swimming, dancing, partying. 

What was incredibly cool was that everyone embraced their bodies. There were all body types and sizes there and everyone was confident and happy in the sunshine. All be girls have makeup on and heels, all looking amazing. 

They had a fantastic bag check system. All your valuables go in a sealed bag, that’s then put in a bag with your other bags and a plastic wristlet (like what you get for festivals) is attached to you and only cut off once you have all your items back. Was liberating not to have our bags and phones and swim when we pleased, not worrying about the security of our items. 

Drinks weren’t cheap, Bud beer was $12 (in an awesome aluminium bottle – why don’t Aus do this?) and vodkas were $20 plus tip. In saying that, one vodka was more like 3 due to free pour! It was hectic. I had a blast. 

Tommy Trash DJd the set most of the day, everyone just went crazy. There’s 4 big parts to the pool and the whole place is surrounded by cabanas and private areas across two levels. How I wished I was VIP there! 

The sun was streaming down on us but we weren’t burnt at all.

We went for burgers (blue cheese for me) and garlic chips and I walked home while the girls stayed on for more drinks – I’d had more than enough! I took an hour nap which turned into 10 hours sleep! The girls came home from the pub and crashed so that was our last night in Vegas.


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