Tuesday, December 12, 2006

L.A. Traffic Was Biggest Challenge Post ‘Amazing Race’

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – After spending five weeks racing around the world, Amazing Race rejects Rob Diaz and Kimberly Chabolla say they could take on any challenge – except L.A. traffic.

The couple, who came in second place, admit they had no problem scaling walls in Vietnam and eating camel meat in Morocco but learning not to be “stressed out 24/7” was harder then they thought once they returned home.

Says Chabolla: “It was hard to get out of race mode. We would be arguing all the time when we first got back from the race – mainly about L.A. traffic and whether we needed to turn left or right.”

Adds Diaz: “The arguing was way more heightened and dramatic then it needed to be.”

The two admit they’re bummed they didn’t win the million dollars, but both agree the show has made their relationship stronger – even with all the obstacles it presented.

As Chabolla puts it, “We didn’t win the million but we are happy with the results of the show – we made it to the finish line and that’s what we said we would do.”

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