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Travel Blogs from San Clemente
... Visual and Performing Arts in Europe
-GERM 101 (again............ I mean, oh joy!!)
-a Creative writing class
-a PE class in which I log my hours of working out
... free tickets provided by her work for volunteering during the Disney Half Marathon back in July when we filled and handed out cups of water to the passing marathon runners. That was an experience we won't forget and a fun one! Plus it got us free tickets to Disney and who can beat that especially since they are almost a hundred a head.
We also got kidnapped by Michelle one night to drive around and look at Christmas lights. It was weird with ...
Well, today is finally here. The day I leave the U.S. and everything and everyone I know for an adventure of a life time. I would be lying if I said I wasn't nervous and maybe a little scared, but I know that those feelings will go away as soon as I step off the plane....in 2 days.
Last week we had a going away party for me at my Nana's house and I got to see my family and friends one more time before I left. I was given a lot of advice and ...
... went off to college, but the parents seemed happy to let me stay.
I've been eating good food, cruising a bike down my the beach, and today tried surfing for the first time!
I am truly blessed to find myself in situations like this! There are many truly good people out there!
Can't wait to go surfing tommorow!
Oh and probably hike to the Hollywood sign!
Song of the day
Stone cold Steve Austin- Blackbear, ft mod ...
... lunch was enjoyed at Sarduccis which was originally the old station. For train enthusiasts it is now surrounded by glass alongside the track and so refreshments can be taken whilst watching the trains go by. The quality of food was amazing. Returning back to San Clemente in time to shower and catch the famous sunset. Surfers were in abundance ...