8 Week Weight Loss + Travel Diary – 3rd Week (Part 3)

So much happen during that week that it deserves a 3rd post to complete it. Other then being a vacation this was the main reason I was in Miami! Miami World Conference 2016! #MAWC2016 What is it? It’s a convention that updates us, unfranchise owners (entrepreneurs) of what’s the latest trend, products and newest technology that we are going to have for the upcoming year. It’s always a vision to behold.

I arrived at the American Arena at 9 AM. I missed the crowd and my team had already went in but I knew I was going to be embraced with the positive energy when I get in. Plus I was lucky enough to take a picture with this beauty.

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After a very informative morning, it was time for lunch!

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For lunch, I had a chicken caesar salad from the arena and I regret eating it for 3 days because it got me really sick. >_< Tummy ache and um…. bad for the other end of me.

After lunch we came back to see La La Anthony on stage!

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She is anĀ American radio and television personality, New York Times best-selling author, business woman, producer, actress and runs a Motives Cosmetic line for women of color. She was sharing the latest colors and products on her Motives Cosmetic line. They were beautiful!

Then Loren Ridinger and Scotty Pipen came on stage!

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Loren Ridinger is an amazing and down to earth person! She is the creator of Motive Cosmetics, a skincare line, an exquisite jewelry collection, a true entrepreneur and an inspiration! Without her and her husband, JR Ridinger, none of us will here. Next to her is Scotty Pipin! Even though I don’t really watch sports, I do know who he is. He plays basketball and he is one tall guy! He also endorses one of our very powerful supplement for bone and joint support for free!

After a day of listening to inspiring entrepreneurs, I grabbed a quick dinner from Subways to go, another salad, this time a turkey chopped salad.

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We wrapped the night up by sharing our thoughts and awaits for the excitement of the 2nd day.

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New Years Day (Part 1) – Madame Tussauds Wax Museum

SPOILER: This is as if I am giving you an entire tour of the Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. If you plan to go, you might not want to go through the entire blog entry. Very very long one too.

I had a very fun and enjoyable New Years Eve and Day. It was one of the best New Years Eve and Day as of now. I spend my New Years Eve with Wendy, Alina, and Alice at home hot potting and enjoying an old-time movie, The Tuxedo. We talked and ate and had a full and wonderful night. It was a very uneventful evening but it was a lot of fun to just hang out and chill like old times. They even slept over like old times.

New Years Day was very eventful, unlike New Years Eve. I met up with Amanda and Jessica at around 11am and ate a quick breakfast. Afterward we started on our long day of events. First off, we went to visit the MADAME TUSSAUDS WAX MUSEUM.

We start off the tour of Madame Tussauds Wax Museum with a very famous television host, Oprah Winfrey.

We took turns taking pictures of each other with the celebrities. Most of the time I was posing just like the wax statues. We took almost 200 photos.

Then we met up with Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. I really don’t think Brad Pitt is that handsome. I saw a lot of guys hanging all over Angelina Jolie’s wax figure and ignoring Brad Pitt’s. lol

I love the pictures we took with Jim Carrey! I love the pose we did! ^.^ It’s my favorite photo!

I never thought Amanda would be the same height as Jennifer Aniston. I like her movies.

Uh hmm… On a date with Johnny Depp and Leonardo DiCaprio. lol Though, Leonardo ain’t cute anymore. He was so cute and dreamy in Titanic.

I think they did a horrible job on Jennifer Lopez. It really does not look like her. One of the worst wax figures.

So comfortable sitting in Julia Roberts’ chair.

After seeing Miley Cyrus, I wish I went to her concert in November 2009. I could have been really jamming to her music.

Laughing along with Marilyn Monroe in her poster.

Benjamin Franklin and President Andrew Jackson should really smile. They don’t need to be so serious.

If I remember correctly this should be Madame Tussauds. There was another smaller and older statue of her on the other side. She was just gently laying her hat on my head.

Pointing at the bad President George W Bush. He should have done his job as President well.

Hillary, Bill Clinton and Amanda waving at us, to the proud citizens of USA.

Princess Diana looks nice in her long red dress and heels.

Mirror images pose of me and the weird scientist, Albert Einstein.

Jessica raising the flag with the firefighters. Long live America!

President Barack Obama and I enjoying the view from the Oval Office.

We are on our way to the Pop Stars section downstairs.

Jessica is chilling with the young version of Madonna.

Jessica playing the drums with the Jonas Brothers.

Go Go Girls power with Lindsay Lohen.

Singing with Jessica Simpson at the wax museum! ^.^ I love her pose and she is one of the prettiest and most realistic wax statue.

Grring with tall and skinny, Dracula. I am going to get you!

Amanda enjoying a boxing match with heavyweight boxer, Muhammad Ali.

Marilyn Monroe‘s dress is so shiny, pretty and bright red. She really got curves.

Amanda is getting cooking tips from Lucille Ball from I Love Lucy.

Landing on the moon with astronauts, Neil Alden Armstrong and Edwin Eugene ‘Buzz’ Aldrin, Jr.

Look! I’m stealing one of Mark Spitz gold medal! lol He had 7, he can spare me one.

Getting friendly with NSYNC.

Amanda and I enjoying ourself on the American Idol stage.

Hanging out with Amelia Earhart, Napoleon, and Abraham Lincoln from Night At The Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian.

Wow. Yao Ming is a walking giant (This is base on his real size). Jessica, you sure you can grab the basketball from him? lol

Argg! Help! The Hulk got us!

Not to worry! Superman is here to save you!

Annnnddd, the award goes to Donna Wong!!!

To end this visit to Madame Mussaud’s Wax Museum we saw a Wall of Hands.
-all photos credited to Amanda’s camera